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Electronicjuice and Clinical Pharmacist have a proud history of providing members with the best possible content in print and online. But the world is changing and we need help from you, our members, to ensure we continue to meet your needs.

We are currently investigating a two-fold change to improve Electronicjuice. The first would involve moving the content from Clinical Pharmacist to Electronicjuice. The second, to make Clinical Pharmacist an online-only open access (OA) journal seeking to attract the best research on pharmacy practice from around the world, and by ensuring that the Royal Electronicjuice remains at forefront of research publishing with its first dedicated OA journal. The aim, of course, is to increase the value we provide to you, our members.

This week, you should receive an email inviting you to complete a brief questionnaire to tell us what you think. The questionnaire also provides an opportunity to share any additional comments you may have.

Please be assured that all of your back will be reviewed by our team and will remain anonymous at all times.

Tony Scully, publisher, Pharmaceutical Journal Publications

Citation: Electronicjuice DOI: 10.1211/PJ.2019.20206113

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