Inside the Pharmaceutical Journal
Last year saw a significant shift in the pharmacy landscape, with calls to better utilise the clinical knowledge and skills of pharmacists, and expand their role within the multidisciplinary team.
Features about new cholesterol-busting drugs, the use of ketamine to treat depression and the regulation of clinical trials in India were the most popular of those published online in 2015.
Practical articles on topics of everyday relevance prove popular in 2015
Junk food tax, statins prescribing and opioid painkiller addiction were among the most read topics in the opinion section in 2015.
What RPS members are anonymously telling The Royal Pharmaceutical Society via the content they read on Pharmaceutical-journal.com
Career articles that give pharmacists practical advice on changing jobs, sectors or country of practice again proved popular with online readers of The Pharmaceutical Journal, Clinical Pharmacist and Tomorrow’s Pharmacist.
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.
Benedict Lam takes a look back on the most popular and talked about comment pieces of 2014
Using visual representations of data to tell a story is proving popular, with infographic features taking first, second and third place in the top five features of 2014.
Our response to the Ebola outbreak is a sign of how our learning content is changing to meet your needs.
Harriet Adcock provides a rundown of the top ten news stories of 2014.
Online readers of the Pharmaceutical Journal, Clinical Pharmacist and Tomorrow’s Pharmacist were drawn to practical advice about starting or advancing their career, according to statistics on careers articles published in 2014.
Many readers have asked how to print CPD questions on the Pharmaceutical Journal website. Chris Chapman describes the new solution
Chris Chapman explains how The Pharmaceutical Journal analyses website data in order to hone content to what is in demand
How can Tomorrow’s Pharmacist be more relevant to you?
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.
Chris Chapman describes the new learning section on the Pharmaceutical Journal website
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.