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At the heart of general practice since 1960

What we provide to our audience of GPs

Pulse magazine is the number one GP magazine in the UK

Launched in 1960, Pulse sits at the heart of a highly engaged audience of 43,000 GPs. Over our long history, we have evolved our offering to ensure we continue to provide an indispensable and comprehensive range of trusted content that meets the needs of all GPs. But our core values have remained the same: to provide GPs with the information and support they need to treat their patients better and run their practices more effectively.

Our content spans political and financial news, formal CPD, cutting-edge investigations, clinical updates, thought-provoking debate and practice business advice. Our award-winning editorial team really does set the agenda, with Pulse exclusives seeing us name-checked in the national media more than 100 times in the past year alone.

Our market-leading Pulse magazine was relaunched as an in-depth monthly in 2013, providing added-value expert analysis, practical tips and education on all the big clinical, financial and political hot topics – as well as our iconic columnists, Peverley and Copperfield.  Our iPad app enables readers to watch embedded video, browse photo galleries and link up their reading with their CPD.

The PulseToday website offers up-to-the-minute news, views and practice business nuggets while Pulse Learning is an online CPD resource with almost 400 modules covering a comprehensive range of clinical, commissioning and business topics.

Our extensive email newsletter programme ensures our full range of content is delivered daily, direct to GPs’ in-boxes.

Our Pulse Live meetings are the must-attend primary care events of the year, with four sell-out meetings in London, Edinburgh, Liverpool and Birmingham in 2015 and 2016.

We have Pulse’s new and improved mobile and tablet app – which is free to download for all GPs – features each monthly issue of Pulse and also gives you access to an archive of all previous digital versions of the magazine. Click here for more information.

Also available is the Pulse Toolkit app - where GPs can download freeon mobile and tablet devices. The app offers a range of tools for GPs to assist them with patient consultations, including advice on interpretation and treatment from the relevant guidelines. The app is available on Apple or Android devices. Click here for more information.

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