New online publishing platform for TOPRA journal

Posted on 27 June 2022

Published 11 times per year, Regulatory Rapporteur is TOPRA’s respected international peer-reviewed journal. With the launch of its new online publishing platform, it is now available in a fully digital format which will complement the established print edition and enhance the reader experience with a wide range of exciting new features.

Free access to Regulatory Rapporteur is part of an exclusive set of benefits for TOPRA members aimed at supporting ongoing professional development, which includes professional registration, networking opportunities and discounts on training and courses.

The new platform will enable Regulatory Rapporteur to maintain its role as a leading source of knowledge and expertise for the global regulatory affairs community. It was selected for its wide range of functionality and ability to support the journal’s future growth, being an established platform used by a wide range of online publishers. With accessibility tools and responsiveness across devices, it will also make the journal more convenient to read and use. 

While the ongoing focus will be on sharing new content following the printed issue’s features schedule, the online platform’s signposting and intuitive search tools make it easy to locate articles of interest from past editions. Readers will also be able to find out more about the contributors, as well as the Editorial Board, and be able to search for their other contributions.  

Kevin Pay, TOPRA Chief Executive, said: ‘Taking Regulatory Rapporteur into a fully digital format represents a very exciting moment for the organisation. Firstly, it will ensure that our globally respected journal’s features and articles are easier to read than ever before, ensuring that the valuable insights within it will have a longer-lasting impact. Secondly, it demonstrates that we at TOPRA are actively looking ahead for opportunities to support our members and the wider regulatory affairs profession in new and innovative ways.’