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Kenneth A. Sylvia Named as New Publisher of Current Psychiatry
Date:1/8/2008

MONTVALE, N.J., Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Jennifer J. Day, Senior Vice President and Group Publisher at Dowden Health Media (DHM), announces the addition of Kenneth A. Sylvia as publisher of Current Psychiatry.

"Ken is a seasoned veteran in the healthcare industry who brings to DHM 30 years of experience and recognition across the media, account, and product management client bases we serve," Day said. DHM is a subsidiary of Lebhar- Friedman, Inc.

Ken spent the first 20 years of his publishing career at Cliggott Publishing in Greenwich, CT. Notably, he launched the Journal of Critical Illness, an internal medicine specialty publication, and managed the successful turnaround of Consultant in the early 1990's. Ken then established Alliance Medical Communications-leading to the introduction of Women's Health in Primary Care-where, following the company's sale to Jobson, he spent the next 4 years in management positions. Most recently, Ken was part of the team at Hearst Business Media's Diversion.

Ken's publishing industry excellence earned him the industry's prestigious Sales Representative of the Year Award now known as the Nexus Award. He also has served as president of AMP (now the Association of Medical Media) in 1999 and on the AMP board from 1994 to 2002.

Current Psychiatry, founded in 2002, has quickly established itself as one of the premier, best-read publications serving the psychiatry specialty market. Current Psychiatry is a peer-reviewed journal providing readers with practical advice written by leading authorities, emphasizing solutions to common clinical problems. The monthly publication-with a circulation of 39,000 psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners-is published through an educational partnership with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry.


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