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Observant readers will have noticed something different about Pulse this week. The best-read GP publication has a new logo, new typefaces and a new layout.

From front to back, articles have been reorganised into a more coherent structure, making Pulse easier to read and simpler to navigate.

There's new content too. Be sure to check out our brand-new Financial section (page 34), new clinical regulars like Need To Know (page 50), Minor Ailments (page 58) and our new weekly cartoon (page 11).

The makeover has been guided by extensive research into what GPs like about Pulse – and about how we might do things better.

What hasn't changed is Pulse's commitment to provide the best weekly update, to offer practical and relevant advice and to speak up on behalf of GPs. That pledge is summed up in our new strapline: Informing. Supporting. Championing.

We hope you like your new Pulse. Be sure to let us know what you think about it.

Phil Johnson, Editor

pmjohnson@cmpinformation.com

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