Reach Engaged Neurology Patients and Caregivers in a Trusted Resource
Brain & Life® (formerly Neurology Now®) is a free magazine from the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) for patients living with neurologic disorders and their caregivers. Each issue offers medically-accurate content to help prevent, manage, and treat neurologic conditions. Readers enjoy:
Award-winning, easy-to-understand articles reviewed by AAN HCP specialists
The latest advances in neurology research and treatment
Valuable insights from patients, caregivers and expert neurologists
Condition-specific online collections
Celebrity cover stories
Multiple formats including print, online, and platform-neutral Digimag edition
Now also in Spanish — Brain & Life® en Español
Unparalleled Patient Reach
Brain & Life is the only direct-to-patient publication covering all areas of neurology. With distribution to subscribers and AAN member waiting rooms, Brain & Life offers direct patient communication and powerful targeted patient reach.
187,000+ copies displayed in 6,800+ AAN-member waiting rooms
310,000+ patients & caregivers receiving requested home delivery
32,940 average monthly website visits
More than 25 subscriber diseases of interest including Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Migraine, and Alzheimer’s Disease.
Brain & Life en Español, the Spanish-language version of the magazine, targets geographic areas where AAN members indicated a strong need for Spanish patient education materials.*
Reaches 90,000 neurology Spanish-speaking patients at the point of care in their native language.
87,000 copies distributed to 14,900+ AAN members and waiting rooms
3,500+ copies mailed directly to subscribers
Distributed at patient meetings and other advocacy events
Multichannel Opportunities to Engage Readers with your Message
Inserts, outserts, and custom projects offering audience segmentation
Custom disease awareness programs
Contact us to learn more about how to align your brand with the leader in neurologic patient information.
* Source: 2016 American Academy of Neurology Patient Materials and Spanish Survey