GP IRELAND

Representing general practitioners (GPs) across Ireland, the National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP) is a major influencer of national healthcare policy, negotiating and lobbying on behalf of general practice. GP Ireland, the NAGP's official publication, is its primary communication vehicle. Through the magazine, the association keeps GPs informed of the important developments in healthcare. Featuring must-read articles on healthcare policy, industrial relations and practice management, as well as news, interviews and clinical updates, GP Ireland taps into the heart of general practice. A must-read for all GPs, GP Ireland focuses on issues that directly impact GPs' lives, livelihoods and careers; it is a magazine by GPs for GPs.
Each issue features an in-depth cover story with commentary from the front lines of general practice, expert opinion and analysis, and more. Engaging and contemporary Design enhances the magazine's offering with striking cover images and the same high standard of creative Design carried throughout the magazine.
GP Ireland is published 10 times per year with a circulation of 2,500 per issue and readership of 4000. The magazine is direct mailed to all members of the NAGP and non-member GPs, to every GP practice in Ireland, as well to as key stakeholders in the Irish health service.

Frequency:
10 times per year

Readership profile:
General Practitioners

Circulation:
2,500

Distribution:
NAGP members, as well as, non member practices

Advertising Rates:
Full Page €1,850
Double Page Spread €2,950
Outside Back Cover €2,100
Inside Front Cover €2,100
Half Page €1,200
10x4 €1,200

Specifications:
Page size: 210mm x 297mm
Bleed size: 216mm x 303mm
Type area: 185mm x 270mm
Half page: 185mm x 132mm

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