|In this CONNECTED COMMUNITY Podcast, Dr. Peeples interviews Caitlin Rothermel, Principal with MedLitera, on health economics writing. What’s the trick to getting published? How to become more efficient? How are new guidlines for health economics publications changing what and how is published? These questions and more are addressed in this Connected Community Podcast from HealthEconomics.Com|
|Caitlin Rothermel is the principal of MedLitera, a small medical and health economics communications firm that works with pharmaceutical and device companies to develop product dossiers, original research for publication, value-based marketing materials, competitive data analyses, and white papers. Caitlin has been a medical writer for 15 years and a health economics writer for 10. Before starting her own business, Caitlin spent several years working in the medical education industry, and was Editorial Director for the Council for the Advancement of Diabetes Research and Education, or CADRE. She received training in health economics while studying public health at the University of Washington. Caitlin lives near Seattle, WA on a small island in the Puget Sound, with her husband and two sons.|
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