The February AJP print magazine is due to land in your mailbox this week, with an updated look and content
Readers of the AJP print magazine will notice things look similar, but a little different, in the February magazine – due to land in letterboxes in the first week of the month.
For our first edition of 2021 we have given the magazine a bit of an update in style, and to a smaller degree, in its content.
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, while retaining the AJP look and feel.
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 our online readers and we feel they deserve to be seen in print as well.
Other features of note in the February issue are:
- A look at upcoming changes to E-cigarette scheduling
- A review of December-January developments regarding COVID-19 vaccine plans
- Our usual quality clinical features and CPD-accredited education articles
As always, let us know what you think of these and the other changes we’ve made. We always welcome you feedback.