2014CORPORATE SUPPORTCATALOG The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists A C O G The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 2014 FINAL PROGRAM 62nd AC M McCormick Place Lakeside Center Chicago, Illinois n April 26-30, 2014 ACM #304 #1629 #2209 #1437 #2237 #2200 #1909 #1117 #1325 #1420 #2009 #1316 #401 #2109 #1823 #2017 #2131 #1517 #701 #1417 #505 #1424 #1601 #1701 #2105 Available to all registered attendees See reverSe for ruleS and regulationS sCAvenger HUnT 2014 Corporate Support Catalog Contents Table of Contents Annual Clinical Meeting 1 Special Projects, Campaigns and Initiatives 6 Publications and Media Advertising 10 Research Fellowships Program 11 CREOG Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology 12 Medical Student Outreach 13 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (the College) is a membership organization of more than 58,000 professionals. We are the preeminent leader in advocating quality health care for women; maintaining the highest clinical and educational standards for women’s health physicians; promoting patient education, understanding and involvement in medical care; and increasing awareness of issues affecting women’s health. The College maintains relationships with a variety of corporations, foundations and other organizations committed to fostering excellence in women’s health care. The College accepts financial and in-kind support only if such acceptance does not pose a conflict of interest and in no way impacts the College’s objectivity, priorities and actions. The College retains complete control of the development, implementation and assessment of all content and materials related to our work. The advertising, marketing and sponsorship options presented in this catalog offer you and your organization the opportunity to support our efforts. All options are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis, with right of first refusal given to the previous cycle’s advertiser or sponsor until Monday, November 18, 2013. To learn more about how you can make a difference, contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. 2014 Corporate Support Catalog 1 Annual Clinical Meeting • Recognition in College Publications • Special Banner • Booth Space Points = 1% of your Annual Support • Ten Tickets to the President’s Party • Two Sets Advance Registration Labels1 and Two Sets Post Registration Labels • Two Membership Lists2 Platinum $100,000+ Gold $50,000+ Silver $25,000+ Bronze $10,000+ Recognition in College Publications Recognition in College Publications Recognition in College Publications Recognition in College Publications Special Banner Special Banner Special Banner Special Banner 1,000 Points toward Booth Space 500 Points toward Booth Space 250 Points toward Booth Space 100 Points toward Booth Space Eight Tickets to the President’s Party Six Tickets to the President’s Party Four Tickets to the President’s Party Two Tickets to the President’s Party Two Sets Advance Registration Labels1 and Two Sets Post Registration Labels Two Sets Advance Registration Labels1 and One Set Post Registration Labels Two Sets Advance Registration Labels1 One Set Advance Registration Labels1 Two Membership Lists2 One Membership List2 1 For a nominal fee, one email blast is available in lieu of one set of advance registration labels. Labels and/or email blast must be requested before March 17, 2014. 2 Membership lists must be requested prior to the end of the calendar year. Annual Clinical Meeting Benefits Unless otherwise noted, all options and opportunities in this catalog count toward your Annual Clinical Meeting Club Level. President's Cabinet $200,000+ The 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting April 26-30, 2014 Chicago, Illinois 2 2014 Corporate Support Catalog Annual Clinical Meeting ACM Relaxation Lounge $75,000 Located on the exhibit hall floor and open Monday through Wednesday, the Relaxation Lounge provides attendees a place to relax between sessions, receive a massage, get a shoe shine, unwind with Wii Sports and taste delicious finger foods and mini desserts. Sponsor will receive prominent exposure in the Lounge and ACM materials. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Floor Plan and Locator Kiosks $25,000 per kiosk (Four Available) Attendees will depend on these kiosks to help navigate the show floor and make the most of their time in the exhibit hall. The kiosks allow attendees to search exhibitors by company name, booth number, or product category. Advertiser’s company name, logo and homepage will shine on the interactive floor plan. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Book Store Bags $5,000 The Book Store is open throughout the entirety of the ACM. Used by shoppers every day, your customized bags may be printed with your product or corporate logo and/or booth number on one side and College logo and text on the other. Advertiser must provide bags that meet specific strength criteria. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Fun Run/Walk $25,000 With support, the Fun Run/Walk will take place on Sunday, April 27th, from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All ACM registrants and their guests are welcome. Voluntary contributions benefit a worthwhile charity. Sponsor will have the option of providing water bottles, towels, t-shirts and/or other approved goods with corporate or product logos. