Sunshine Act for Scotland petition Dr Peter J Gordon, Public Petitions Committee, 11 November 2014, Robert Burns Room, Scottish Parliament

The Sunshine Act for Scotland petition submitted by Dr Peter J Gordon will be considered by the Public Petitions Committee at its meeting on Tuesday 11 November 2014, in the Robert Burns Room (Committee Room 1) in the Scottish Parliament, starting at 10.00am. (around 11.30am for Sunshine Act petition to be discussed). 

Calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to introduce a Sunshine Act for Scotland, creating a searchable record of all payments (including payments in kind) to NHS Scotland healthcare workers from Industry and Commerce.”

Seats can be booked in the Public Gallery through the Scottish Parliament’s Visitor Centre, phone (0131 348 5200), by textphone (0845 270 0152), by email sp.bookings@scottish.parliament.uk. Tickets can be booked up to 7 days in advance of the meeting.

The agenda and papers for the meeting will be available on the Parliament’s website from the Thursday afternoon prior to the meeting here.

The Committee meeting will be broadcast live on the internet and can be viewed on the day here.

A substantially verbatim transcript of proceedings will be produced following the meeting and will be published on the Parliament’s website approximately one week after the meeting here.

Following the meeting the petition webpage will be updated and the outcome of the Committee’s consideration can be found here.

Posts about the Sunshine Act on Peter Gordon’s Hole Ousia blog.

Herald Editor supports Dr Peter Gordon’s Sunshine Act Petition, 18 May 2014

Doctor calls for drug payments register – Herald article 13 November 2013

 

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