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The magazine emergency physicians trust,
redesigned for today’s healthcare professional

The EPM Difference


Authenticity = Engagement

For nearly 25 years, Emergency Physicians Monthly (EPM) has been the independent voice for emergency medicine. Founded by practicing physician Mark Plaster, EPM is now led by Dr. Judith Tintinalli, an internationally-renowned medical educator and textbook author. Along with senior editors Nicholas Genes, MD, PhD and William Sullivan, DO, JD, Tintinalli and Plaster parse the issues and ask the hard questions in editorial that speaks to docs in the trenches. For that reason, Emergency Physicians Monthly has frequently ranked the highest in the market for cover-to-cover readership.

Independence Matters

In an age when skepticism about establishment news has never been higher, Emergency Physicians Monthly represents that independent dialogue that readers long for. Wholly separate from medical societies and multi-national publishers, Emergency Physicians Monthly is able to put lobbyists in the hot seat and challenge big business interests.

Multi-Channel, Multi-Media

EPM offers a range of digital vehicles for reaching the publication’s engaged audience online, from web banners to email newsletters to social media advertising. Boost your brand in Telemedicine Magazine, EPM’s new special interest publication dedicated to innovations in healthcare. For those companies seeking face-to-face events, EPM has multiple ways to put you in front of potential buyers. Bottom line: tell us your goals and we’ll tailor an ad campaign specifically to you.

Design Forward

Let’s face it, most trade publications have a certain look. It’s more 1997 than 2017. At EPM we think readers shouldn’t have to suffer bad design just because they’re reading about healthcare. You’ve put hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars into your product and brand development. Pair it with EPM’s modern design aesthetic which will complement your brand, not drag it down.


 


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