August 8, 2008

Tuleya Named Executive Editor of Skin & Aging Journal

Dermatology-Focused Publication Promotes Award-Winning Editor

HMP Communications, LLC

Peter Norris, 800-237-7285

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HMP Communications, LLC, (HMP), the authoritative source for comprehensive information and education serving healthcare professionals, announced today that Stefanie Tuleya has been named executive editor of Skin & Aging. The Journal is read monthly by nearly 12,000 dermatologists and physician extenders working in the field of dermatology. The publication has been recognized by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) earning 12 Gold Triangle Awards over the past five years and has also been honored with a Bronze Award for editorial excellence in the category of legislative/ government editorial from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE).

"Skin & Aging has consistently provided dermatologists with information that goes beyond an initial report or topic, delving into healthcare issues and new treatments that can help resolve medical challenges and offer new ways to treat patients," says Jeremy Bowden, vice president/group publisher for the Dermatology Division. "The Journal's success is a product of the entire staff, our talented writers, our readers who often provide editorial on new trends and our advisory board members. Stefanie has been an integral part of its success and an enthusiastic participant in the field of dermatology."

As executive editor, Tuleya will oversee editorial content and collaborate with Skin & Aging's editorial advisory board members and chief medical editor, Steven R. Feldman, M.D., Ph.D., to ensure accuracy and compliance of materials prior to publication.

Tuleya joined HMP in June 2000 as associate editor of Podiatry Today. In October 2001, she was promoted to managing editor of Skin & Aging and most recently served as special projects editor. Before working at HMP, she served in various editorial capacities at Cahners Business Information and as an assistant account executive at Al Paul Lefton Company, one of the nation's top business-to- business advertising agencies.

"Collaborating with dermatologists in the field is essential in creating the editorial that meets the needs of our readers and assists in developing their practices," says Tuleya. "Skin & Aging is not only an award-winning journal, we also provide extended editorial through newsletters that reach specific disciplines in the field and online at Our mission is to be the go-to publication for medical professionals in the field of dermatology. We believe we are accomplishing this by insuring our content is fresh, topical and indispensable."

Skin & Aging provides practical and clinical insight into general dermatology issues. The award-winning journal offers dermatologists reader-friendly, timely and informative articles that highlight clinical and practice management advice that easily can be translated into current practice settings. In addition to reaching nearly 12,000 dermatologists and medical professionals who work in the field of dermatology, the journal gains bonus distribution at eight medical meetings annually including American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Symposium on Advanced Wound Care, American Academy of Dermatology Summer Meeting, Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants, and the Hawaii Winter Clinical Meeting. Specialized newsletters produced by Skin & Aging include Derm Nurse, Derm Resident, Derm PA, Derm Practice, Extensions - An Educational Newsletter for Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners in Dermatology and Pathways, which offers practical career advice for dermatology residents. To learn more about Skin & Aging, log onto

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