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On Monday 14th January we will launch the new Barts-MS blog.

Please change your bookmarks and make sure you subscribe to the new blog!

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You will no longer be able to visit or comment on the old blog. But no posts or comments will be lost, we have transferred everything over to the new platform.

Here is the address for the new site:
www.msresearch.blog  

We would like to thank everyone who commented and looked at the prototype. You have really helped us to hone the blog and to improve it for our readers.

In case you missed the last post on why we are making the changes, here is that information:


Why the change?

We listened to some common problems from our readers and talked about what was and wasn't working for authors and guest bloggers too. Here are the main things we came up with:


  • It's too difficult to find past posts. You have to rely on the search function.
  • The search function itself is not that great.
  • Some of the posts are inaccessible to those without a scientific background, but those who have an interest in research are keen that the blog does not oversimplify its posts.
  • Bloggers find the back end of the blog clunky.

What are the changes?

The main functions of the new design are:

  • Categories. You'll find every blog post (will eventually be) put into a category, making it easier to find posts related to treatments, for example, or causes.
  • A search that works!
  • Clean, responsive design to make it easier to read on mobile and desktop.
  • Information on how long it takes to read a post and how complex/scientific the language and concepts are.
  • Better editing tools when writing posts

It's really important to know that no content is being deleted in the transfer. To confirm, ALL old posts and comments will be transferred over. 






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