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 Capsules Sep 28, 2004

California docs soon will be required to take pain management CME

In part due to the abusive prescribing habits of some doctors outlined in this article from signsonSanDiego, California soon will require its doctors....More
in Capsules Sep 27, 2004

India to provide satellite CME

First Nebraska develops a telenetwork for CME, and now, according to an article on, so is India. About a week ago, India launched....More
in face2face Sep 27, 2004

Airport security makes you a target?

I thought I had to be misreading this Yahoo News-Lines article, but it's true. Those long security lines that result from inspectors trying to keep....More
in face2face Sep 27, 2004

Nightmare on Hotel Street

This is starting to feel like a horror movie, where just when you think the fee-and-surcharge monster is dead, it it comes back to life for one more....More
in face2face Sep 27, 2004

Networking ideas

In response to this post on why so many meetings are so bad, and what would make me bolt from a meeting, Kare Anderson, a professional speaker and....More
in face2face Sep 27, 2004

New per diem rates are out

For the fiscal year 2005 U.S. federal employee per diem rates (official travel in the U.S.), go to this site. They go into effect Oct. 1. To comment....More
in face2face Sep 27, 2004

Off topic and pretty cheesy

As is the headline, but this study linking cheese shape preferences to politics from Sargento is just too weird not to pass on. So, the study says,....More
in face2face Sep 27, 2004

Is Fast Company really clueless about meetings resources?

Heath Row over at the Fast Company blog got me a little hot under the collar with his comments on meetings. It starts out fine, with him talking....More
in Capsules Sep 24, 2004

More on gaming and learning

Here's another interesting article on the topic I posted about earlier: Visible Simulation in Medical Education: Notes and Discussion from Sage....More
in face2face Sep 24, 2004

Security versus freedom

OK, so I read the story this morning on how the Transportation Security Administration is going to make airlines to turn over domestic passenger....More

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