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Healthcare Organisation grants

Pfizer is committed to being transparent about how we operate as a business and about the relationships we have with other organisations.

We are proud to support patients, the NHS, healthcare organisations, charities and universities through a variety of grants, donations and collaborative projects. Support we provide includes:

 

Medical and Educational Grants and Services (MEGS)

The MEGS that we provide are in the form of financial grants and / or services delivered by a Pfizer colleague or a third-party supplier engaged by Pfizer. MEGS are intended to either enhance patient care or benefit the NHS and maintain patient care; they cannot be linked to prescribing or use of specific medicines. Pfizer’s involvement is strictly limited to the provision and / or delivery of the MEGS grant or service and we do not receive any direct benefit in return i.e. we are not able to routinely and proactively share detailed outcomes analyses of these projects. Instead, the decision to share more in-depth information is at the discretion of the healthcare organisations themselves.

Educational Grants

An educational grant is funding provided by Pfizer to an entity to support a bona fide, independent educational programme in areas of interest to Pfizer, such as medical science or public health policy. The primary purpose of the support is the provision of a legitimate educational programme and not an opportunity to promote Pfizer’s products, brands or business. Educational grants are always provided to entities and never to individuals.

Charitable and Business Donations

This is the provision of funding, equipment or products to a registered charity or an organisation to support public interest activities. These donations are made freely, and Pfizer does not expect any direct or indirect tangible benefit in return.

Studentships

Through studentships, graduates undertake a research project to gain a PhD. Pfizer does not directly fund students but provides a number of grants every year to universities to support PhD studentships.

Joint Working

Joint Working is when the NHS and a pharmaceutical company work together for the benefit of patients with a shared commitment to successful delivery.

 

Payment Reports

 

