Sue Pelletier

Editor, Medical Meetings/MeetingsNet's mad blogger, Meetingsnet

Sue, who has been with MeetingsNet since 1998, previously wrote for and edited several national and international trade magazines and newsletters for the environmental industry. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder, she also helped to plan a technical trade conference and exposition and several smaller meetings for the environmental industry before deciding to stick with what she does best. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and her surrogate child, Mango the Australian shepherd.

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Posts by Sue Pelletier

in face2face Aug 25, 2004

Today's top meetings headlines

From today's New York Times: Vast Force Is Deployed for Security at Convention Will This Idea Fly? Charge Some Passengers $10 for Showing Up And from....More
in Capsules Aug 25, 2004

ACS beta-testing just-in-time learning tool

The American Cancer Society is beta-testing a new PDA-based educational tool called C-Tools 2.0. Saying that it is designed to provide physicians....More
in face2face Aug 25, 2004

How strategic is too strategic?

A guest blog from Tom Carrier, in response to this post on industry associations’ non-collaboration on their various core competency projects (a....More
in face2face Aug 24, 2004

A must-read manifesto

When it comes to meetings and trade shows, the prevailing wisdom has been that bigger is better—just a few more attendees, booths, sessions, just a....More
in face2face Aug 24, 2004

More cities questioning convention center expansions

"CONVENTIONAL WISDOM IN QUESTION: With a glut of meeting space nationwide, experts question whether the Morial Convention Center needs a Phase IV....More
in Capsules Aug 24, 2004

PharmFree movement growing

The almost 50,000 medical students who belong to the American Medical Student Association are being urged to join in on a national campaign called....More
in face2face Aug 24, 2004

Gambling south of the border

Looks like casinos, long-banned in Mexico, may be making a comeback. With so many both for and against the idea, it sounds like it’s still (ahem) a....More
in Capsules Aug 24, 2004

Iraqi healthcare system crippled; docs lacked access to meetings for years

War and corruption has a lot to do with why the Iraqi healthcare system is in such rough shape right now, but so does a systemic lack of medical....More
in face2face Aug 23, 2004

Imperfect harmony

Remember that old jingle from Coke, "I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony?" Well, the U.S. is still hitting a sour note....More
in face2face Aug 23, 2004

Just me and my cell phone, strolling down the avenue

Joan Eisenstodt put a link to an interesting article on cell phones and kids on the MIMlist today. Since this is the third time in as many days this....More

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