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Rise and Shine Doc! $25,000 per day This new opportunity provides a light breakfast before Postgraduate Courses on Saturday and Sunday. Promote your company, product and booth number by supplying customized cups and napkins. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. ACM Abstracts $45,000 This popular and sought-after opportunity is back. Sponsor the electronic version of the 2014 ACM Abstracts Supplement, featuring an iPad version and an online version. Support is recognized in a variety of formats: iPad band and page, online banners and featured box, ACM sponsorship credit, and more. Contact Bethann H. Sands, Advertising Account Manager, Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, (215)882-1097 or bethann.sands@wolterskluwer.com. Restrooms $25,000 This high-visibility branding opportunity allows you to place approved, non-adhesive materials in restrooms throughout the convention center. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Hotel Mirror Clings $25,000 per day Have your ad or message waiting for guests at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers and the Chicago Hilton Hotel upon entering their rooms. Your “can’t miss” message will be placed on a static cling wrap that will be affixed to the bathroom mirror. Marketing area is 8” x 11” and may include corporate or product information. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. E-mail Stations $20,000 In prime locations throughout the convention center, the College offers stations for attendees to access the Internet and stay linked in to their practices. Your company logo will appear on the stations, welcome screens and other signage. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Coat and Luggage Check $7,500 On the final day of the ACM, this opportunity offers visibility, convenience and peace of mind. Before traveling home, attendees who have checked out of their hotel rooms may leave their baggage in a secure area and enjoy the rest of the day on the exhibit hall floor. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. 2014 Corporate Support Catalog 3 Annual Clinical Meeting Convocation Reception $10,000 This large reception, immediately following the Convocation, offers incoming officers and Fellows the opportunity to come together and celebrate. Extensive signage recognizes your support and we welcome your customized cups and napkins. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. ACM Twitter Jumbotron $30,000 Your company can be at the epicenter of the ACM Twitterverse with this opportunity. Throughout the ACM, your company’s name, corporate or product logo and booth number will appear alongside ACOG’s robust daily ACM Twitterfeed. The ACM social media conversation will be abuzz with real-time and engaging tweets by attendees – all visible on the big screen in a high-traffic location. Support will also be recognized in various social media promotions. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Rapid Charging Stations $22,000 Charging stations help attendees to stay connected. Your corporate and/or product logo and video will play on the automated stations located throughout the convention center. Stations are capable of rapidly charging multiple mobile devices at once. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Hotel Keys $30,000 Build name recognition for your company, product or exhibit space on hotel keys for select convention hotels. Fees assigned by individual hotels are not included in the advertising fee and must be paid directly to the hotels. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Childcare/Youth Services $125,000 This outstanding sponsorship provides children (ages six months to 12 years) of attendees a safe, secure, entertaining, and educational experience through special events, youth tours, activity centers and childcare. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Partial funding welcomed. Career Center $15,000 The professionally-staffed Career Center offers stateof- the-art assistance to both job seekers and employers. Open for the entirety of the ACM; advertising and approved promotional items are welcome. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. ExpoCard $40,000 This electronically striped card, emblazoned with your advertisement, provides an efficient way for attendees to exchange contact information with exhibitors. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Shuttle Buses $75,000 The majority of attendees take advantage of the shuttle bus service. Promote your company or product to riders and the public. Exclusive advertising rights are available or a per bus option may be arranged. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Exhibit Hall Breaks $20,000 (Five Available) Refreshments will be served in multiple stations on the exhibit hall floor during session breaks. Each break offers an exhibitor the opportunity to meet and network with attendees over a hot cup of coffee served with your customized cups and napkins. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Donors’ Lounge $15,000 This very popular amenity for the College’s individual donors is the place to relax, grab a quick bite to eat and network with colleagues. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Mothers’ Lounge $5,000 The Mothers’ Lounge is for registered attendees who are nursing mothers. Sponsor supplies disposable breast pumps and may provide promotional materials, as well as cups and napkins. The sponsor will receive additional recognition on signage. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. 