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 Sep 21, 2004

Three-year-old boycott losing steam?

Despite a lingering boycott of Cincinnati conventions, started in 2001 following the shooting of a black man and resulting riots, the city says it’s....More
in Capsules Sep 21, 2004

Interesting discussion of new book blasting pharma

Just wanted to point you toward a very interesting article and discussion going on at DB s Medical Rants. When I posted a while back about this book....More
in face2face Sep 21, 2004

What they thought PCs would look like in 2004

I love this one--a vision from the past of what PCs would look like in the year 2004. Via Jim Carroll, who always comes up with the most unusual....More
in face2face Sep 20, 2004

RevPAR’s rising

According to PricewaterhouseCoopers’ latest forecast, revenue per available room is going to go up 6.3 percent in 2004, the biggest leap in 20 years....More
in face2face Sep 20, 2004

Silliness and nerdbashing

Ever have one of those days where the IT guys get all smug about what you did wrong that ended up crashing your system and losing that database of....More
in face2face Sep 20, 2004

Good can come from bad...

For your "awww" of the day, check out this article about how the way the Ritz-Carlton Rose Hall, Jamaica, handled itself during hurricane Ivan may....More
in face2face Sep 20, 2004

Heading off the snipers

Great advice from the folks at on how to handle that person—and most meetings have one—who just wants to shoot down everyone and everything....More
in Capsules Sep 20, 2004

Not everyone loves evidence-based medicine

Check out this blistering satire in BMJ that compares EBM to a religion. Clinicians for the Restoration of Autonomous Practice has written this....More
in Capsules Sep 17, 2004

CME goes to the blogs?

I just ran across a fascinating idea on Family Medicine Notes: providing accredited CME on blogs. (A blog is an online journal, in this case,....More
in Capsules Sep 17, 2004

Nebraska links its way to better CME

Nebraska s wide-open spaces make it both a great place to live and a difficult place to get CME for those who live far outside the larger cities....More