2018
Type of donation ↕ Institution Name ↕ Transfer of value ↕ Project Summary
MEGS Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board £18,200.00 Financial support provided to Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board £400.00 Assess My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of guidance, resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for preparing for service assessment. The service aims to benefit the NHS through health professionals gaining a clear understanding of the steps required to assess their service in order to inform both the current effectiveness/efficiency of the service and future planning processes.
MEGS Aneurin Bevan University Health Board £12,000.00 Financial support provided to Aneurin Bevan University Health Board as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'A Quality Improvement Pilot Project to implement NICE CG180, improving stroke prevention in patients with AF within a Neighbourhood Care Network(NCN) Primary Care setting.'
MEGS Association of Cancer Physicians £2,000.00 Financial support provided to the association of cancer physicians for the project entitled New Consultants Group Meeting 2018.
MEGS Ballycastle Medical Practice £2,750.00 Financial support provided to Ballycastle Family Practice as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme.
MEGS Barking, Havering, & Redbridge University NHS FT £3,572.40 Financial support provided to Barking, Havering & Redbridge University NHS Trust for the purchase of training mannequins (ankle & knee joints) for use at the ongoing training events to improve the injection skills of clinicians across BHR Trust.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Barts Health NHS FT £4,360.00 Benefit in kind in the form of 'My Haemophilia Centre Application' provided to Barts Health NHS FT for the purposes of addressing the need to reduce patient isolation and improving connection with their Haemophilia Centre; to ensure patients have consistent information at hand when they need it to improve patient care.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Belfast Health and Social Care Trust £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided to Belfast Health and Social Care Trust via Quit@work programme. The programme supports Stop Smoking Services in how they approach and work with local businesses, so that 'Stop Smoking' can be delivered through onsite clinics and support employees to increase their chances of quitting. Quit@Work is an interactive PDF containing practical tools, processes and tips to help services engage local businesses with Stop Smoking initiatives.
MEGS Belfast Health and Social Care Trust £2,950.00 Financial support provided to Belfast Health and Social Care Trust as part of the Improving Patient Care in Uncontrolled Acromegaly (IPCUA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Development of a Belfast Acromegaly database and audit of control of GH/IGF-1 levels.'
MEGS Belfast Health and Social Care Trust £5,700.00 Financial support provided to Belfast Health and Social Care Trust as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'AF Detection in Stroke.'
MEGS British Medical Journal £96,033.33 Financial support provided to the British Medical journal to collaborate on a learning and change project to ensure appropriate distribution of BMJ's 'Research to Publication' eLearning programme to academics involved with healthcare research.
MEGS British Oncology Pharmacy Association £10,000.00 Financial support relating to Pfizer's share of the £80,000 provided to the British Oncology Pharmacy Association to deliver digital education to BOPA Members and the wider oncology community of healthcare professionals to achieve better understanding of new scientific data, discuss state-of-the-art treatment modalities, new therapies and the topics affecting UK cancer care.
Educational Grant British Society Antimicrobial Chemo £68,704.91 Financial support provided to the British Society of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy for their project entitled 'Antimicrobial Stewardship International.'
MEGS British Society for Spondyloarthritis £2,500.00 Financial support provided to the British Society for Spondyloarthritis (BRITSpA) for the project entitled 'BRITSpA Annual Scientific Meeting 2018 on 12th and 13th September 2018', held on the subject of Ankylosing Spondylitis.
MEGS Cambridge University Hospitals NHS FT £20,000.00 Financial support provided to Cambridge University Hospitals NHS FT for a project on Eproms/Eprems for the Psoriatic Arthritis Service at Addenbrookes Hospital.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Central Bedfordshire Council £400.00 Promote My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of a workshop (or series of workshops) providing resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for the development of a campaign to promote the local NHS service. The service aims to benefit the NHS through Health Professionals gaining the ability to develop a promotional campaign through a cost and time effective process delivering greater access to patients.
MEGS Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS FT £33,600.00 Financial support provided to Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS FT via a third party for a project on evaluating existing service arrangements for patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Connexions Centre £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided to Positive Steps via Quit@work programme. The programme supports Stop Smoking services in how they approach and work with local businesses, so that 'Stop Smoking' can be delivered through onsite clinics and support employees to increase their chances of quitting. Quit@Work is an interactive PDF containing practical tools, processes and tips to help Services engage local businesses with Stop Smoking initiatives.
Charitable Donation Crohn's & Colitis UK £6,686.00 Financial support provided to Crohn's and Colitis UK to deliver a series of meetings on 'Patient Education.'
Charitable Donation Crohn's & Colitis UK £5,500.00 Financial support provided to Crohn's and Colitis UK for the project entitled 'Patient Empowerment Guide.'
MEGS Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council £10,000.00 Financial support provided to Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council as part of the Improving Patient Care in Tobacco Dependency (IPCTD) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Making Every Contact Count.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Dr J G M Harrill & Partners £210.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of data & data analysis using the VHD tool. The tool uses publicly available data and aims to benefit the NHS through HCPs having an increased understanding of local data to understand variation and identify potential barriers to improving health care.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Dr J G M Harrill & Partners £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of a support programme that is designed to help those involved in the provision of smoking cessation services develop an action plan and the tools to identify, engage and support patients. The tool is provided as a materials pack consisting of leave pieces, user guides, patient materials etc. The aim for the toolkit is to successfully engage smokers with long-term conditions and motivate them to quit.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Dr M P Savage & Partners £3,000.00 Benefit in kind service (COPD Management Therapy Review) provided to Heeley Green Surgery (Dr M P Savage & Partners) via Pfizer paying third party vendor Interface. The service is designed to assist practices implement a systematic approach to the health and wellbeing of patients with COPD in order to reduce the risk of complications and disease progression and to ensure that patients are receiving optimal treatment. Additionally, the service aims to augment the existing work undertaken by health professionals within their respective practices.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Dr S Mihajlovic & Partners £3,000.00 Benefit in kind service (COPD Management Therapy Review) provided to The Range Medical Practice (Dr S Mihajlovic & Partners) via Pfizer paying third party vendor Interface. The service is designed to assist practices implement a systematic approach to the health and wellbeing of patients with COPD in order to reduce the risk of complications and disease progression and to ensure that patients are receiving optimal treatment. Additionally, the service aims to augment the existing work undertaken by health professionals within their respective practices.