4 2014 Corporate Support Catalog Annual Clinical Meeting ACM Final Program Advertising $5,000 to $25,000 Distributed with registration materials, the ACM Final Program includes comprehensive information on the sessions and programs. Deadline for advertising is Monday, February 10, 2014. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Black and White Four-Color Half-Page Run of Book $5,000 Full-Page Run of Book $7,500 Inside Front Cover $15,000 Inside Back Cover $15,000 Back Cover $25,000 Exhibit Hall Map and Schedule-at-a-Glance $25,000 This invaluable resource is a huge hit every year! By combining the exhibit hall map, a host city map, and a condensed schedule, this publication ensures that attendees’ time on and off the exhibit hall floor is as effective and enjoyable as possible. Advertiser’s product or corporate logo and booth space are prominently displayed. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Ob-Gyn Reporter Program $150,000 This sponsorship allows for residents from all 12 Districts to attend the ACM. The four-day structured schedule allows for networking among peers and for experiencing all segments of the scientific program. Sponsorship must be confirmed before January 3, 2014. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Convention Center Banners $5,000 to $20,000 The banner advertising program offers exhibitors the opportunity to promote new products or reposition an existing product. For specific locations and pricing, contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. ACM Exhibitor Scavenger Hunt $3,000 Exhibitor Bingo has a new name: ACM Exhibitor Scavenger Hunt. Same great traffic generator, same affordable price! Attendees must visit and collect stickers from all participating exhibitors to complete the Scavenger Hunt. Attendees may return their completed game card to the ACOG Booth for a chance to win a daily grand prize. Open to only 25 exhibitors. Bingo participants from 2013 retain right of refusal until November 18, 2013. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Directional Signs $15,000 These meter panels, with your product or corporate logo, are located in high-traffic areas throughout the convention center. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Film Festival $20,000 Attendees are able to view the latest techniques, best practices and new medical advances at the Film Festival. Experts introduce each film and a moderated question and answer session follows. This sponsorship is also available for permanent endowment. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Local Advertising and Marketing Options Chicago offers interesting and unique advertising and marketing opportunities. Whether you would like to work with the local mass transit system, taxicab companies, or even the airport authority, we want to ensure that your efforts succeed. Please contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org to share your ideas and to learn about our approval process and any related fees. Independent Annual Clinical Meeting Support $2,500+ For our exhibitors who cannot decide among all of the fantastic advertising, branding and sponsorship opportunities available, we also accept independent meeting support. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. 2014 Corporate Support Catalog 5 Annual Clinical Meeting The Deadline for ACM Advertising and Sponsorships is March 17, 2014 Additional ACM Advertising and Marketing Opportunities To help your company maximize its exposure at the Annual Clinical Meeting, we offer the following additional opportunities. These options do not carry ACM Club Level credit. ACM Product Theater This marketing opportunity offers your company the perfect venue to provide an interactive non-CME presentation to meeting attendees eager to learn about new products, technologies and services. The ACM Product Theater will be accessible during specific hours Monday, April 28th through Wednesday, April 30th in the exhibit hall. These 60 minute segments will be exclusive lunch time opportunities. The College will provide lunch, logistical assistance, basic audiovisual equipment, and one AV technician during the presentation period. For more information or to reserve a presentation time slot, please contact Arthinia Morgan at (202)863-2437 or amorgan@acog.org. Satellite Symposia Satellite symposia offer the opportunity to provide education, demonstrate your commitment to quality patient care, and build your corporate brand. Satellite symposia are open to all registered meeting attendees free of charge. Companies have the option of sponsoring either CME or non-CME sessions. These sessions should provide ACM attendees with novel and innovative approaches to issues impacting physicians in the area of obstetrics and gynecology. Limited breakfast and evening time slots are available. For more information or to reserve a time slot, please contact Arthinia Morgan at (202)863-2437 or amorgan@acog.org. Doctors’ Bags Capture attendees’ attention each morning with literature and promotional information delivered to their doors. These bags, filled with your promotional materials, will be placed on every participant’s hotel door each morning. For more information and rates, please contact Ascend Media at (913)469-1110. ACM News Reinforce your message with three separate issues distributed daily during the Annual Clinical Meeting. For more information and rates, please contact Ascend Media at (913)469-1110. Mailing Labels Connect with attendees before and after the ACM. Exhibitors have the opportunity to purchase the advance