Custom Print/Publishing

Submitted by admin on Wed, 01/16/2019 - 16:13
Advertorial
Advertorial Example

Company to sponsor an advertorial to CLD or EPLD. The company will provide HMP with the author. The managing editor will contact the author to provide deadlines and specifics for article submission. (Content may be a clinical case overview, article featuring a product, physician interview, etc). The company will have the opportunity to review all content prior to publication. Cost includes two tabloid pages of content as well as a full page print advertisement. The published advertorial will be archived on the publication’s website. Additional promotional opportunities are available (eBlasts, social media posts, reprints, etc).


 

 

 

Clinical Case Update
Clinical Case Update Example

HMP will contact the clinician chosen by the company for the purpose of having him/her provide a successful case highlighting one or more of the company’s products/devices. The CCU is typically two to four pages. Once approved, the piece will be tipped or polybagged with CLD, JIC, and/or EPLD. The content is also archived on the publication’s website. Additional promotional opportunities are available (eBlasts, social media posts, reprints, etc.)

 

Supplement
Supplement Example

Supplement to be published by HMP and funded by the company. The company will select the faculty, title and topics for the Supplement. HMP will coordinate every detail of the project. The Supplement will be polybagged with an issue of CLD, JIC, and/or EPLD. Additional promotional opportunities are available (eBlasts, social media posts, reprints, etc). Supplements are typically 8+ pages.


 

Sponsored Section
Sponsored Section Example

The company to sponsor a section (2 ½ pages-vertical) in CLD or EPLD for 1 year. The company will supply the final content and headshot to HMP each month. Content may be a clinical case overview, article featuring a product, physician interview, etc. but must be clinician bylined. (Word count and deadlines to be provided by HMP).