Charitable Donation Durham University £1,000.00 Financial support provided to the University for the project entitled 'Excellence in Organic Chemistry Award.'
MEGS East Devon Health Ltd £3,000.00 Financial support provided to East Devon Health Ltd as part of the Improving Access to COPD Care MEGS programme.
Joint Working - Benefit in Kind East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN) £5,040.00 Financial support for the joint working agreement between University of Leicester (UoL), East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN) and Pfizer Ltd . Additionally, Benefit in kind in the form of Strategic Account Consultant time for facilitating the delivery of the EPIFFANY Project. 144 hours of Pfizer colleague time provided in preparation and delivery of the service.
MEGS eCancer Global Foundation £23,009.67 Financial support provided to eCancer Global Foundation for the project entitled 'PARP Inhibitors and Mechanisms of Action- Online Educational resources' which aims to improve the awareness and understanding of the latest research, data and treatment options with PARP inhibitors for patients with metastatic breast cancer and demonstrate an increase in knowledge and clinical competence of the health professionals engaged with these educational resources.
MEGS eCancer Global Foundation £95,868.89 Financial support provided to eCancer Global Foundation for the project to improve the awareness and understanding of oncology biosimilars within European cancer patients and to improve awareness and understanding of the potential issues around communicating the use of biosimilars for health professionals treating cancer patients in Europe.
MEGS European Association for Cancer Research £7,492.32 Financial support provided to European Association for Cancer Research for the project entitled '8th EACR-OECI Joint Course: Molecular Pathology Approach to Cancer.'
Educational Grant European Society for Endocrinology £7,009.03 Financial support provided to the European Society for Endocrinology for the project entitled 'Endocrine Nurses ECE 2018 pre-Congress Course.'
MEGS-Benefit in Kind Exeter Primary Care Ltd £673.28 Benefit in kind in the form of Eight AirSmart devices, that are supplied along with 160 further flow turbines, allowing the health professional to use it a number of times with their patients as each turbine is single patient use. It aims to provide access to portable spirometry, aiding HCPs with the re-assessment of patients already with COPD ensuring that their current treatment plans align with their disease severity and guideline recommendations.
MEGS Federation of Family Practice North Belfast £19,690.00 Financial support provided to North Belfast GP Federation as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Gloucestershire County Council £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of a support programme that is designed to help those involved in the provision of smoking cessation services develop an action plan and the tools to identify, engage and support patients. The tool is provided as a materials pack consisting of leave pieces, user guides, patient materials etc. The aim for the toolkit is to successfully engage smokers with long-term conditions and motivate them to quit.
MEGS Golden Era Club Ltd £15,837.00 Financial support provided to Golden Era Club Ltd trading as Cera for a project to help them grow their operations to reach more patients.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Golden Era Club Ltd £11,200.00 Benefit in Kind provided to Golden Era Club Ltd trading as Cera for a project to help them grow their operations to reach more patients in the form of support access to Pfizer colleagues and external partners, facilitation of workshops and meetings and assistance in collecting data and expert opinion on issues. 320 hours of Pfizer colleague time was provided in delivering this service.
MEGS GP Support Unit £16,410.00 Financial support provided to GP Federation Support Unit as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Federation Support Unit for 138 GP Practices AF Project'
MEGS Guy's and St Thomas' NHS FT £79,704.00 Financial support provided to Guy's and St Thomas' NHSFT to deliver an out of hospital blood test pathway.
Charitable Donation Guy's and St Thomas' NHS FT £7,152.56 Financial support provided to Guy's and St. Thomas' project entitled 'Annual Academy for Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia (ASCAT) Conference.
Charitable Donation Guy's and St Thomas' NHS FT £38,043.05 Financial support provided to Guy's and St. Thomas' for the project entitled 'Annual Meeting of Academy for Sickle cell and thalassaemia - the Sickle Cell Disease: Bridging the Gap in Care and Research in order to improve outcomes for patients living with the disorders.
MEGS Guy's and St Thomas' NHS FT £100,000.00 Financial support Health Innovation Network for a project on Atrial Fibrillation entitled 'Improving the diagnosis and management of AF in older adults with additional needs.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Guys and St Thomas' NHS FT £1,680.00 Benefit in kind to Guy's and St Thomas' for a change project on the AF pathway provided in the form of project management skills to support delivery of the Communications and Engagement plan to improve patient care. 48 hours of Pfizer colleague time provided in preparation and delivery of the facilitation service.
MEGS Guys and St Thomas' NHS FT £28,713.00 Financial support provided to Guy's and St Thomas' NHSFT for a change project on the AF pathway.
MEGS Haemnet £76,698.90 Financial support provided to Haemnet for the project entitled 'GYM (Growing Young Men) - Promoting Fitness in Haemophilia'
MEGS Health Innovation Manchester £11,000.00 Financial support provided to Health Innovation Manchester to support a project on Atrial Fibrillation detection.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Health Innovation Manchester £840.00 Benefit in kind provided to Health Innovation Manchester in the form of Strategic Account Manager support facilitation to deliver 2 workshops on Atrial Fibrillation Detection. 24 hours of Pfizer colleague time provided in preparation and delivery of the facilitation service.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Hertfordshire LPC £400.00 Assess My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of guidance, resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for preparing for service assessment. The Service aims to benefit the NHS through health professionals gaining a clear understanding of the steps required to assess their service in order to inform both the current effectiveness/efficiency of the service and future planning processes.
MEGS Imperial College Health Partners £20,000.00 Financial support provided to Imperial College Health Partners as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme.
MEGS Imperial College Health Partners £20,000.00 Financial support provided to Imperial College Health Partners as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Detect: NW London rollout and implementation of mobile ECG devices.'
MEGS Imperial College London £81,212.10 Financial support provided to Imperial College London for the project on Patient Safety for 5 MSc places on a 2 year MSc on Patient Safety course.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Imperial College London £35.00 Benefit in kind provided to Imperial College London in the form provided to Imperial College London for the purposes of enabling delivery of the 'Safer Use of Medication Module lecture.' 1 hour of Pfizer colleague time will be provided in preparation and delivery of the service.