registration or post registration mailing labels. For more information and rates, please contact Arthinia Morgan at (202)863-2437 or amorgan@acog.org. Questions About Exhibiting? For information about exhibiting at the ACM or ACOG Annual District Meetings (ADMs), contact Arthinia Morgan at (202)863-2437 or amorgan@acog.org. 6 2014 Corporate Support Catalog Special Projects, Campaigns and Initiatives Special Projects, Campaigns and Initiatives How I Practice Video Series $25,000 This online educational (non-CME) video series offers short video segments, presented by distinguished ob-gyns, addressing important issues and topics facing practitioners. A broad variety of obstetric, gynecologic, women’s health advocacy and patient safety and quality improvement topics are covered. Each segment includes our expert presenting a specific topic, procedure, or condition. All videos produced during a calendar year include permanent recognition of that year’s supporters. Each video remains available and in rotation throughout the year and into the future until guidelines, technology or terminology necessitates revisions. Limit of four supporters each year. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Patient-Powered Data Portal $50,000 (Shared Support Welcomed) With the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s Patient-Powered Research Network efforts, the Women’s Health Registry Alliance is seeking to build the national infrastructure for a common patient portal to submit data and participate in patient centered outcomes research projects across a variety of domains including weight management, use of prescription and nonprescription drugs, environmental exposure, and other patient reported outcomes including adverse events. Patients will be able to track menstrual cycles, diet and exercise, and medical advice adherence; participate in patient reported outcome surveys and instruments; and submit personal data including electronic medical record data (via BlueButton technology). Funder recognition will be included on the patient portal website and materials. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. reVITALize Initiative Through the Women’s Health Registry Alliance, the College’s reVITALize Initiative seeks to revolutionize vital statistics and performance measurement in perinatal and women’s health care by nationally standardizing obstetric and gynecological clinical data definitions and coordinating quality improvement from the ground up. Recognition of support will be included on all campaign materials. Contact Lindsay Hoffman at (202)863-2493 or lhoffman@acog.org. Obstetrics Campaign $10,000+ (Multiple Sponsors Welcomed) Ongoing activities include a live data dictionary, educating and advocating for national implementation of these standardized obstetric data elements in electronic medical records, birth certificates, and data registries, and increasing performance measurement and implementation. Gynecology Campaign $10,000+ (Multiple Sponsors Welcomed) Based on the success of the Obstetrics Campaign, this new campaign will launch with a women’s health data stakeholder conference in December 2013. Simulation Case Video Series $25,000 (Multiple Sponsors Welcomed) This online educational (non-CME) video series will offer 15-minute video segments of obstetric and gynecologic surgery simulation performed by a team of ob-gyns, nurses and patients addressing major teamwork and communication emergencies including postpartum hemorrhage and shoulder dystocia. Dissemination will be conducted with live debriefing via interactive webcasts, postgraduate courses, and Grand Rounds. Sponsor recognition will be included on video credits. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. 2014 Corporate Support Catalog 7 Special Projects, Campaigns and Initiatives National Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Program For more than a decade, the College has operated the National Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Program (NFIMR) as a resource center for Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Programs (FIMR). FIMR is an evidence-based, local, continuous quality improvement process that uses review of infant deaths as a springboard to improve local community services and resources for women, infants and families. The FIMR process has expanded to include 220 communities in 40 states. Contact Kathleen Buckley at (202)863-1630 or kbuckley@acog.org. NFIMR Newsletter: Making Healthy Communities Happen $6,500 per issue Published three times a year and available online, this publication carries items of specific interest to Fellows, as well as consumers, advocates, public health officers, and local, state and national maternal and child health organizations. Sponsor will receive corporate recognition on the front page of the publication. NFIMR Bulletins $6,500 per bulletin Published three times a year, these educational periodicals provide in-depth information of interest to Fellows and local, state and national maternal and child health (MCH) professionals. Recent topics include Addressing Racial Disparities, Cross Cultural Expressions of Grief and Loss, and Coordinating MCH Mortality Reviews. In addition, advertising opportunities are available. Sponsor will receive corporate recognition on the front page of the publication. New Project Awards $20,000 per site NFIMR is piloting new FIMR programs to improve local services and resources for women, infants and families. Opportunities for corporate support include funding for two, two-year