Health Service Journal

Health Service Journal
HSJ Logo.png.jpg
EditorAlastair McLellan
CategoriesDigital Healthcare News Publication
FormatOnline
Year founded1892
CompanyWilmington
CountryUnited Kingdom
Based inAldgate, London
LanguageEnglish
Websitewww.hsj.co.uk
ISSN0952-2271

Health Service Journal (HSJ) is a news service which covers the English National Health Service, healthcare management and health policy.

History[]

The Poor Law Officers' Journal was established in 1892. In 1930 it changed its name after the passing of the Local Government Act 1929 to the Public Assistance Journal and Health and Hospital Review,[1] then in 1948 it became the Hospital and Social Service Journal. In 1963 it became the Hospital and Social Service Review, in 1973 the Health and Social Service Journal and the Health Service Journal in 1986. It was part of a group of business-to-business titles published by the Emap group which was purchased by the Guardian Media Group in 2008.[3]

In 2008 it had an average circulation of almost 18,000 copies, most of which were by subscription.[2] It was part of a group of business-to-business titles published by the Emap group which was purchased by the Guardian Media Group in 2008.[3] In October 2015 the title's owners announced that print ions would be phased out over the next eighteen months, with the HSJ expected to be in the first tranche.[4] In January 2017 the title was bought by Wilmington plc for £19 million.[5]

In 2016, HSJ announced to go digital only, giving insight into every NHS sector and region. In January 2017 the title was bought by Wilmington plc for £19 million.[5]

Content[]

Primarily aimed at "healthcare leaders", it is widely read among managers in the NHS in England. It covers a range of subject areas including commissioning, performance, finance, mental health and technology.[citation needed]

In 2014 it launched HSJ Intelligence which is aimed at suppliers looking to understand their NHS partners and prospects. In 2016 it launched HSJ Solutions, this platform provides validated best practice case studies in the NHS. It contains shortlisted and winning entries from all three awards programmes.[citation needed]

Events

It runs 15 events annually where attendees gain insight from a group of senior healthcare figures on topics ranging from mental to healthcare policy. The HSJ Awards recognise and celebrate excellence and innovation in the NHS, showcasing the service's most influential leaders and workforce projects and their innovations.[citation needed]

Awards[]

At the 2013 Professional Publishers' Association awards or Alastair McLellan was named or of the year in the business media category.[6] In 2014 HSJ was named PPA business magazine of the year.[7]

In 2014 it was named PPA business magazine of the year.[8]

In 2017, HSJ won best online media property or brand: B2B and HSJ Solutions won best digital launch at the AOP Digital Publishing Awards. In the same, year the Professional Publishers Association awarded HSJ Solutions, Digital Innovation Of The Year (Business Media) at the PPA Awards.

References[]

  1. ^ "Reform of the National Health Service Chronology". Socialist Health Association. Retrieved 15 December 2013.
  2. ^ "ABC Business Magazines Standard certificate of circulation for the 50 issues between 1 July 2007 and 30 June 2008" (pdf). ABC Business Magazines. 2008-08-21. Retrieved 2008-09-04.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Ponsford, Dominic (5 January 2017). "Drapers, Construction News , Nursing Times and other former Emap titles put up for sale". Press Gazette. Retrieved 25 October 2017.
  4. ^ Sweney, Marc (5 October 2015). "Emap brand to be scrapped as all its titles move digital-only". The Guardian. Retrieved 25 October 2017.
  5. ^ Turvill, William (19 January 2017). "Media firm Ascential expects more sales soon after discharging health service magazine for £19m". City A.M. Retrieved 24 October 2017.
  6. ^ "PPA Awards 2013: Wired and Haymarket Network among the winners". Media Week. Retrieved 22 August 2014.
  7. ^ "PPA Awards winners 2014". PPA. Retrieved 22 August 2014.

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