American College of Emergency Physicians to publish with Wiley

November 27, 2013

Hoboken, N.J.-- November 27, 2013-- John Wiley & Sons, Inc., today announced a new publishing partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). From January 2014, Wiley will publish the society's newsmagazine, ACEP News, which provides the latest in clinical and industry news for emergency physicians throughout the United States.

As the society's official newsmagazine, ACEP News enjoys the largest circulation of any emergency medicine publication. The title's breaking news stories, coverage of medical meetings and expert perspectives are read by more than 37,000 emergency physicians, including 32,000 ACEP members. Reflecting the ever-changing needs of emergency physicians, ACEP News will be renamed ACEP Now with a new editorial direction and design, effective with the January 2014 issue.

ACEP Now will be edited by Kevin Klauer, Director of the Center for Emergency Medical Education and the Chief Medical Officer for Emergency Medicine Physicians, Ltd., Canton, Ohio. Dr. Klauer is an assistant clinical professor at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, and he currently serves as ACEP Council Speaker.

Launched as ACEP News in 1981, ACEP Now will contain the latest in emergency medicine research, news and industry issues, along with updates on recent or upcoming society-sponsored programs, activities and educational opportunities.

Wiley will distribute ACEP Now to all members of ACEP, as well as members of the Society of Emergency Medicine Physicians Assistants.

"Our monthly newsmagazine is going through big changes, including the switch to a new publisher, a new design, a new Editorial Advisory Board and a new Medical Editor in Chief," said Dean Wilkerson, ACEP Executive Director. "When the monthly magazine arrives in mailboxes in January, the new ACEP Now will be a vibrant publication aimed at directly meeting the needs of its readers."

"We are absolutely thrilled to be in partnership with ACEP to publish ACEP Now," said Lisa Dionne, Executive Editor & Publisher, Wiley. "We have every confidence that we can meet and exceed ACEP's publishing goals and continue to evolve the newsmagazine as the society and the specialty move forward."
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