Charitable Donation Imperial College London £1,167.04 Financial support provided to Imperial College London for the project entitled '2018 Sir Derek Barton Symposium.'
MEGS Innovation Agency North West Coast £20,000.00 Financial support provided to Innovation Agency North West Coast as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Warrington CCG's Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Collaborative.'
MEGS Innovation Agency North West Coast £100,000.00 Financial support provided to Lancashire Care NHS Foundation who were hosting innovation Agency North West Coast for a project on atrial fibrillation entitled 'Enhancing quality in Atrial Fibrillation detection and management in partnership with Community and practice-based pharmacists through service redesign and innovative technology.'
MEGS Institute of Biomedical Science NI £18,350.00 Financial support provided to IBMS for the Northern Ireland Meningococcal Stakeholders' Forum (MeningoNI) and IBMS Northern Ireland Microbiology Discussion Group with a educational grant to support an 18 month programme of work and activities related to meningococcal disease.
Charitable Donation International Longevity Centre UK £15,400.00 Financial support provided to International Longevity Centre UK for the project entitled 'Public Health and Austerity in Europe.'
Charitable Donation International Longevity Centre UK £40,000.00 Financial support provided to International Longevity Centre UK for the project entitled 'Spanish Flu Global Debate.'
Charitable Donation International Longevity Centre UK £17,881.40 Financial support provided to International Longevity Centre UK for the project entitled 'Research on Breast Cancer Variation based by Age.'
Charitable Donation International Longevity Centre UK £63,246.69 Financial support provided to International Longevity Centre UK for the project entitled 'Ageism and Age Discrimination in Research, Policy and Practice: Breast Cancer in Europe.
MEGS Intrahealth Ltd £19,750.00 Financial support provided to Intrahealth Ltd as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'DOAC Initiation and Monitoring Service in a GP Practice Federation.'
MEGS Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust £18,712.00 Financial support provided to Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Reducing the burden of AF across the Ipswich and East Suffolk Region.'
Charitable Donation ISIRV Ltd £5,077.61 Financial support provided to the International Society for Influenza And Other Respiratory Virus Diseases Ltd for the project entitled 'Influenza 2018: Centenary of the 1918 Pandemic.'
Charitable Donation ISIRV Ltd £7,669.89 Financial support provided to International Society for Influenza and Other Respiratory Virus Diseases for the project entitled '11th International Respiratory Syntactic Virus Symposium'
MEGS King's College Hospital NHS FT £2,920.56 Financial support provided to King's College Hospital NHS FT as part of the Improving Patient Care in Uncontrolled Acromegaly (IPCUA) MEGS programme 2018 for the project entitled ' Outcomes of multimodal therapy in acromegalic patients over a 10 year period.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Kings College Hospital NHS FT £10,150.00 Benefit in Kind provided to King's College Hospital to explore the redesign of the chemotherapy day units pathway in the form of the provision of consultancy services consisting of guidance, resources and coaching from two Pfizer employees. 290 hours of Pfizer time was provided in the delivery of this service.
Studentship King's College London £27,067.67 Financial Support provided to Kings College London for a student to carry out the project entitled 'Quantifying the Role of Ca dynamics and force generation characteristics from single cell to whole heart in rat and human heart failure through biophysical 3D modelling.'
MEGS Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust £238.50 Financial support provided to Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust for a project on providing digital thermometers to at risk renal cancer patients.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Liverpool Comm Health NHS Trust £673.28 Benefit in kind in the form of 8 AirSmart devices, that are supplied along with 160 further flow turbines, allowing the HCP to use it a number of times with their patients as each turbine is single patient use. It aims to provide access to portable spirometry, aiding HCPs with the re-assessment of patients already with COPD ensuring that their current treatment plans align with their disease severity and guideline recommendations.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Liverpool GP Federation £3,000.00 Benefit in kind service (COPD Management Therapy Review) provided to Liverpool GP Federation via Pfizer paying third party vendor Interface. The service is designed to assist practices implement a systematic approach to the health and wellbeing of patients with COPD in order to reduce the risk of complications and disease progression and to ensure that patients are receiving optimal treatment. Additionally, the service aims to augment the existing work undertaken by health professionals within their respective practices.
MEGS Liverpool GP Federation £9,760.00 Financial support provided to Liverpool General Practice Federation as part of the Improving Patient Care in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) 2018 MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Optimising COPD Management in Primary Care Centres (in Liverpool).'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Livewell South West £1,200.00 Assess My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of guidance, resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for preparing for service assessment. The Service aims to benefit the NHS through health professionals gaining a clear understanding of the steps required to assess their service in order to inform both the current effectiveness/efficiency of the service and future planning processes. Promote My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of a workshop (or series of workshops) providing resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for the development of a campaign to promote the local NHS service. The service aims to benefit the NHS through Health Professionals gaining the ability to develop a promotional campaign through a cost and time effective process delivering greater access to patients. Commercial Acumen: Benefit in kind provided in the form of guidance, resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee to develop tools and techniques to commercially optimise services. The Service aims to benefit the NHS through health professionals gaining a clear understanding of the steps required to increase the effectiveness of local business case submissions.
MEGS Manchester CCG £20,000.00 Financial support provided to Manchester CCG as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Pilot to optimise people who have been diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation on to the correct Anti-coagulation therapy in the Wythenshawe Neighbourhood.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Medway NHS FT £672.16 Benefit in kind in the form of 8 AirSmart devices, that are supplied along with 160 further flow turbines, allowing the HCP to use it a number of times with their patients as each turbine is single patient use. It aims to provide access to portable spirometry, aiding HCPs with the re-assessment of patients already with COPD ensuring that their current treatment plans align with their disease severity and guideline recommendations.
MEGS National Lung Cancer Forum for Nurses £85,000.00 Financial support provided to the National Lung Cancer Forum for Nurses (NLCFN) for a project on developing interactive CME-accredited eLearning modules on key topics surrounding the treatment of lung cancer patients.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Newbattle Medical Practice £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of a support programme that is designed to help those involved in the provision of smoking cessation services develop an action plan and the tools to identify, engage and support patients. The tool is provided as a materials pack consisting of leave pieces, user guides, patient materials etc. The aim for the toolkit is to successfully engage smokers with long-term conditions and motivate them to quit.