local demonstration projects based on best practices. Sponsor will be acknowledged in local presentations and receive corporate logo placement on all project materials, including the final report. Distribution of Breastfeeding Toolkit for Ob-gyns to Residents and Residency Directors $40,000 This sponsorship allows for the complimentary distribution of the College’s Breastfeeding Toolkit for Ob-gyns to residents and residency directors. The Toolkit provides physicians with information on the maternal and infant aspects of breastfeeding, as well as ways to discuss breastfeeding with patients in the office setting and includes: • Physician script to help direct conversations about breastfeeding with patients • Tear pad with prenatal information for patients to consider about breastfeeding • ACOG Committee Opinions on breastfeeding • Patient Education Pamphlet Breastfeeding Your Baby • Poster Breastfeeding Your Baby Sponsor will receive corporate recognition with the materials including disclaimers as appropriate. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) Women’s Health $5,000 to $10,000 Since 1970, the College’s Committee on AI/AN Women’s Health has consulted with the Indian Health Service (IHS) and tribal health programs regarding clinical issues and health care delivery for AI/AN women. The Committee also oversees professional educational programs specifically tailored to the Indian health environment and a staff clearinghouse to assist when ob-gyns wish to fill short-term vacancies in Indian health facilities. Underwriting would allow these program expansions: • Provide postgraduate course scholarships for Indian Health Service and Tribal generalist physicians and nurses. • Sponsor awardee travel for the William H. J. Haffner AI/AN Women’s Health Award recognizing a health professional who has made significant contributions toward raising the level of health and/or improving health care for AI/AN women. • Supply additional educational materials for IHS/Tribal health facilities. Contact Yvonne Malloy at (202)863-2580 or ymalloy@acog.org. 8 2014 Corporate Support Catalog Special Projects, Campaigns and Initiatives Global Women’s Health $10,000 to $100,000 Established in 2011, the Office of Global Women’s Health works to expand the College’s initiatives by addressing women’s health concerns in low-resource settings around the world. Additionally, the Office develops critical infrastructure for the accreditation of residency programs and the administration of certification examinations in Central and South America. Expanded activities are directed at rapidly accelerating the reduction of maternal mortality and morbidity in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. The College is participating in several public-private partnerships for this work, as well as facilitating bi-lateral relationships between universities in the US and other countries, and fostering the efforts of local ob-gyn societies to address maternal health problems in their countries. Contact Galina Yudovich at (202)863-2407 or gyudovich@acog.org. American/African Ob-Gyn Academic Partnerships Meeting in Ghana In March 2014, the College will partner with the University of Michigan Global Initiatives and Ghanaian stakeholders for a meeting in Kumasi, Ghana, to discuss effective American/African ob-gyn academic partnerships and to begin creating a program for training 1,000 new ob-gyns in sub-Saharan Africa over the next 10 years. Fellow Global Health Trainings This opportunity will assist the College in building the capacity of our Fellows to mentor women’s health care providers in low-resource settings. Through partnerships with evidence-based global training programs, Fellows will train to support in-country providers in ways that are effective, sustainable, measurable, and culturally competent. Resource Database This database will match interested ob-gyns with opportunities to work with and volunteer for a variety of global healthcare initiatives, including hospitals, clinics, and community programs. This database will include a detailed list of existing and expanding residency programs that offer international components. Distribution of PROLOG eModules to Residents $40,000 or $12,000 per eModule Sponsor the complimentary distribution of the College’s new product PROLOG eModules to all residency programs. Exclusively available online, eModules are a bite-sized hybrid product with the rich text of PRECIS and the self-assessment of PROLOG clinicallyfocused on topics vital to the specialty. Each residency program will receive multiple access codes for residents’ individual login and the ability to download each eModule. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Distribution of Clinical Updates in Women’s Health Care to Residents $50,000 or $15,000 per issue This sponsorship allows for the complimentary distribution of the College’s Clinical Updates to residents. Clinical Updates are quarterly, fully-indexed monographs emphasizing clinically-oriented issues ob-gyns must consider in the total care of women. Each issue follows a standard format focusing on screening (with risk factors), counseling and management. