GP is best-read tabloid newspaper

GP is currently the best-read weekly newspaper for GPs according to the latest research from the National Medical Readership Survey.

Figures for the past six months put GP's readership at 52 per cent, ahead of Pulse at 45 per cent.

GP's sister title MIMS is now the second most used medical title, with 54 per cent of GPs referring to the prescribing guide each month.

Every GP in the UK is entitled to receive GP free of charge, providing they register.

Over the past year, 29,601 GPs have registered to receive GP. To guarantee your copy, visit www.healthcarerepublic.com/reader.

The GP team would like to thank all of our readers for their ongoing support.

Source: NMRS TAIR six months ending February 2009.

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