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Postgraduate Medicine Partners with the Cardiometabolic Health Congress!
We are excited to announce our partnership with Cardiometabolic Health Congress, and the opportunity to extend discounts to our members.
The CMHC Regional Conference Series, Focus on Frontline Education, is a primary-care focused series that provides the most current and recently emerging therapies and treatment guidelines aimed at reducing global cardiometabolic risk and improving clinical outcomes. There are two upcoming conferences this year; we encourage you to register today for San Diego, taking place in less than two weeks.
To receive $50 OFF any CMHC Regional Conference use promo code PARTNERREGIONAL2017.
The Annual Cardiometabolic Health Congress, now in its 12th year, is the largest multidisciplinary conference focused solely on the prevention and management of cardiometabolic disease. The 3 ½ day event offers today's busy healthcare professionals and practitioners a unique opportunity to learn real-world solutions and strategies that can immediately be implemented and integrated into clinical practice.
To receive $100 OFF the 12th Annual CMHC in Boston use promo code PARTNERBOSTON2017.
Postgraduate Medicine launches to an additional 50,000 physicians. This summer, over 50,000 practicing physicians will receive a free print subscription to Postgraduate Medicine, indefinitely. This means that upon publication of each issue, over 50,000 targeted physicians across the US will get FREE relevant, useful, and authoritative medical information to help keep up-to-date with continuing education, guide clinical decision making and improve patient care. Publish your article in Postgraduate Medicine, today, and reap the benefits of increased visibility and high impact that come from reaching this audience directly.
In addition to this guaranteed exposure, Postgraduate Medicine also offers rapid publication options that can publish your article, fully peer-reviewed, within 3-5 weeks from first submission.
- Fast Track offers submission to online publication in 3–5 weeks.
- Rapid Track offers submission to online publication in 7–9 weeks.
Want to publish your manuscript quickly within a well-respected, peer-reviewed medical journal, and have a guaranteed audience of over 30% of your US peers working in family, general and internal medicine? Then publish with Postgraduate Medicine, a journal that has been publishing articles of vital interest to physicians since 1916.
#ReadMyResearch campaign. Ever wondered how popular an article is with media outlets or on social media? We are showcasing papers from our Medicine & Health Science journals with high Altmetric scores and impressive Facebook & Twitter downloads. Explore the articles for free today.
Postgraduate Medicine publishes PAINWeek 2015 abstracts. Postgraduate Medicine has recently published the abstract book for this year's PAINWeek conference, which was held in Las Vegas, NV, USA on September 8-12, 2015. The abstract book is free to view online.
Author Services: new look, new information just for you. Thinking about publishing your research in an academic journal but not sure how to choose where to publish, how to write your article, or what to expect from peer review or during production? To help you navigate through getting published, we’ve re-launched our Author Services website, with lots of new resources. From choosing a journal to how to measure the impact of your work, we guide you through the journal publishing process from initial idea to post-publication, plus every step in between.
Shining a light on the Sunshine Act. Postgraduate Medicine has recently published an interesting and timely article regarding the Sunshine Act and the issue of non-monetary author support. To find out more and read the article for free, click here.
- Volume 128, Issue 7 (2016)
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