MEGS Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS FT £47,870.00 Financial support provided to Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS FT to support a project on 'A New Respiratory Optimise Pathway for Patients using a Surgical Pre-Operative Assessment Clinic.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS FT £1,120.00 Benefit in kind provided to Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS FT in the form of support for a project on A New Respiratory Optimise Pathway for Patients using a Surgical Pre-Operative Assessment Clinic. 32 hours of Pfizer colleague time will be provided in preparation and delivery of this service.
MEGS Newham CCG £9,825.00 Financial support provided to NHS Newham CCG as part of the Improving Patient Care in Tobacco Dependency (IPCTD) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Stop Smoking in House Bound (domiciliary) COPD patients.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind NHS England £11,200.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of project management skills to support delivery of the project that intends to compare and contrast practice across Wessex in terms of the prescribing of chemo-preventive agents for high risk breast cancer patients as per "Achieving World Class Cancer Outcomes" recommendation 6 to improve patient care. 40 hours of Pfizer colleague time provided in preparation and delivery of the facilitation service.
Joint Working - Benefit in Kind NHS England (on behalf of Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership) £27,300.00 Benefit in Kind provided to NHS England for the project entitled 'Accelerating the Conversation-Understand-Replace-Experts (CURE) Project - Curing Tobacco Addiction in Greater Manchester.' This is supported under the joint working agreement between Pfizer and NHS England. Benefit in kind in the form of Strategic Account Consultant, Strategic Account Manager and Payer Evidence Manager time for facilitating the delivery of the CURE Project. 390 hours of Pfizer colleague time provided in preparation and delivery of the service.
Joint Working NHS England (on behalf of Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership) £50,000.00 Financial support provided to NHS England for the project entitled 'Accelerating the Conversation-Understand-Replace-Experts (CURE) Project - Curing Tobacco Addiction in Greater Manchester.' This is supported under the joint working agreement between Pfizer and NHS England.
MEGS NHS Lothian £2,500.00 Financial support provided to NHS Lothian via ABPI for Pfizer's share towards a project on NHS Lothian Breast Cancer Data Linkage.
MEGS NHS Lothian £32,480.50 Financial support provided to NHS Lothian via ABPI for a project on NHS Lothian Breast Cancer Data Linkage.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind NHS Somerset Council £400.00 Benefit in Kind consisting of guidance, resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee to give an insight into the skills necessary to improve an existing NHS service. The Service aims to benefit the NHS through health professionals improving the effectiveness of project delivery in healthcare organisations and encouraging effective stakeholder engagement.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind NHS Tayside £100.00 Benefit in kind in the form of Weighted vests provided to NHS Tayside for the purposes of benefitting the NHS and prolonging the use of the weighted vests.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind NHSE Wessex £1,200.00 Assess My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of guidance, resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for preparing for service assessment. The Service aims to benefit the NHS through health professionals gaining a clear understanding of the steps required to assess their service in order to inform both the current effectiveness/efficiency of the service and future planning processes. Improve My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of a workshop (or a series of workshops) which support the organisation to identify areas for improvement in existing services and explore ways to encourage active participation in service improvement with an NHS decision making group. Promote My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of a workshop (or series of workshops) providing resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for the development of a campaign to promote the local NHS service. The service aims to benefit the NHS through Health Professionals gaining the ability to develop a promotional campaign through a cost and time effective process delivering greater access to patients.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust £105.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of data & data analysis using the VHD tool. The tool uses publicly available data and aims to benefit the NHS through HCPs having an increased understanding of local data to understand variation and identify potential barriers to improving health care.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust £350.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of data & data analysis using the VHD tool. The tool uses publicly available data and aims to benefit the NHS through HCPs having an increased understanding of local data to understand variation and identify potential barriers to improving health care.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust £800.00 Assess My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of guidance, resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for preparing for service assessment . The service aims to benefit the NHS through health professionals gaining a clear understanding of the steps required to assess their service in order to inform both the current effectiveness/efficiency of the service and future planning processes. Promote My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of a workshop (or series of workshops) providing resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for the development of a campaign to promote the local NHS service. The service aims to benefit the NHS through Health Professionals gaining the ability to develop a promotional campaign through a cost and time effective process delivering greater access to patients.
MEGS North East and North Cumbria AHSN £20,000.00 Financial support provided to AHSN North East and North Cumbria as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme.
MEGS Oxford AHSN £19,378.00 Financial support provided to Oxford AHSN Wokingham as part of the improving Patient Care in Anti-Coagulation (IPCA) MEGS Programme for the project entitled ' Practice based AF Detection Champions.'
MEGS Oxford AHSN £18,260.00 Financial support provided to Oxford AHSN as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Harnessing the expertise of District Nurses in screening for Atrial Fibrillation.'
MEGS Oxford AHSN £149,478.00 Financial support provided to Oxford AHSN with a medical/educational grant to support a project on atrial fibrillation entitled 'Reducing AF-related stroke through a co-ordinated system pathway across primary and secondary care.'
MEGS Portsmouth Hospitals NHS FT £2,950.00 Financial support provided to Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust as part of the Improving Patient Care in Uncontrolled Acromegaly (IPCUA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'review of Portsmouth Acromegalic Patients.'
