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United Kingdom Disclosure of Transfers of Values
Servier is an independent research foundation with no shareholders and as such revenue from the sale of our medicines is directly invested back into the research and development of our future treatments.
Servier is proud to work with UK Healthcare Professionals (Doctors, Nurses, and Pharmacists) to help patients get the life enhancing medicines they need and fully support a transparent culture. Such collaborations are recognition of the world class medical expertise we have available in this country and facilitate the sharing of best practice across the UK and around the world. As a global company, we see this as part of our ethical responsibility.
The advice we receive from clinical experts ensures that our medicines of today and tomorrow truly meet the needs of patients. The disclosure of transfers of values to Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) and Healthcare Organisations (HCOs) is part of the transparency initiative developed by the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) and the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI). Servier adheres and fully supports the objectives promoted through this self-regulatory initiative and believes the outcome of this publication will contribute to a better insight into our interactions.
The ABPI provides additional information on the publication principles followed by pharmaceutical companies operating in the UK.
Servier UK’s transfers of values (payments to HCPs) is available here.
This publication has been prepared in accordance with the United Kingdom’s methodological note and the requirements of the ABPI Code. The interactions listed in this document include all transfers of values made from 1st January 2015 to 31st December 2015 by all companies of the Servier Group, locally or from foreign countries to HCPs and HCOs in the UK.
If you are a healthcare professional with an enquiry regarding a payment you have received from Servier, or your details in the database, please email datamanagementUK@servier.com
If you would like to contact Servier Laboratories Ltd (UK), or to find more information on the publication made by Servier in other countries please use the appropriate link below:
UK14WEB0013b(1)a DoP: June 2016