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Some changes to PulseToday



You might have noticed some changes on the website. We have given it a redesign to help keep you more easily up to date with the latest industry news, views and updates, as well as clinical and professional articles, features, blogs and interviews.

As an existing user, we will be asking you to reset your password to gain full access to the site again. This should only take a couple of minutes – as always, the site remains free for all GPs.

If you have any questions or require any assistance, please contact us on 020 7214 0551 or email us on subscriptions@cogora.com.

At the same time, as with all website relaunches, we do expect some gremlins. One of these is that we have been unable to transfer comments over. We will also be implementing a new comment moderation policy in the next few weeks, so keep an eye out for that.

If you spot anything else wrong with the website, please let us know at editor@pulsetoday.co.uk.

As ever, we really value your readership and we hope you like the new website as much as you liked the last!  

READERS' COMMENTS [12]

Anonymous 16 September, 2020 5:02 pm

So all previous comments ( in my case , ten years ) are dismissed , I suppose ?
No worries , life goes on

Anonymous 16 September, 2020 5:03 pm

Vinci Ho

Anonymous 17 September, 2020 11:57 pm

Ha ha. Too many negative comments about Dr K and NHSE and suddenly the slate is wiped clean. And where has Dr Gerada’s column about surviving Covid gone?. She’s been top of the most popular column for 6 months and suddenly vanished overnight

The font is too small. I’m getting ready to retire and I can’t read this tiny stuff

Not impressed with the relaunch so far Pulse

Anonymous 18 September, 2020 9:53 am

Yeah, are the old comments being brought over with the relaunch? I sometimes reread my excellently researched and worded comments to brighten my day….. And not impressed with the anonymity still. It is the mask of the cowardly, the veil of the irrational and impulsive. Hope my name actually comes up 🙂

Anonymous 18 September, 2020 9:53 am

^^ That’s odd, I’m signed in with my account, yet comes up as anonymous….. Christopher Ho

Anonymous 18 September, 2020 10:30 am

I often re-read my own comments which serve as an ideal barometer of my failing mental health. Now that this is lost, and I need an appointment via NHS 111 to see a mental health professional in A+E, I feel utterly at sea. It looks like Covid-19 has infected Pulses computers. IDGAF.

Anonymous 18 September, 2020 11:25 am

Reassuring that it’s not just me who finds the new layout etc ‘Rubbish’.

John Graham Munro 19 September, 2020 9:48 am

MY NAME IS DR. JOHN GRAHAM MUNRO AND I WISH TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS. —AS YOU KNOW MR. MODERATOR,–EVERY TIME I ADD A COMMENT ABOUT DR. KANANI’S ANTICS AND DIATRIBE IT IS TAKEN DOWN AS BEING DEEMED LIBELLOUS—-SIT BACK AND THINK ABOUT THE ABOVE COMMENTS MR, KAFFASH

Zainab Shafeek 19 September, 2020 8:11 pm

The change should be to the better not to the worse, not enjoying reading pulse as before.

Douglas Salmon 21 September, 2020 4:26 pm

Pulse has a history of censoring adverse factual comments or opinion about certain members of the (self appointed) “Great and Good” of the GP world, on the spurious grounds of potential libel.

Tina Boyle 21 September, 2020 7:05 pm

Pulse changes are awful! the comments have dramatically reduced and the new format is terrible. Am signing out for a while, till things improve or are reverted. Whichever Pulse decides it need to do.

Paul Attwood 30 September, 2020 4:13 pm

I have it on some authority that the changes to the comments section in terms of attribution are being rethought, perhaps to get back to the status quo ante. Don’t take too long Pulse and try and bring back the historical comments as mine go back quite a few years.

The reduction in the comments traffic itself should serve as a warning. Hoping that it will pick up would be a wrong move.