During this annual course, faculty will discuss new perspectives and recent findings in translational science from the past year. The 2015 installment of this course highlights advances in the areas of basic sleep, sleep and pediatrics, movement disorders in sleep, sleep apnea, circadian rhythms, sleep deprivation, narcolepsy and insomnia.
Co-chairs: Charlene Gamaldo, MD and Kenneth Wright Jr., PhD
Faculty: Jonathan Wisor, PhD; Jeanne Duffy, PhD; Steve Shea, PhD; Valerie Crabtree, PhD; Nancy Collop, MD; Jack Edinger, PhD; Emmanuel Mignot, MD, PhD; and Tom Neylan, MD
Psychologist Level of Content: Intermediate
Target Audience: Clinicians, including psychologists, researchers and other health care providers
- Discuss key concepts of recent basic and clinical sleep research and how these concepts apply to current practice;
- Apply up-to-date information and evidence-based knowledge to the clinical management of patients with a variety of sleep disorders; and
- Improve clinical care and outcomes as a result of application on this knowledge in the clinical setting.
After your purchase, please remember to download your SLEEP course book to your computer to have access after February 1, 2016.