Medical Communications Portfolio
CJP Medical Communications publishes a variety of materials in multiple media, including peer-reviewed and indexed medical journals, continuing medical education (CME) materials in print, online and CD-ROM formats, and online learning centers and professional communities.
|The Heart Surgery Forum
Founded in 1997, The Heart Surgery Forum (HSF) is a multimedia publication that combines an indexed online and print journal with a multimedia CD-ROM and online portal to provide education and the dissemination of clinical information in the cardiac care area. Published six times per year, HSF provides a unique manuscript review process and an expedited publishing model to shorten the time to publication of accepted submissions. The HSF web portal is a professional community that provides access to original research, educational programming, multimedia content, and a prominent peer-to-peer discussion forum.
CE Measure is the first peer-reviewed journal dedicated specifically to the art and science of healthcare educational outcomes measurement. Original manuscripts that address outcomes methodologies, results, practice-based protocols, CE conference highlights and abstracts, and case histories are published to promote vigorous academic scrutiny of this important subject.
Online since 1995, this award-winning website is among the leading internet resources for medical professionals in the specialty areas of hematology and oncology. Content includes multimedia education, original articles, product news, links, and a comprehensive image atlas.
Grand Rounds in Urology
Grand Rounds in Urology is focused on providing access to and discussion of current topics of importance in urology and related fields. It is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal distributed as a controlled circulation publication. The 10,300 recipients of each issue of the journal include urologists, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists and other health care professionals who diagnose, treat and manage patients with genitourinary problems.