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Pulse PCN will move to a fully digital format after publishing its last print issue this winter.
The brand will continue to serve the clinical director community with news, interviews, insight and features through its twice weekly newsletters and a new microsite, accessed via the Pulse website, which is launching soon.
The final print magazine is the Winter 2023 issue which will focus on digital transformation of primary care and will be out in December, ahead of its parent title Pulse’s final print issue in January 2024.
It was launched to meet the interests of the then-new clinical directors and in February 2022 it won the ‘Launch of the Year’ category at the prestigious British Society of Magazine Editors (BSME) awards.
In March 2022 news reporter Jess Hacker was brought on board delivering dedicated and exclusive news stories online.
Pulse PCN editor Victoria Vaughan said: ‘It has been fantastic to be editor of the print supplement since its launch in 2021 and serve this small community of clinical directors and showcase their hard work via a quarterly magazine.
‘Jess and I will continue to work with our four-strong editorial board to deliver the same relevant and engaging content online through our newsletters and a great new space on the Pulse main site which will allow our readers to view articles more easily.’
The move to a fully digital format comes in response to the evolving media landscape and will enable the team to provide more immediate content to subscribers.