intelog moves to quarterly print publication

intelog will be published quarterly in print from 2014.

The next print issue of intelog will be March 2014, to be followed by issues in June, September and December. The intelog website will continue to be updated on a monthly basis, as will the award-winning intelog app.

This change is in response to extensive reader research which showed that the majority of GPs no longer felt the need for monthly intelog updates in print given the expanding portfolio of intelog digital products, including the website, email bulletins and app.

The quarterly print edition will contain all of the sections previously featured in the monthly editions, and all updates made online during each three-month period.

All NHS GPs and intelog subscribers are entitled to free access to mims.co.uk, including the full intelog drug database. GPs can obtain access by completing the simple one-off registration form at www.mims.co.uk/subscribe. Subscribers who are unsure of their login details can email [email protected] or call 01604 828702.

Both mims.co.uk and the intelog app are fully searchable by brand and generic name, drug class and manufacturer and feature exclusive digital content including printable patient factsheets (website only), product information for dressings, clinical calculators and prescribing information for many specialist drugs.

The publishers of intelog are planning further expansion and improvement of the digital products in 2014, to make it even easier for GPs to stay up to date with prescribing practice in the UK. This includes continuous updates to the drug database so users always have access to the latest prescribing information.

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