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Research Associate - Meghan Coulehan, MPH
Meghan has contributed to nearly all of Clinical Tools' projects since she started working at the company in 1996. Her first role at CTI involved a educating mental health patients about their medications; the positive outcomes for those who participated in this project inspired her to continue her career in health education research.
Meghan earned her Master of Public Health degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 2002; her thesis work on caregiver intervention programs later became a springboard for a National Institute on Aging grant proposal. She is currently serving as Principal Investigator on this NIA project to develop an innovative educational and support website for dementia caregivers (DementiaCareCentral.com). She also co-authored the buprenorphine training program (BuprenorphineCME.com) and recently completed the follow-up project to develop clinical practice tools for buprenorphine prescribers and referrers (BupPractice.com). She has directed or worked on over a dozen other CTI projects to develop health education materials health professionals and consumers. She likes to do lists and tables and can spot a typo a mile away.
Outside of the office, Meghan spends her time with her husband and chasing after her three young sons - and throwing parties whenever possible!
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