Next week sees a major development of
Community Care magazine.
A 30 per cent increase in editorial pages will
mean more news, more features, more practice coverage and more
comment and analysis.
The magazine will broaden its content to
ensure readers can keep up with developments in the new, wider
world of social care, and will continue to champion the skills and
values of its readers on this wider stage.
The design will change to make the magazine
easier to navigate for a readership with increasingly individual
and specialist needs, and the magazine will be in an A4 format.
Community Care editor Polly Neate
said: “Our readers are no strangers to change and neither are we.
In order to continue to champion our readers, we need to evolve as
their services evolve, reflecting the realities of social care
today and exploring the possibilities of social care tomorrow.”