MEGS Primary Care Respiratory Society £49,000.00 Financial support provided to Primary Care Respiratory Society with a medical/educational grant to support a project on Diagnosis and Management of Tobacco Dependency.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Prince Phillip Hospital £800.00 Promote My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of a workshop (or series of workshops) providing resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for the development of a campaign to promote the local NHS service. The service aims to benefit the NHS through Health Professionals gaining the ability to develop a promotional campaign through a cost and time effective process delivering greater access to patients. Assess My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of guidance, resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for preparing for service assessment. The Service aims to benefit the NHS through health professionals gaining a clear understanding of the steps required to assess their service in order to inform both the current effectiveness/efficiency of the service and future planning processes.
MEGS Provide £2,000.00 Financial support provided to Provide: Essex Lifestyle Service for the printing of banners and leaflets. The programme is comprised of a CD containing the artwork for patient materials, stickers, posters, banners and instructions etc. There is also a case study provided from when the campaign was run by Aintree university Hospital NHS FT. The aim of CLOCKS is to motivate patients, staff and visitors to make a quit attempt.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Provide £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided to Provide: Essex Lifestyle Service consisting of a poster campaign designed to be used in hospital and secondary care settings using the slogan "Time to quit". The programme is comprised of a CD containing the artwork for patient materials, stickers, posters, banners and instructions etc. There is also a case study provided from when the campaign was run by Aintree university Hospital NHS FT. The aim of CLOCKS is to motivate patients, staff and visitors to make a quit attempt.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Queen Alexandra Hospital £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided to Queen Alexandra Hospital via Quit@work programme. The programme supports Stop Smoking Services in how they approach and work with local businesses, so that Stop Smoking can be delivered through onsite clinics and support employees to increase their chances of quitting. Quit@Work is an interactive PDF containing practical tools, processes and tips to help Services engage local businesses with Stop Smoking initiatives.
MEGS Royal College of General Practitioners £31,188.00 Financial support provided to Royal College of General Practitioners for a COPD Management eLearning Package Project for GP's & other primary care professionals.
Charitable Donation Royal College of Nursing £76,086.10 Financial support provided to RCNi Publishing Company Ltd for the project entitled 'Providing access to Learning Resources for Nurses on Africa.'
MEGS Royal College of Physicians £22,849.50 Financial support provided to Royal College of Physicians for a project on a 'Quality Improvement Collaborative on Smoking Cessation.'
MEGS Royal College of Physicians £16,530.00 Financial support provided to the Royal College of Physicians for a project with associated workshop and training meeting on 'Effective Scaling and Replication of Best Practice.'
MEGS Royal Free London NHS FT £11,720.58 Financial support provided to the Royal Free Hospital (Royal Free Charity) for the project to allow them to provide services to a third party International Healthcare Organisation 'Yangon Children Hospital' for the purposes of providing ultrasound training to radiologists to detect joint bleeds and synovial thickening.
MEGS Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS FT £2,950.00 Financial support provided to Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS FT as part of the Improving Patient Care in Uncontrolled Acromegaly (IPCUA) MEGS Programme 2018 for the project entitled 'Living well with Acromegaly: Improving the psychological impact of living with Acromegaly.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Sentinel Healthcare South £210.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of data & data analysis using the VHD tool. The tool uses publicly available data and aims to benefit the NHS through HCPs having an increased understanding of local data to understand variation and identify potential barriers to improving health care.
MEGS Siyemi Learning £221,811.60 Financial support provided to Siyemi Learning in the form of an Independent Grant for Learning and Change for continuing professional education in the area of Immuno-Oncology.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Solutions4Health Ltd £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided to Solutions4Health Ltd via Quit@work programme. The programme supports Stop Smoking Services in how they approach and work with local businesses, so that Stop Smoking can be delivered through onsite clinics and support employees to increase their chances of quitting. Quit@Work is an interactive PDF containing practical tools, processes and tips to help Services engage local businesses with Stop Smoking initiatives.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Solutions4Health Ltd £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided to Solutions4Health Ltd in the form of a support programme that is designed to help those involved in the provision of smoking cessation services develop an action plan and the tools to identify, engage and support patients. The tool is provided as a materials pack consisting of leave pieces, user guides, patient materials etc. The aim for the toolkit is to successfully engage smokers with long-term conditions and motivate them to quit.
MEGS Somerset CCG £18,900.00 Financial support provided to NHS Somerset CCG as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Supporting people with Atrial Fibrillation (AF) in a Community Setting.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Somerset CCG £674.18 Benefit in kind in the form of 8 AirSmart devices, that are supplied along with 160 further flow turbines, allowing the HCP to use it a number of times with their patients as each turbine is single patient use. It aims to provide access to portable spirometry, aiding HCPs with the re-assessment of patients already with COPD ensuring that their current treatment plans align with their disease severity and guideline recommendations
MEGS South East Health and Social Care Trust £9,412.00 Financial support provided to South East Health and Social Care as part of the Improving Patient Care in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Could it be COPD.'
MEGS South Kent Coast CCG £19,279.40 Financial support provided to South Kent Coast CCG for a project on the development of hand held records for patients with inflammatory conditions.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind South Tees Hospitals NHS FT £3,000.00 Benefit in kind consisting of provision of access to iGRO, a web-based tool designed to aid clinicians with growth prediction in their growth hormone disorder patients. The aim of iGRO is to assist physicians in assessing a child's response to growth hormone and provide patients and their families with realistic expectations of short and long-terms growth outcomes.
MEGS South Tees Hospitals NHS FT £5,935.06 Financial support provided to South Tees Hospitals NHS FT as part of the Improving Patient Care in Tobacco Dependency (IPCTD) programme 2018 for the project entitled 'Provision and implementation of a bespoke localised stop smoking training toolkit for secondary care staff to use within all inpatient areas.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Southend Council Public Health £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of a support programme that is designed to help those involved in the provision of smoking cessation services develop an action plan and the tools to identify, engage and support patients. The tool is provided as a materials pack consisting of leave pieces, user guides, patient materials etc. The aim for the toolkit is to successfully engage smokers with long-term conditions and motivate them to quit.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Southend Council Public Health £350.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of data & data analysis using the VHD tool. The tool uses publicly available data and aims to benefit the NHS through HCPs having an increased understanding of local data to understand variation and identify potential barriers to improving health care.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Southern Health NHS FT £105.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of data & data analysis using the VHD tool. The tool uses publicly available data and aims to benefit the NHS through HCPs having an increased understanding of local data to understand variation and identify potential barriers to improving health care.
