Other Media Options
OBG MANAGEMENT'S Mission—providing America’s Ob/Gyns with clinical and practice-management information that is both sound and immediately applicable—often stretches beyond the journal itself. Here are some of the ways that OBG MANAGEMENT, working with educational grants from industry sources, gives its readers an in-depth look at advances in obstetrics and gynecology:
Supplements—Ranging in length from 16 to 64 pages or more and frequently offering Ob/Gyns the opportunity to secure CME credits, these scientific updates are polybagged with issues of OBG MANAGEMENT.
Web Forums—OBG MANAGEMENT ’s Web site offers industry sources the opportunity to provide educational grants for online forums—contained within the publication’s Web site—on specific clinical areas, diseases, or conditions. These forums will include the journal’s recent articles on the topic, synopses of the pertinent scientific literature, links to other resources, and interactive features.
Clinical Updates—These 2- to 12-page inserts in OBG MANAGEMENT, identified as material provided through an educational grant, provide an excellent way to quickly yet comprehensively disseminate information presented at specialty meetings or other scientific gatherings.
Newsletters—Our quarterly newsletters help physicians stay current with developments in a particular area of the Ob/Gyn profession. What's more, our company’s expertise in producing millions of copies of consumer health newsletters and magazines enables us to help clients coordinate their outreach to physicians and patients.
Audio and Video Tapes—Time-pressed Ob/Gyns sometimes prefer the spoken word to the written, or would rather watch a colleague perform a new surgical technique than read about how that colleague does the operation. OBG MANAGEMENT has the capability to meet these physicians’ “information-reception” preferences.
Monographs—Examining the totality of issues involved in a new procedure or diagnostic test—from patient selection and counseling to securing fair reimbursement and limiting medicolegal risks—often merits creation of a high-quality publication that company representatives can distribute when they call upon Ob/Gyns.
Consensus Conferences/Focus Groups—The rapport that OBG MANAGEMENT ’s editors enjoy with both specialty leaders and physicians in private practice allows them to convene expert panels and focus groups to explore challenges in women’s health care or to assess the feasibility of proposed solutions to those challenges.
For more information on any of the above sponsorship opportunities, contact an account representative.
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