The next print issue will sport a refreshed design and a spanking new cover. The new design builds on IN's strong brand which has been built over the past eight years. Sharp and inviting design is key to presenting messages. The new design will alllow the quality of our content to shine.
Yet, in today's world, no magazine can deliver the information its readers rely on without vying for their attention with a responsive website. Using our new website we will set the news agenda for primary care nurses. We will bring you the daily news before you know you need it, covering clinical and professional issues. You will be able to access the relevant clinical content, professional guidance and insight across devices.
A standout improvement is in the functionality of the new website. Searching for articles is easy and the site presents related information for your convenience. This is a feature that I value on websites as it saves time and makes research easy.
We in the IN office hope that www.independentnurse.co.uk becomes the 'go to' site for primary care news and accessible, digestible clinical and professional content.
On a different note, the RCN has finally appointed a primary healthcare and community professional lead after a protracted period during which nurses in primary care have had no-one to represent them. Marina Lupari is due to begin her role on 1 September and I am looking forward to meeting her. IN will be interviewing her so get in touch with anything you would like me to put to her.
I hope you like the developments at IN. Whether you do or don't please get in touch by leaving a comment on the new website or in the usual way at IN@markallengroup.com.