A Pfizer company in the country of your professional practice will make public disclosures of the transfers of value that you receive from any Pfizer company according to the EFPIA (European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations) Transparency Code of Conduct and/or applicable local laws (such as payment of professional fees, travel, accommodations and out of pocket expenses).
Unless otherwise required by law, we will disclose your identity, city and country of professional practice and the date, nature and amount of value that you receive from Pfizer. Your ID or social security number will only be published if required by local law. These disclosures will be published on our websites and/or EFPIA local pharmaceutical industry association websites. When legally required, disclosure will also occur on relevant government websites. The data, once published, will be available for 3 years (unless another legal period applies in your country).
We disclose this data pursuant to consent, law or legitimate interests.
The publication of this data serves multiple legitimate interests of society, including patients, health care systems, the pharmaceutical industry, and to you as an HCP by:
- Instilling public confidence in the integrity and independence of HCPs.
- Helping safeguard public health by promoting HCP accountability to patients for decisions about their treatment.
- Demonstrating a commitment to continual education of HCPs which helps provide better care to patients.