We care about our local community and about healthcare in the UK, and we proudly provide financial support to a variety of organisations through sponsorship and charitable donations. We also work in partnership with healthcare professionals for the benefit of patients, working together to enable better understanding and treatment of diseases in all our therapy areas. We believe that we have achieved far more working in partnership than we could ever have achieved alone.
Working in partnership means that we sometimes make payments to healthcare professionals, for example to reimburse them for their time and expertise in advising us about how our medicines can best meet patients’ needs, for speaking at meetings sharing best practice, and to support them in attending meetings and conferences that contribute to their continued development.
Napp is committed to complying with the requirements of the ABPI Code of Practice in the conduct of our business. As part of this commitment, we declare annually all payments made to UK healthcare professionals (HCPs). In addition we provide transparency on our interactions with, and support of patient organisations.
In compliance with the ABPI Code of Practice, all transfers of value to individual UK HCPs and HCOs (including those provided as grants, donations or benefits in kind) are to be disclosed in the first six months after the end of the calendar year in which the transfers of value were made. This can be found on the central ABPI disclosure platform; the disclosure platform can be accessed using the following web link: www.disclosureuk.org.uk.
Support provided to patient organisations will continue to be disclosed as below and updated each year in the first six months after the end of the calendar year in which the transfers of value were made. You can see our previous declarations annually by clicking on the links below.