Patient Group Donations 2018

Bayer is committed to developing new and innovative therapies for severe and chronic diseases. Patient advocacy groups and other voluntary health organisations help increase disease awareness and effective interventions.

The most recent patient and voluntary health organisations to which Bayer has provided financial support are listed below.

Patient Group Donations (Jan-June 2018)

Correct at 2 July 2018

Name

Purpose

Date of Donation

Amount (£)

Atrial Fibrillation Association

Speaker services at Annual Bayer Scotland Anticoagulation Symposium on detection and management of atrial fibrillation, including accommodation and travel costs

January

1711.16

Heart Failure Alliance

Donation for agency secretariat support to deliver 2018 programme aimed at building political and health-system awareness of gaps and variation in the provision of care for heart failure patients

April

6600

Men's Health Forum

Speaker services as part of media day for men’s health disease awareness campaign

June

500

RNIB

For use of the RNIB accessibility service. RNIB reviewed the design of an issue of Bayer’s SmartRead publication for accessibility for people with visual impairment.

May

200

RNIB

Donation to support RNIB project to broaden the range of eye health information available to patients including, the development and production of a guide to accessing NHS services and treatment, and condition specific and self-help materials

June

17000

RNIB

Donation to support RNIB project to increase capacity in eye care services by campaigning for the implementation of the recommendations in the All Party Parliamentary Group Eye Health and Visual Impairment report ‘See the Light’

June

16900

RNIB

Donation to support RNIB project to ensure that the patient voice is heard in the development and implementation of NICE technology appraisals, clinical guidelines and quality standards in eye health

June

16100

Endometriosis UK

Donation to support Endometriosis UK project to develop educational materials on menstrual wellbeing to improve the diagnosis, treatment and management of women's menstrual dysfunction

June

15000

 
UKBAY07180292 / Date of preparation: September 2018