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The official publication of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology/L’Association Canadienne des Infirmières en OncologieCANO Head OfficeCanadian Association of Nurses in Oncology (CANO)/Association Canadienne des Infirmières en Oncologie (ACIO)

750 West Pender St., Suite 301,
Vancouver, BC V6C 2T7
Phone: (604) 874-4322
Fax: (604) 874-4378
E-mail: cano@malachite-mgmt.com
Website: www.cano-acio.ca
Editor: Dr. Margaret I. Fitch

The Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal is published quarterly in the Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. The CONJ is the only Canadian publication in cancer nursing. It is a bilingual, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the interests of the professional nurse who provides care to patients with cancer and their families. The journal endeavours to publish timely papers, promote the image of the nurse involved in cancer care, stimulate nursing issues in oncology nursing and encourage nurses to publish in national media.

Readership

Includes nurses practising in all areas of cancer care, whether as direct caregivers, educators, researchers or administrators, throughout Canada. Circulation is approximately 1,000 with a number of cancer centres, hospitals, palliative care units, and schools of nursing among our subscribers.

Content

Includes peer-reviewed original manuscripts relating to clinical oncology practice, technology, education and research. There are regular columns focusing on research issues, materials on review, profiles of individuals or programs and clinical tips. The journal also includes a newsletter section to keep Canadian oncology nurses current in the activities of their national association.


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About

The Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal is now published online, open access, at www.canadianoncologynursingjournal.com. The journal is available for download in its entirety, or full-text peer-reviewed articles and feature columns can be viewed individually.

The Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal is published quarterly in the winter, spring, summer and fall. It is the only Canadian publication in cancer nursing. It is a bilingual, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the interests of the professional nurse who provides care to patients with cancer and their families. The journal endeavours to publish timely papers, promote the image of the nurse involved in cancer care, stimulate nursing issues in oncology nursing and encourage nurses to publish in national media.

Content includes peer-reviewed original manuscripts relating to clinical oncology practice, technology, education and research. A variety of regular columns focus on research issues, materials on review, profiles of individuals or programs and clinical tips, as well as CANO position statements.

Readership includes nurses practising in all areas of cancer care, including clinical practice, education and administration, and involved with a variety of cancer populations, including breast, GI, lung, Hem/Onc, GU, Gyn, head & neck, CNS and others.

Approximately 1,200 subscribers receive email notification when each issue is published online, including members of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology (CANO). Readership includes a growing international audience, ensuring that advertisements on the CONJ website provide a direct link to both the national and broader international oncology nursing community.

Reach

Online advertising on the Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal (CONJ) website provides instant access to the full journal readership, including members of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology (CANO), subscribers and an expanding international audience. In a three-month period from January to October 2019, showed more than 25,000 unique users and over 77,000 pageviews.

Unique users per month (avg. January–October 2019): 3,092
Page views per month (avg. January–October 2019): 9,634

Opportunities

(Three-month post to coincide with journal publication)

Home Page Banner ad (in Announcements section): $1,025
Banner with hyperlink/click through to URL or PDF provided: $1,275
Banner and journal ad combo (appears in full issue PDF): $1,625 full page, $1,275 half page
Issue sponsor: Corporate logo appears in the sidebar of the homepage on the website plus on the title page of each article in PDF: $1,625
Full page ad within journal only $805
Half page ad within journal only $455
1/2 page B&W fairbalance $350
1/3 page B&W fairbalance $275
Sponsored supplement to journal Rate TBC upon finalized specs

Ad size (pixels)

Homepage banner/announcements section: 900 px wide by ~150 px tall (flexible)
Issue sponsor (homepage logo + all articles in issue): 200 px wide by 150 px tall

Ad size for PDF files

Full page: 8.5″ × 11″; type margin: 6.75″ × 9.5″
1/2 page: 6.75″ × 4.75″
1/2 page (vertical): 3.25″ × 9.5″

Mechanical requirements for online advertising

Publisher prefers ad files in .gif, .jpeg or .png formats. Advertiser should provide desired landing URL and or logo file, as required, with submission of ad file.

For clarification, reservations, any advertising inquiries, or for file submission, email heather@pappin.com

Publication schedule & ad deadlines

Winter 2020
Confirmation: Dec. 14, 2019
File submission: Jan. 3
Publication: January

Spring 2020
Confirmation: March 6
File submission: March 20
Publication: April

Summer 2020
Confirmation: June 5
File submission: June 19
Publication: July

Fall 2020
Confirmation: Sept. 4
File submission: Sept. 18
Publication: October

Ads will be posted for three months on http://www.canadianoncologynursingjournal.com unless otherwise requested.

Net rates, we regret that we cannot offer an agency discount. Terms: net 30 days
Frequency discount = less 10% each repeat

Additional information

For further information, contact:

Heather Coughlin
Pappin Communications
The Victoria Centre
84 Isabella Street, Unit 2
Pembroke, Ontario K8A 5S5
Telephone: 613-735-0952
Fax: 613-735-7983
E-mail: heather@pappin.com