EFPIA Disclosure (Transparency) Code

Grünenthal's commitment to the EFPIA Disclosure (Transparency) code

Grünenthal is a member of the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) and supports the new EFPIA Disclosure (Transparency) code of conduct.

As a member of EFPIA we are fully committed to publish our collaboration with healthcare professionals (HCPs) and healthcare organizations (HCOs) to demonstrate that we interact with HCPs and HCOs in an ethical and transparent way.

Starting in 2015 all transfers of value to HCPs and HCOs are collected and reported in 2016 – and every subsequent year thereafter. This includes,

  • Grants and donations to HCO´s
  •  Speaker and consultancy fees for HCP´s
  •  Sponsoring of events organized by or on behalf of HCO´s
  •  Invitation of HCPs to congresses and educational or scientific meetings
  • Research and development related transfers of value (only as aggregated report)

Please visit the EFPIA website: http://transparency.efpia.eu to receive further information about the new EFPIA Transparency Code.

The proposed EFPIA format for the disclosure report is used by the local pharma associations in Europe which are direct members of EFPIA. The report defines the different categories and how to disclose transfer of values to HCP´s and HCO´s on an annual basis.

View EFPIA PDF Template

Disclosure 2015

The first data is published by end of June 2016 together with a methodological note how Grünenthal is collecting and disclosing the data in the reports. Transfers of values to HCP´s and HCO´s will be published by the country of the recipient and will include also transfers of values which are made by any other affiliate from Grünenthal.

Depending on the country regulations the information will be either published on the website of the respective Grünenthal affiliate or in a public registry which is being made available by the respective countries.

The complete overview of the transfers of values for the whole Group can be found below and is accessible via the short link: http://www.transparency.grunenthal.com

Data Protection Notice
“Grünenthal is committed to handling personal data in a manner that is both responsible and compliant with applicable law. In that regard, we have obtained the consent of the HCPs and HCOs to publish their personal data on our websites for transparency purposes in accordance with EFPIA standards.

However, the consent we have obtained is limited to the particular purpose of publication on our websites and the use of this information for any other purpose is prohibited since it would  infringe the data protection rights of the HCPs and HCOs.

For a good understanding of the reporting included in our disclosures as published on this website, we refer to the Methodological Note that clarifies the meaning and content of the transfers of value reported.”

Overview Grünenthal Group 2015 listed by country of recipient:

Austria

Bulgaria

Croatia

Czech Republic

Finland

Germany

Hungary

Italy

Luxembourg

Norway

Poland

Romania

Switzerland

Serbia

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Password: Transparencia.2015