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EMJ announces rebrand

EMJ has announced a rebrand as it seeks to play a more prominent role in global healthcare education.

EMJ announces rebrand
Spencer Gore: “We are changing so that we can provide a better service to global healthcare educators and all our partners.” Photograph: Supplied by EMJ.

The branding will include a new logo and website which will underpin EMJ's focus on ‘Achieving Gold Together’, says the publisher.

Spencer Gore, founder and executive chairman at EMJ commented: “We are changing so that we can provide a better service to global healthcare educators and all our partners and play an enhanced role in solving today and tomorrow’s healthcare problems. We have the team and the expertise to do it.”

Evgenia Koutsouki, editor of EMJ, said that the portfolio of journals would continue to champion relevant cutting-edge content, stating: “We collaborate with some of the top experts in the field to publish authoritative, ground-breaking insight to inform healthcare professionals and help them meet challenges head-on every day.”

Chairman of EMJ medical advisory board, Professor Jonathan Sackier, added: “EMJ is aspiring to support healthcare education across the globe.

“The refreshed brand supports new energy to push on into a new decade, building on our excellent partnerships with the world’s biggest pharma brands and our unrivalled insight into their key audiences.”