Inside the Pharmaceutical Journal
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Find out what other readers found useful in April 2016 and discover the most popular articles and sections on pharmaceutical-journal.com
What RPS members are anonymously telling The Royal Pharmaceutical Society via the content they read on Pharmaceutical-journal.com
On the various article types with a ‘learning element’, and the concept of ‘learning object’ adopted by Pharmaceutical Journal Publications.
On the changes happening in The Pharmaceutical Journal and Clinical Pharmacist.
Arash Hejazi summarises the changes to The Pharmaceutical Journal in the past twelve months and explains the upcoming changes to The Pharmaceutical Journal and Clinical Pharmacist.
Since the launch of the new Pharmaceutical-journal.com platform in July 2014, a number of our users have been requesting us to bring back the PDF files, especially for Learning and CPD articles. While we have been trying to answer those queries on a case-by-case basis, I thought maybe we should explain our rationale for the decision not to include PDF files of the articles that already exist online.
You can see that a lot has changed. Almost everything has changed with the online platform for Pharmaceutical Journal Publications, now presented to you as pharmaceutical-journal.com. If you read our previous posts on this very blog, you should already know what we are doing here. But I will try to do a re-cap on how you can use our website to reach the content that you seek.
Our loyal readers have already seen the new re-designed and re-structured version of The Pharmaceutical Journal in print. This post explains the changes in the print edition in more detail.
Our current products (including our website, PJOnline.com) are organised around packages of content, such as articles, journals, and issues, which of course has its value. However, what was clear to us, both from surveys and the information we extracted from our website usage analytics, was the fact that our readers are trying to find information that will support them in the real world of practice, and help them to solve everyday problems. Often, they are searching for information ...
When I started as the Publisher of PJ Publications in September 2013, I began by looking at various issues of The Pharmaceutical Journal over the past 170 years. There were many things that I could think about improving, regardless of the digital/print issue (which is of course a very important component of our re-launch), such as the way we dealt with images, how we categorised our content, the way we could tell a more consistent story, or the fact that I felt many of our ...
The Pharmaceutical Journal aims to become your first and main choice on all platforms including print, online and mobile devices, enabling the advance of health care, the pharmacy profession and pharmaceutical sciences, and their wider understanding and application. We intend to create an interactive medium that addresses the various aspects of how you work with our content.
In the previous post I talked about upcoming changes to your journal. In this post I will outline a summary of changes that you will gradually see during 2014.
ou have shown us that you need news and interpretation of current policies, clinical and scientific research, and trends affecting the pharmacy profession, science, and industry, as well as career information and advice. You want it to be rapid, authoritative, insightful and arresting. It must be easily accessible so that you are well informed whenever and wherever you need this information. You want to express and share your views and concerns in an interactive way, and for your profession ...
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