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Kylo Ren reads Pulse every month - do you?

An exclusive invitation from Pulse

kylo ren reads pulse

kylo ren reads pulse

They say you get what you pay for, but not with Pulse. Our monthly magazine has been an unrivalled resource for GPs for nearly 60 years- and remains completely free.

I am inviting you to receive a print edition of Pulse every month at your work, or home address. It does not matter if you are a GP partner, salaried or a locum, if you want to keep up to date, laugh along with our columnists and get some top-quality CPD at the same time then click here to sign up for a free copy.

The catch? There isn’t one. Pulse is the only magazine in the UK dedicated to providing the best news, analysis and educational materials to GPs and as long as you are practising GP you can receive a copy free of charge.

Here are some of the benefits:

  • A digest of the month’s news and what it means for GPs
  • Our exclusive columnists: Copperfield, Dr Zoe Norris, Dr Shaba Nabi and Dr Des Spence
  • Nearly 50 hours of CPD per year, completely independent of any commercial influence
  • Case-studies and advice articles on how GPs around the country are running their practices

If you have any queries about your Pulse subscription, then please contact subscriptions@cogora.com.

May the force be strong with you,

Nigel Praities

Editor of Pulse

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Readers' comments (3)

  • Vinci Ho

    The strength of Pulse:

    Luke Skywalker: I’ve seen this raw strength only once before. It didn’t scare me enough then. It does now.

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  • Thats not Kylo Ren. Its a slightly charred Jeremy Hunt avoiding responsibility as usual.

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  • "Feel the Farce" that is the current NHS.

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