Long Island City, NY (PRWEB) May 5, 2006
I am delighted to introduce an exciting new initiative from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Citroen Wolf Communications.
Together, we will be publishing and distributing a new publication promoting the health and well-being of children that will enable you to reach over 500,000 families with children ages seven and older.
Tentatively titled Kids’ Health, this publication will feature quality editorial and showcase products in a vehicle to be given to parents of pediatric patients by over 4,000 of our member nurse practitioners. NAPNAP prides itself in the caliber of our members which include practicing professionals and distinguished faculty, who are national child health care experts and respected authors.
You will have an opportunity to support, through advertising, a publication that will include valuable information on what parents and nurse practitioners can do to keep kids healthy today. Magazine-like articles and features will appear at the front of the booklet, to be followed by valuable incentives, discounts and benefits relating to products and services of interest to families with children aged seven and older.
NAPNAP is a professional association of approximately 7,000 registered pediatric nurse practitioners dedicated to the health and wellness of children. Established in 1973, NAPNAP actively advocates for children's health by providing funding, education, and research opportunities to pediatric nurse practitioners, influencing legislation that affects child health care, and producing and distributing educational materials to parents and families.
Citroen Wolf Communications (CWC) is a leading publisher of business-to-consumer publications with a particular emphasis in health and wellness. With offices in New York City, London and Germany, CWC excels in creating national and international specialized publications, often tied to incentive programs, to targeted audiences.
NAPNAP believes that the publication and incentive/benefits program is a great way to reach out to parents about the health of their children. We invite you to partner with us in this exciting endeavor. For more information, please contact Neil Agble of Citroen Wolf Communications at 646/274-7272, ext 105.
Karen KellyThomas, PhD, RNC, FAAN