MEGS Springer Healthcare £139,458.54 Financial support provided to Springer Healthcare for the project entitled 'Biosimilars: From Concern to Confidence.'
MEGS St Georges NHS FT £20,000.00 Financial support provided to St Georges University Hospital NHS FT as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Atrial fibrillation Education Website, ECG course, toolkit for management and anticoagulation/ DOACs for GP's and Health Care professionals in the UK.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Stockport NHS FT £674.18 Benefit in kind in the form of 8 AirSmart devices, that are supplied along with 160 further flow turbines, allowing the HCP to use it a number of times with their patients as each turbine is single patient use. It aims to provide access to portable spirometry, aiding HCPs with the re-assessment of patients already with COPD ensuring that their current treatment plans align with their disease severity and guideline recommendations.
MEGS Stoke on Trent CCG £19,995.00 Financial support provided to Stoke CCG as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled ' Improving anticoagulation treatment with technology enabled care delivered by clinicians and welcomed by patients.
Joint Working - Benefit in Kind Swansea University £60,865.00 Benefit in Kind provided to Swansea University under the joint working agreement between Pfizer and Swansea University to create a clinical-digital centre of excellence. Benefit in kind in the form of Strategic Account Consultant, Strategic Account Manager and Strategic Account Director time for facilitating the delivery of the Health Innovation Project, 1739 hours of Pfizer colleague time provided in preparation and delivery of the service.
Joint Working Swansea University £450,000.00 Financial support provided to Swansea University under the joint working agreement between Pfizer and Swansea University to create a clinical-digital centre of excellence.
MEGS The Academy of Pharmaceutical Science £24,000.00 Financial support provided to Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences (APS) Conference 2019 for the project entitled 'Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences (APS) Conference 2019.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind The Bridges Medical Practice £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of a support programme that is designed to help those involved in the provision of smoking cessation services develop an action plan and the tools to identify, engage and support patients. The tool is provided as a materials pack consisting of leave pieces, user guides, patient materials etc. The aim for the toolkit is to successfully engage smokers with long-term conditions and motivate them to quit.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind The Christie NHS FT £210.00 Benefit in kind in the form consultancy services provided to The Christie NHS FT for the provision of support in the implementation of and measuring the impact of the introduction of real time symptom feedback to the hospital from patients in the renal cancer service. 6 hours of Pfizer colleague time provided in preparation and delivery of the service.
MEGS The Christie NHS FT £23,800.00 Financial support provided to Greater Manchester Cancer hosted by The Christie NHS FT to allow the scale up of the Conversation/Understand/Replace/Evidence (CURE) project.
Charitable Donation The European Association for Haemophilia and Allied Disorders (EAHAD) £17,729.33 Financial support provided to the European Association for Haemophilia and Allied Disorders for the project EAHAD 2018 Project which aims to relieve the persons suffering from Haemophilia and allied disorders in Europe by recognising, measuring and addressing the problems of sufferers along with promoting research in the areas and disseminating knowledge.
Educational Grant The International Continence Society £18,167.28 Financial support provided to The International Continence Society for the project entitled 'ICS travelling scholarship 2017.'
Educational Grant The International Continence Society £15,339.78 Financial support provided to The International Continence Society for the program entitled 'ICS travelling scholarship 2018.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Thurrock Council £800.00 Assess My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of guidance, resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for preparing for service assessment. The Service aims to benefit the NHS through health professionals gaining a clear understanding of the steps required to assess their service in order to inform both the current effectiveness/efficiency of the service and future planning processes. Improve My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of a workshop (or a series of workshops) which support the organisation to identify areas for improvement in existing services and explore ways to encourage active participation in service improvement with an NHS decision making group.
MEGS UCL School of Pharmacy £8,000.00 Financial support provided to UCL School of Pharmacy for the project entitled '2017 Oct 11 - European Paediatric Formulation Initiative - EuPFI Consortium' to support the consortium's efforts in providing a platform for industry, academia and practice to exchange of information and expertise on paediatric dosage forms.
MEGS UCL School of Pharmacy £2,000.00 Financial support provided to UCL School of Pharmacy for the project entitled 's EuPFI 10th anniversary conference being held in September 2018.'
Business Donation UCL School of Pharmacy £200.00 Financial support provided to UCL School of Pharmacy for the project entitled ' 2018 school of pharmacy price.'
Business Donation UK NEQAS £14,831.57 Financial support provided to the National External Quality Assessment Services (NEQAS) Cancer Diagnostics CIC for the project on developing a robust set of ROS-1 FFPE cell lines for both the EQA and the testing community to employ.
MEGS United Lincolnshire Hospital NHS Trust £20,000.00 Financial support provided to United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Establishment of a nurse expert -champion to improve patient anticoagulation pathway from secondary to primary care and beyond.'
MEGS University College London £10,000.00 Financial support provided to University College London to deliver a meeting on 'Therapeutic Innovation in Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions' on 8th June 2018.
MEGS University College London Hospitals Charity £2,950.00 Financial support provided to University College London Charity as part of the Improving Patient Care in Uncontrolled Acromegaly MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Review of acromegaly related co-morbidities and how care is provided using a score card to improve quality of care in patients with acromegaly.'
MEGS University College London Hospitals Charity £50,000.00 Financial support provided to University College London Hospital Charity for an educational grant to support a meeting on 'Cardiology at the Limits 2018.'
MEGS University College of London £6,000.00 Financial support provided to UCL School of Pharmacy for the project entitled UCL School of Pharmacy Welcome Trust Annual Lecture with the purpose of Reducing Health Inequalities.
MEGS University Hospital of Leicester NHS Trust £2,650.00 Financial support provided to the University of Leicester Hospitals NHS Trust for an educational/training meeting on a Mycology study day for microbiology trainees.
