Fortnightly electronic bulletin

To keep you posted with the very latest developments in the world of research and innovation, we send out a fortnightly e-bulletin. Details of how to subscribe and contribute to the bulletin, along with the current and archive bulletins can all be found here.

Join fortnightly e-bulletin

The bulletin is currently sent directly to over 3,500 people and further cascaded to many thousands more. Subscription is free and open to anyone. If you would like to be included on this mailing list, please use the form on the left or click on the link below.

Website: Join fortnightly bulletin

Advertise in the fortnightly research and innovation e-bulletin

Following approval from the Editor, external organisations can pay to advertise within the Research and Innovation Bulletin.  A paid advert will be clearly identified within the eNewsletter and will have a fixed specification at the bottom of the eNewsletter. The Corporate Relations team will agree the rate card with the client and ensure adverts are in line with industry best practice i.e. adhere to ABPI (Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry) and ABHI (Association of British Healthcare Industries) codes of practice. Adverts must not product place; the objective of any advert should be to improve the education and professional development of the RCN membership. We do not offer editorial to advertisers to ensure the RCN retains editorial independence. Please contact Rosemary Epps, email: Rose.Epps@rcn.org.uk.

Fortnightly e-bulletin - submissions for inclusion

Please feel free to contact the Editor, Gabrielle Levy by email at gabrielle.levy@rcn.org.uk if you would like to include an entry in the bulletin. There is no charge for this service, although we would remind you that the purpose of the bulletin is as an information tool, and not a marketing tool.

Website: Fortnightly electronic bulletin - submissions for inclusion

PDF copies of the e-bulletin

The bulletin has been sent out since 1998. All current and archive copies are available.


This page was last reviewed 17 August 2015