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Previous Titles Include: • Anemia • Obesity • Exercise • Diabetes • Allergies • Thyroid Disorders Upcoming Titles Include: • Autoimmune Disorders • Sexuality and Sexual Disorders • Nutrition • Adverse Drug Reactions • Memory Loss 2014 Corporate Support Catalog 9 Special Projects, Campaigns and Initiatives Immunization Program Since 2005, the College’s Immunization Program has promoted obstetrician-gynecologists’ roles as vaccinators. As primary care physicians to many women, ob-gyns are in a unique position to reach otherwise unvaccinated patients. The Program develops evidence-based resources for physicians and patients, all of which are available on the www.ImmunizationforWomen.org website. This website is the most widely available immunization resource for both ob-gyns and patients. This dynamic site, first to appear in search results, provides information for both physicians and the public about immunizations women may need in all stages of life, including pregnancy. With daily updates, the College continues to improve this free resource to provide the best possible service to our members and the public. HPV Initiative $150,000 Help support a comprehensive HPV education and outreach campaign directed at obstetrician-gynecologists and their patients. Printed and distributed material will include patient and physician frequently asked questions, coding information, standing orders, reminder recall suggestions, posters, and physician scripts. Support would allow for the expansion of the Immunization for Women website HPV section to include adolescent appropriate information that can be easily shared via social media. Sponsor will receive corporate recognition with the materials distributed and on the HPV section of the website with appropriate disclaimers. Immunization Champions $20,000 A cornerstone of the Immunization Program has been to encourage obstetrician-gynecologists to become Immunization Champions. The College’s Immunization Expert Work Group is made up of infectious disease and immunization experts. With support, these Immunization Champions would be available for Grand Rounds and presentations at hospitals, private practices, conferences, and other events to highlight the critical importance of immunizations. Sponsor will receive corporate recognition on the program announcement, first slide of the Grand Rounds and all presentations with appropriate disclaimers. Immunization Update $20,000 Support our “opt-in” e-mail update system. Patients and providers will be able to opt in to receive a new quarterly Immunization Update newsletter through our website. Immunization Update will focus on immunization topics important to ob-gyns and their patients including immunizations in pregnancy, vaccine safety, and the latest recommendations for vaccines such as influenza, Tdap, HPV, and Hepatitis B. Sponsor will receive corporate recognition within the newsletter with appropriate disclaimers. Immunization Training Video $20,000 Responding to our Fellow’s requests for additional training, the College has produced a new, one-hour office training video on immunizations. The video features members of the Immunization Expert Work Group providing information on everything a practice needs to know about immunizations – from ordering vaccines to reporting adverse events. The video is appropriate for all practice staff – physicians, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and administrative staff – with a focus on discussing immunizations with patients. This video will also offer CME credit. With appropriate disclaimers, support will be acknowledged on the introduction of the video and the website page where the video is posted. ACOG-AAP Webinar $50,000 The College and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) will co-host a joint webinar on the business practice of offering immunizations. This webinar will explain ways to overcome potential barriers with a particular focus on obtaining and maximizing proper reimbursement. The College and AAP will collaborate on content by identifying the barriers ob-gyns face and offering solutions from pediatricians’ best practices when applicable. The webinar will be archived on the Immunization for Women website and will offer CME credit for physicians. With appropriate disclaimers, sponsor will receive corporate recognition on the first slide of the webinar PowerPoint presentation and on the website page where the webinar is posted. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. 10 2014 Corporate Support Catalog Publications and Media Advertising Publications and Media Advertising ACOG.org The official American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists website, which also includes College content, is an essential destination for our 58,000 members. Strategically placed banner ads deliver your brand message when your audience is searching for current news and relevant articles. Maximize your visibility and leverage your brand with an average of 490,000 visits and 1.4 million page views per month on the site. For advertising information, contact Bethann H. Sands, Advertising Account Manager, Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, (215)882-1097, bethann.sands@wolterskluwer.com. Website advertising does not carry ACM Club Level credit. eSource Featuring high-value and relevant content, ACOG’s official monthly eNewsletter is delivered directly to the member’s inbox. With an average open rate of 19% and one exclusive advertiser per issue, eSource is the ideal vehicle to deliver your brand message and drive traffic to your site. For banner advertising information, contact Bethann H. Sands, Advertising Account Manager, Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, (215)882-1097, bethann.sands@wolterskluwer. com. eSource advertising does not carry ACM Club Level credit. Professional and Educational Materials Catalog Mailed in January of each year, this catalog is a complete listing of all of the College’s for-sale resources and has a circulation of 80,000. Advertising rates are available upon request. Due to production considerations, the advertising deadline is August 30, 2013. