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Event Advertising

No other job board offers more access to neurologists than the AAN's Neurology Career Center. Reach candidates by advertising during special AAN events!

RESIDENT'S JOB GUIDE

Don't Miss Out! Advertise in the Resident's Job Guide by April 14!

This popular job guide is mailed to 45,000 AAN Junior members right when they begin evaluating employment options after they complete training the following Spring.

Bonus Distribution at the AAN Sports Concussion Conference in July!

Pricing starts at $1,000 for a ¼ page ad. Bundle and SAVE! Purchase the Conference Package and save $475.

Click here for more information.

Contact careers@aan.com for more information.

OTHER ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES

  • Online: Place an online web post on AAN.com for as little as $350 for AAN members.
  • Jobs Email: Reach all AAN members with a posting in the AAN Jobs Email. Advertisers in the Jobs Email have seen an increase in job views of up to 2,000 percent by reaching passive job seekers. Pricing starts at $500 for each email insertion (plus the cost of an online web post).
  • AANnews®: Place a line ad in the print and online pdf editions of AANnews, the monthly magazine for the members of the AAN. Pricing starts at $800 for up to 300 words.

According to Kantar Media Readership Summary (June 2015), in the universe of neurology publications, AANnews maintains its solid third-place position behind Neurology® and Neurology Today® in the total number of readers, the number of readers who read a high amount of content, in reader exposure to ads, and is #1 in cover-to-cover readership.   

Contact careers@aan.com for assistance.

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