If your company markets to decision makers in correctional health care, you’ll want to take advantage of these opportunities to advertise in NCCHC publications.
More than 12,000 professionals rely on CorrectCare for important information from a source they trust. And NCCHC's quarterly magazine reaches the same audience you want to reach: a broad spectrum of dedicated professionals who make and influence decisions about how best to provide health care in their facility. CorrectCare puts your message in front of the people who need—and want—to see it most. Magazine content features news, articles and commentary on topics such as clinical care, administration, ethics, law, professional development and more. The magazine is free to members of the Academy of Correctional Health Professionals, as well as thousands of professionals working in prisons, jails, juvenile facilities, departments of corrections, health departments and other agencies. It also is available online.
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Savvy professionals know that NCCHC conferences are the place to be for top-notch education and career advancement. Your ad in a conference program will get the attention of those who want to stay on top of their game. The programs are also posted at our website.
- Preliminary Program: Conference announcements are sent to 30,000 individuals involved in correctional health care. Your ad will deliver your message to this large and diverse group, even if they do not attend the meeting.
- Final Program: Distributed on-site to all attendees, the Final Program is a great way to reach a highly motivated group of professionals. The program is an indispensable resource for conference-goers, and your ad will receive excellent, repeated exposure during and after the event.
Journal of Correctional Health Care
The only national, peer-reviewed, professional journal with an exclusive focus on correctional health care, JCHC offers a unique opportunity for advertisers to reach practitioners, researchers, policy makers and institutions with an interest in this field. NCCHC's quarterly journal is edited by public health expert John R. Miles and features research, case studies and best practices in all aspects of correctional health care. A self-study exam offers continuing education credit for physicians, nurses, psychologists and Certified Correctional Health Professionals. JCHC is published by Sage Publications. For advertising information, visit http://jchc.sagepub.com.