Collaboration between industry, healthcare professionals and healthcare organisations is vital. It enables the development and effective use of new medicines and helps to shape the future of research.

The healthcare professionals, healthcare organisations and patient associations we work with at Sanofi all provide us with valuable, independent and expert knowledge derived from their clinical and disease management experience. Collaborating with experts contributes significantly to our efforts to improve the quality of patient care.

At Sanofi we also recognise the need to be transparent when it comes to how we work with healthcare professionals, healthcare organisations and patient associations. As a member of Medicines Australia, we publish regular reports outlining all transfers of value to these groups.

Transfer of value

Our transfer of value reports are published in accordance with the Medicines Australia Code of Conduct, Medicines New Zealand Code of Practice and Australia’s and New Zealand's Privacy Legislations.

Reports include payments of honoraria fees for services provided, air travel, accommodation or registration fees paid on behalf of an Australian or New Zealand healthcare professional. They also include the healthcare professional’s name, practice address, and the nature and amount of the transfer of value.

In Australia, this information is held in a database administered by Medicines Australia.

Payments to New Zealand healthcare professionals can be found by downloading the Sanofi transparency reports below.

To comply with our privacy obligations, reports may be amended from time to time. The reports contain the most up to date information. Any use or disclosure of the data by a third party is the responsibility of that third party, who must comply with the Australian Privacy Act 1988 and New Zealand Privacy Act 2020.

Sponsorship of Third Party Organisations

All payments made to third party organisations for sponsorship of independent medical meetings or symposia, are reported to Medicines Australia on a 6-monthly basis with reports then published within the following two months. Sponsorship payments made to New Zealand third party organisations are reported annually and can be found by downloading the Sanofi transparency reports below.

Health Consumer Organisation Reports

These reports are made available to Medicines Australia by 30 April each year and Medicines Australia makes them publicly available, on its website within the following two months.