What are the upcoming plans for AJP Daily? Plus, some news about our print and e-magazine
We will be sending out our usual AJP Daily newsletter on Monday, 25 January, but there will be no newsletter on Australia Day.
Usual newsletter service will resume on Wednesday 27 January.
I also wanted to let you know that, from Thursday 4 February, we will send all newsletter subscribers an additional two curate content newsletters per month.
These will focus on a particular topic of news and/or clinical practice interest, and will be sent in the afternoon on two Thursdays during each month. We hope you enjoy, and find useful, these easy-access topic summaries.
Also, for those of you who receive the monthly AJP print magazine or e-Magazine, our February edition, the first for 2021, will be out within the next fortnight.
We’ve decided to kick off 2021 with a revised and updated look and feel to the magazine. We believe this will keep the magazine contemporary and relevant, and retain it’s role as a source of information, analysis, entertainment, education and discussion for all pharmacists.
The design changes will allow the magazine to be even more visual, with information and comment presented in more digestible and accessible ways.
We will be including regular profiles on pharmacists who are doing different and interesting things, and this issue sees us kick off with an article on NSW pharmacists Curtis and Margaret Ruhnau, their recently redesigned pharmacy and their (successful) efforts to engage a lower and diverse socio-economic community.
We will also be running regular columns from Victorian pharmacist Angelo Pricolo. Angelo’s humorous and very pharmacy-relevant articles have been well-received by in our newsletter and we feel they deserve to be seen in print as well.
As always, let us know what you think of these and the other changes we’ve made. I always welcome you feedback.
Chris Brooker, AJP Editor