MEGS University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT £700.00 Financial support provided to Queen Elizabeth Hospital (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT) to deliver a project on increasing patient education and concordance with treatment.
MEGS University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT £2,950.00 Financial support provided to University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT as part of the Improving Patient Care in Uncontrolled Acromegaly (IPCUA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Management approach of patients with non-controlled acromegaly in the Pituitary Service.'
Charitable Donation University of Edinburgh £3,633.46 Financial support provided to University of Edinburgh of $5000 after selection from a group of Internal Pfizer colleagues (Talazoparib 2nd Gen Team) after securing the Internal Pfizer Green Chemistry award in Organic Chemistry.
MEGS University of Glasgow £3,000.00 Financial support provided to the University of Glasgow for a product entitled 'Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (Patient Day)' enabling clinical experts to keep patients with Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia up to date with change son the management of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia.
Educational Grant University of Glasgow £337,239.69 Financial support provided to the University of Glasgow for their project entitled 'Cytokines Signalling Forum 2017.'
Educational Grant University of Glasgow £343,524.56 Financial support provided to the University of Glasgow for their project entitled 'Cytokines Signalling Forum 2018.'
Studentship University of Leeds £16,000.00 Financial support provided for a collaborative agreement with University of Leeds to create a coherent training programme for university students at EPSRC centre for doctoral training in Molecular Analytical Science.
Joint Working - Benefit in Kind University of Leicester £5,040.00 Financial support for the joint working agreement between University of Leicester (UoL), East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN) and Pfizer Ltd . Additionally, Benefit in kind in the form of Strategic Account Consultant time for facilitating the delivery of the EPIFFANY Project. 144 hours of Pfizer colleague time provided in preparation and delivery of the service.
Studentship University of Manchester £16,624.00 Financial Support provided to University of Manchester for a student to carry out the project entitled 'Biocatalytic Asymmetric Reductive Amination Using Reductive Aminases (RedAms)'
MEGS University of Manchester £1,500.00 Financial support provided to The University of Manchester for the project entitled 'Maximising Therapeutic Utility for Rheumatoid Arthritis Scientific Symposium.'
Studentship University of Manchester £12,500.00 Financial support to The University of Manchester for a student to study 'The directed assembly of materials - crystal nucleation'.
Studentship University of Nottingham £24,000.00 "Financial support provided for a collaborative agreement with University of Nottingham to support the centre for doctoral training in Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicine at the University.
Studentship University of Oxford £47,200.00 Financial Support provided to University of Oxford for a student to carry out the project entitled 'Understanding the Molecular Mechanism of Ion and Amino Acid Transport in Neurona.'
Studentship University of Oxford £9,267.00 Financial Support provided to the Russell Studentship programme for a student to study 'Exploiting sulfinate coupling partners for the preparation of diversely functionalized heterocycles.'
Studentship University of Oxford £10,000.00 Financial support provided to the University of Oxford to utilise the services of a student to carry out the project entitled 'The TRiC/CCT Folding Machine as a Therapeutic Target for Misfolding Diseases.'
Business Donation University of Plymouth £12,000.00 Financial support provided to South West Peninsula (PenCLAHRC) Clinical Trials and Population Studies Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine & Dentistry for a project on transferring Pro-DENDRON register data to a new web-based platform.
Studentship University of Southampton £15,000.00 Financial support provided to University of Southampton for a study of crystal structure prediction.
Studentship University of Warwick £5,000.00 Financial support provided to the University of Warwick for the project entitled 'Grant for WBS Case Challenge. A student led event hosted annually over two days.'
Studentship University of York £20,000.00 Financial Support provided to University of York for a student to carry out the project entitled 'A paradigm shift in low-field NMR Spectroscopy for industrial process monitoring, control and optimisation.'
MEGS WebMD UK Ltd £65,804.11 Financial support provided to WebMD UK Ltd for the project entitled 'The Impact of Depression in the Workplace'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind Wessex Cancer Alliance £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of a support programme that is designed to help those involved in the provision of smoking cessation services develop an action plan and the tools to identify, engage and support patients. The tool is provided as a materials pack consisting of leave pieces, user guides, patient materials etc. The aim for the toolkit is to successfully engage smokers with long-term conditions and motivate them to quit.
MEGS West Cheshire CCG £9,898.25 Financial support provided to West Cheshire CCG as part of the Improving Patient Care in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (IPCC) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Hydrotherapy Pulmonary Rehabilitation.'
MEGS - Benefit in Kind West Cheshire CCG £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided to West Cheshire CCG via Quit@work programme. The programme supports Stop Smoking Services in how they approach and work with local businesses, so that Stop Smoking can be delivered through onsite clinics and support employees to increase their chances of quitting. Quit@Work is an interactive PDF containing practical tools, processes and tips to help Services engage local businesses with Stop Smoking initiatives.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind West Cheshire CCG £1,000.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of a support programme that is designed to help those involved in the provision of smoking cessation services develop an action plan and the tools to identify, engage and support patients. The tool is provided as a materials pack consisting of leave pieces, user guides, patient materials etc. The aim for the toolkit is to successfully engage smokers with long-term conditions and motivate them to quit.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind West Hertfordshire NHS FT £105.00 Benefit in kind provided in the form of data & data analysis using the VHD tool. The tool uses publicly available data and aims to benefit the NHS through HCPs having an increased understanding of local data to understand variation and identify potential barriers to improving health care.
MEGS - Benefit in Kind West Sussex County Council £400.00 Promote My Service: Benefit in kind provided in the form of a workshop (or series of workshops) providing resources and coaching from a Pfizer employee for the development of a campaign to promote the local NHS service. The service aims to benefit the NHS through Health Professionals gaining the ability to develop a promotional campaign through a cost and time effective process delivering greater access to patients.
MEGS Wirral CCG £20,000.00 Financial support provided to Wirral CCG as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme.
MEGS Yeovil District Hospital NHS FT £420.00 Financial support provided to Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as part of the Improving Patient Care in Anticoagulation (IPCA) MEGS programme for the project entitled 'Easy identification of anticoagulated patients.'

 

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