66% of our practice income comes from the State; 23% of our income comes from our private practice; and the balance comes from a variety of other sources, including grants for teaching undergraduate and graduate entry medical students and GP trainees. With regards to my personal income, I receive honoraria from the Irish College of General Practitioners, where I hold two officers positions on the Board.
|Company||Reason for receipt of fees||Total amount received|
|Health One User Group||Expenses incurred attending committee meeting||£100- £1000|
|Irish College of General Practitioners||Honoraria and travel expenses incurred in my Role as Honorary Secretary||£1000- £2000|
|Diabetes Ireland||Honorarium for chairing national meeting||£100- £1000|
For a period of 25 years, up to 2014, I was continuously involved in a variety of pharma-sponsored clinical trials, sometimes as an investigator and on a number of occasions as the principal investigator. I would have received payments for these roles; as well as reimbursement for the staff I employed for these trials; as well as reimbursement for attendance at investigator meetings. Because of my profile through these trials, I would also have accepted invitations to a variety of international conferences. I would also have delivered lectures at pharma-sponsored conferences, for which I received payments. For all these activities, I have received emoluments from many different pharmaceutical companies.