LONDON, May 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
TouchNEUROLOGY has signed an agreement with MDS as media partners of their journalUS Neurology and European Neurological Review, a peer reviewed, open access journal dedicated to the publication of topical articles in the neurology field.
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"It is a pleasure to announce that MDS have signed a media agreement with touchNEUROLOGY," said Barney Kent, Managing Director of Touch Medical Media. "This is our 19th major partnership with an esteemed medical society. This agreement will both amplify awareness of MDS and expand the reach of our content which is already sent to our internal subscriber database which is currently in excess of 42,000 and growing rapidly."
touchNEUROLOGY (a division of Touch Medical Media) publishes US Neurology & European Neurological Review, peer-reviewed, open access, bi-annual journals specialising in the publication of balanced and comprehensive review articles written by leading authorities to address the most important and salient developments in the field of neurology. The aim of these reviews is to break down the high science from 'data-rich' primary papers and provide practical advice and opinion on how this information can help physicians in the day to day clinical setting. Practice guidelines, symposium write-ups, case reports, and original research articles are also featured to promote discussion and learning amongst physicians, clinicians, researchers and related healthcare professionals.
Touch Medical Media is a trading name of Touch Digital Media Limited, a private limited company registered in England and Wales at The White House Mill Road, Goring, Reading, England, RG8 9DD with registered number 08197142.
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