Clause 21 - Relationships and Contracts with Certain Organisations
Clause 21 Relationships and Contracts with Certain Organisations
Contracts between companies and institutions, organisations or associations of health professionals under which such institutions, organisations or associations provide any type of services on behalf of companies (or any other type of funding by the company
not otherwise covered by the Code) are only allowed if such services (or other funding):
- comply with Clause 19.1 or are provided for the purpose of supporting research
- do not constitute an inducement to prescribe, supply, administer, recommend, buy or sell any medicine.
Pharmaceutical companies must publicly disclose details of transfers of value made to such institutions, organisations or associations.
Clause 21 Disclosure
The information required by Clause 21 must be publicly disclosed in relation to transfers of value made in 2015 and each calendar year thereafter, giving in each case the financial amount or value and the name of the recipient institution, organisation or association.
Fees and agreed expenses should be disclosed separately.
Disclosure must be carried out in accordance with Clause 24.
Please check the date of the Code that applies to the Case that you are looking at. The date of the complaint may vary from the activity/material alleged to have been in breach.