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Obstetrics & Gynecology Obstetrics & Gynecology is the College’s official peerreviewed journal. The most prestigious and widely-read scientific journal in the specialty, each issue features original research and current clinical information relevant to practicing obstetrician-gynecologists. For Products and Services (Display) advertisements, contact Bethann H. Sands, Advertising Account Manager, Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, (215)882-1097, bethann.sands@wolterskluwer.com. For Career and Events advertisements, contact Keida Spurlock, Advertising Sales Representative, Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, (215)521-8501, fax, (215)405-2949, keida.spurlock@ wolterskluwer.com. For additional information, visit www.greenjournal.org. Advertising in Obstetrics & Gynecology (print or online) does not carry ACM Club Level credit. 2014 Corporate Support Catalog 11 Research Fellowships Program Research Fellowships Program The Research Fellowships Program funds innovative research by exemplary young physicians who are committed to progressing women’s health. Recipients and funders are invited to and recognized at the Annual Clinical Meeting Awards Ceremony, in the annual Donor Report and other College publications, and online. The College welcomes funding in all areas of women’s health care including: • Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowships in maternal-fetal medicine allow for the exploration of care for women with complicated and/or high-risk pregnancies – including diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for management, nutrition in pregnancy, and best collaborative practices between MFM subspecialists and primary providers. • Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility Research grants in reproductive endocrinology/ infertility offer the opportunity for recipients to study and treat not only infertility, but any reproductive disorder that affects children, women, men and the mature woman. • Gynecologic Oncology Support in gynecologic oncology may focus on diagnosis, patient care and counseling, carcinogenesis, invasion and metastasis, genetics, tumor immunology, chemotherapy, pharmacology, radiation therapy, surgical procedures and palliative care. • Urogynecology The examination of urogynecology/pelvic floor disorders seeks to improve the quality of life for women by exploring surgical and nonsurgical treatment options for women who suffer from incontinence or prolapsing cervix and uterus dysfunction. • Quality Improvement Research fellowships in quality improvement may range from patient safety projects investigating medication adherence, health literacy, patient education and human factor engineering, to hospital and private practice quality improvement, including continuity of care, outcomes performance measurement, risk management, cultural competency/sensitivity and second victim support. • Women’s Health and Well-Being The College welcomes progressive research in any field that affects women’s health. Possible additional areas of research may include nutrition, weight control, exercise, depression, postpartum depression, migraines and geriatric women’s health. Please contact Lindsay Hoffman at (202)863-2493 or lhoffman@acog.org for more information. Corporate support: $20,000 minimum; Private foundation support: $10,000 minimum. 12 2014 Corporate Support Catalog CREOG Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology CREOG Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology CREOG, a council of the College, develops educational programs and provides services for accredited ob-gyn residency programs. Publications are distributed to all allopathic and osteopathic ob-gyn residency program directors, coordinators and residents in the US and Canada. CREOG Resident Workshops $5,000+ (Multiple Sponsors Welcomed) These workshops are held three times a year and are designed for ob-gyn residents who are given additional administrative and teaching responsibilities. Attendees include second- and third-year ob-gyn residents. The program will focus on interpersonal skills, time management, and adult learning principles. All topics are presented in a specialty-specific framework. Supporters will receive maximum visibility with signage at the registration desk, corporate logo, and recognition in the preliminary and final program, along with the course syllabus. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. CREOG Directory $7,500 Each year, CREOG offers a comprehensive directory of ob-gyn residency programs and program representatives. This publication is available to all accredited programs in the US and Canada. Support will be acknowledged on the title page. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. CREOG Educational Retreat $2,500+ (Multiple Sponsors Welcomed) This two-day annual meeting provides resident educators the opportunity to interact with the CREOG Council and allows for dialogue on various issues of interest and concern. Funders will receive maximum visibility with signage at the registration desk, welcome reception, regional luncheons, corporate logo and recognition in the preliminary and final program, along with the course syllabus. Advertising opportunities are available in lieu of sponsorship. