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Nursing in Practice going fully digital after final print issue in December

Nursing in Practice going fully digital after final print issue in December

Nursing in Practice is to move to a fully digital format at the end of this year, publishing its last edition in print in December.

Nursing in Practice’s usual content for nurses across primary care, including daily news, opinions, professional and clinical articles, will continue to be published daily at

This comes as the team proudly celebrates more than 20 years of the publication of Nursing in Practice, as the leading publication for nurses working in general practice and the community.

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.

The final print edition, published in December, will include a detailed look back at some of the standout covers and lead features from past years.

Nursing in Practice’s editor Carolyn Scott said: ‘Our team are looking ahead to delivering another useful and interesting programme of content and hard-hitting news next year.

‘Our printed publications have of course been a joy to produce and design over the years, and we are thankful to our advisory panel, nurse authors, journalists and others who have contributed to their success. We will continue to deliver the same online, giving people easy access to the information, debate and clinical updates as they need them.’

Ms Scott added: ‘We enjoy sharing our analysis and articles with everyone on our website, and we look forward to speaking to as many readers as possible over the coming months, to find out what they want more of. Please do let us know.’

And 2024 will be another busy year of working alongside our events team, delivering CPD though our online platform nursinginpractice365, plus live events around the UK.

Readers who are not already signed up can register for our regular newsletters, or download the Nursing in Practice app, to access news as it happens.

Pulse magazine and the Pulse PCN supplement, published by Cogora for GPs and primary care network clinical directors, will also be switching to a fully digital format.

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