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Massage & Bodywork Magazine, September/October 2019

Massage & Bodywork’s editorial goal is to promote professionalism among massage practitioners, stimulate healthy dialogue, and expand the knowledge of those in the field to advance their success—while remaining mindful of the breadth of bodywork backgrounds, beliefs, and modalities. Massage & Bodywork is published by Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP), the nation’s largest massage therapy association. While ABMP’s primary member benefit is liability insurance, Massage & Bodywork is a close second, as it provides a key tool to success in the trade, with bimonthly information regarding best business practices, industry insight, modality how-tos, and practitioner self-care. Our goal is to advance the communication goals of the association and better reflect the profession and its members. Our readership is primarily female, 44 years of age, and practices massage part time in combination with another occupation.

Executive Editor: Darren Buford

Art Director: Amy Klein

Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals

​25188 Genesse Trail Rd, Suite 200

Golden, CO 80401

800 789 0411

abmp.com

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Government Technology Magazine, October 2019
Society and government are changing. Government Technology magazine helps state and local governments evolve to meet customer expectations in our ever-changing knowledge economy. Through case studies and in-depth feature articles, Government Technology presents strategies for making state and local government more efficient and secure, reducing costs, and improving citizen services through the use of information technology. The publication exposes new models of government service, highlights successes, analyzes failures and explores IT policies critical to successful technology use.
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California Real Estate Magazine, January/February 2019
"California Real Estate magazine is the official publication of the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.). Published 7 times a year, with combined issues in January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, and November/December, the magazine is distributed to C.A.R.'s membership of more than 200,000 REALTORS® and serves as the only communication vehicle every member receives on a regular basis. Licensed real estate brokers and sales associates who are C.A.R. members constitute California Real Estate's primary audience; real estate attorneys, appraisers, mortgage brokers and other related industry professionals also receive the publication. California Real Estate's editorial mission is to provide timely, accurate information about trends and issues affecting California’s residential real estate industry and professional-development opportunities."
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California Real Estate Magazine, November/December 2019
California Real Estate magazine is the official publication of the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.). Published 7 times a year, with combined issues in January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, and November/December, the magazine is distributed to C.A.R.'s membership of more than 200,000 REALTORS® and serves as the only communication vehicle every member receives on a regular basis. Licensed real estate brokers and sales associates who are C.A.R. members constitute California Real Estate's primary audience; real estate attorneys, appraisers, mortgage brokers and other related industry professionals also receive the publication. California Real Estate's editorial mission is to provide timely, accurate information about trends and issues affecting California’s residential real estate industry and professional-development opportunities.
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Critical Care Nurse, October 2019
The mission of the journal Critical Care Nurse is to provide critical care and acute care nurses with accurate, relevant, and useful information concerning the bedside care of critically and acutely ill patients and to keep critical and acute care nurses informed on issues that affect their practice. By reading any issue of Critical Care Nurse, critical care and acute care nurses should benefit through increased knowledge concerning critical and acute care nursing practice and be able to use this knowledge to care for patients and their families in a more effective manner.
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