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. CREOG and APGO Annual Meeting $2,500 to $15,000 (Multiple Sponsors Welcomed) CREOG and APGO represent approximately 2,000 medical educators whose mission is to promote excellence in medical education and to provide the highest quality of health care for women. This annual meeting brings together more than 900 physicians, academicians, and residents from throughout the country. Opportunities are available for educational grants or meeting functions. Supporters will be acknowledged in meeting materials, on a slide shown during each morning’s general session, and on both CREOG and APGO websites. Contact DeAnne Nehra at (202)863-2558 or dnehra@acog.org. CREOG School for Program Directors $35,000 (Multiple Sponsors or Partial Funding Accepted) Being a successful residency program director requires a commitment of time, energy and enthusiasm. It is a challenging, yet rewarding, experience. To support new and seasoned directors, CREOG developed a unique program to help directors succeed. Now in its 15th term, the School, a three-part sequential program, continues to receive high marks from its attendees. Sponsors will receive maximum visibility with signage at the registration desk, corporate logo, and recognition in the program, along with the course syllabus. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. CREOG Educational Objectives: Core Curriculum in Obstetrics and Gynecology $50,000 (Multiple Sponsors or Partial Funding Accepted) The CREOG Educational Objectives: Core Curriculum in Obstetrics and Gynecology provides readers with a clear, concise description of exactly what knowledge and skills residents should master during their training regardless of the type of practice they will be entering upon completion of their residency. Revisions are based on the evolving role of physicians in society and new information the ob-gyn will need to master in order to optimize their provision of health care for women. This publication is available online to all ACGMEaccredited ob-gyn residency programs and residents, all ob-gyn osteopathic residency programs and residents, and accredited ob-gyn Canadian programs and residents. Sponsorship will be acknowledged online and in all promotional material. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. 2014 Corporate Support Catalog 13 Medical Student Outreach Medical Student Outreach ACOG’s National Office of Medical Student Affairs supports medical student members with programming at the Annual Clinical Meeting, and provides educational material resources to allopathic and osteopathic students currently enrolled in medical school, clerkship coordinators, and ob-gyn student interest groups. Gestational Age Calculator Wheels Body Mass Index Calculator Wheels Each $15,000 The Office of Medical Student Affairs provides individual Gestational Age Calculator Wheels and Body Mass Index Calculator Wheels upon request and to all participants at the ACM and at other national medical student association events. Advertiser’s corporate or product logo will be prominently displayed. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Choose Ob-Gyn for Women’s Health Video $20,000 Produced by ACOG, this video is a broad introduction to the field of ob-gyn for medical students including interviews with practicing physicians, ob-gyn residents, and medical students. Produced on both DVD and USB flash drive, sponsorship allows for the distribution of the video to medical students, student interest groups, ob-gyn clerkship coordinators and on the ACOG medical student website. Sponsor receives prominent recognition on the packaging materials. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Medical Student Workshops at the Annual Clinical Meeting $5,000 per workshop These workshops are held at the ACM headquarters hotel and are designed for medical students interested in pursuing a career in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Three workshops are offered focusing on specialtyspecific areas of interest including CVs and personal statements, selecting an appropriate residency program and hands-on clinical skills. Sponsors will be recognized with signage at the registration desk and during breaks. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Medical Student Residency Fair at the Annual Clinical Meeting $10,000 Held annually at the ACM headquarters hotel, the Residency Fair is designed to facilitate exposure to ob-gyn residency programs from around the country. 300-400 medical students attend each year. Students consistently report the event as their favorite opportunity to meet with program directors and gain insight about individual programs. Supporter will receive maximum visibility with signage and corporate logo at the registration desk and exhibitor title banners. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. Medical Student, Junior Fellow, and Young Physician Reception at the Annual Clinical Meeting $15,000 This reception is well attended by ACOG Medical Students, Junior Fellows, and young physicians providing attendees with an opportunity to network with other members of ACOG. The Medical Student Recruitment Award is presented annually at this event. Supporter will be prominently recognized at the reception. Contact Katie O’Connell at (202)863-2546 or koconnell@acog.org. 14 2014 Corporate Support Catalog 409 12th Street, S.W. Washington, DC 20024 (202) 638-5577 (800) 673-8444 www.acog.org