GDG meetingDeclaration of interest
First GDG meeting
(24th & 25th June 2010)
She declared a personal pecuniary interest: received payment from Roche Diagnostic to attend a one day event to discuss the future of anticoagulants (24th March 2010). She declared that she knew of no personal family interest, non-personal pecuniary interest or personal non-pecuniary interest.
Second GDG Meeting
(21st July 2010)
She did not attend this meeting.
Third GDG Meeting
(9th September 2010)
No change.
Fourth GDG Meeting
(14th October 2010)
No change.
Fifth GDG Meeting
(1st December 2010)
No change.
Sixth GDG Meeting
(12th January 2011)
No change.
Seventh GDG Meeting
(17th February 2011)
She did not attend this meeting.
Eighth GDG Meeting
(14th April 2011)
She declared that her personal pecuniary interest (24th March 2010) expired and she knew of no other interests to declare.
Ninth GDG Meeting
(5th May 2011)
No change.
Tenth GDG Meeting
(8th June 2011)
No change.
Eleventh GDG Meeting
(29th June 2011)
She did not attend this meeting.
Twelfth GDG Meeting
(21st July 2011)
She did not attend this meeting.
Thirteenth GDG Meeting
(13th January 2012)
No change.
Fourteenth GDG Meeting
(29th March 2012)
No change.
ActionsThe chair noted that HF personal pecuniary interest would require that she withdraw from discussions on D-dimers. HF attended the 3rd GDG meeting at 11.30 after the presentation and discussion on D-dimers.
The chair noted that HF personal pecuniary interest would require that she withdraw from discussions on D-dimers. HF attended the 4th GDG meeting at 11.30 after the presentation and discussion on D-dimers.

From: Appendix B, Declarations of Interest

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