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Online Advertising

Online advertising can offer you a range of different exposure options aimed at maximising your business opportunities. Utilising our digital network we are able to offer a range of different combinations for your campaign.

 

For a quote and more information on how online marketing can work for you contact:
George Haddad
T 020 7921 8114 | E george.haddad@briefingmedia.com |
A UBM Medica, Ludgate House, 245 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 9UY

Print Advertising

Pulse has a variety of different options for your print advertising. Backed by 50 years experience in the business, Pulse print media gives your business an opportunity to market your products or services to a loyal, engaged readership of GPs and Healthcare Professionals.

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For a quote and more information on how print marketing can work for you contact:
Sanjay Chudasama
T 020 7921 8128 | E sanjay.chudasama@briefingmedia.com
A UBM Medica, Ludgate House, 245 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 9UY

Classified Advertising

Pulse Classifieds can help you with all your recruitment and all other classified advertising.

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For a quote and more information contact:
Cliff Brown
T 0207 921 8124 | E clifford.brown@briefingmedia.com
A UBM Medica, Ludgate House, 245 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 9UY

 

Publication Information: Print and online

Pulse is the UK's leading medical weekly publication, counting more than 70% of GPs among our regular readers, and as a result our website pulsetoday.co.uk is a must-visit web destination for GPs and other primary care professionals.

Pulse magazine was launched in 1960 as an all-purpose toolkit for general practice, designed to keep GPs up to date with the latest practical information about their work

Pulse offers comprehensive coverage of news affecting GPs and practice staff, from clinical advances to the latest political developments. Our stories are regularly picked up by the national media and we pride ourselves on investigations and generating exclusives.

We also provide GPs with high quality clinical features written by experts in their field. These are designed to be practical and to keep GPs on top of the latest developments in clinical practice. Our business content is equally focused on delivering practical advice to GPs on how to run their practice and to help with personal finance issues.

Pulsetoday.co.uk contains all of this content and more, with extra features such as practical downloadable resources, NHS and non-NHS fees and an Ask the Expert service allowing users to get their questions answered.

 

Pulse is part of the medical division of Briefing Media. In the UK, Briefing Media also publishes Pulse's sister title Practical Commissioning, a monthly magazine focussing on practice-based commissioning, highlighting examples of best practice across the country and providing tips for GPs on how to make PBC a success in their area.

You can find Practical Commissioning online at www.practicalcommissioning.net

 


Briefing Media runs www.searchmedica.co.uk, the dedicated search engine for health professionals. By searching only the medical sites the GPs, nurses, pharmacists and medical students tell us are most important to them, SearchMedica ensures you can find what you're looking for faster more easily than on any generic search engine.

 

Briefing Media also runs www.Pulse-Learning.co.uk, this dedicated online learning  website provides CPD content for GPs. Our CPD modules cover a wide range of clinical, practice business and commissioning topics. You can earn CPD credits for the modules you complete and your certificates and learning points will be automatically stored in your Pulse Learning CPD log. With Pulse Learning, you can identify your weak spots, fill your knowledge gaps – and record all your learning in your CPD log.


 


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