The British Sleep Society (BSS) is a professional organisation for medical, scientific and healthcare workers dealing with sleeping disorders. We are a registered British charity and our ultimate aim is to improve public health by promoting education and research into sleep and its disorders.

For more details contact us at the BSS office.

Latest news

A message from the BSS President - March 14

As always, we are looking to improve our website and the way we interact with the membership.

A current debate is whether to retain the password-protected Members’ Section and any views on this would be welcome.

In any event, could I draw your attention to a new opportunity available via the Members’ Section to save 15% on a huge range of medical textbooks from Wisepress.

The archive for the recent run of excellent newsletters is also available. If you have forgotten the password, as I did, please contact the BSS Administration!

The programme for Spring (“Hands-On”) meeting is finalised and I would encourage you to explore the links for registration – Eastbourne in early May is surely a tempting prospect!

Paul Reading

A message from the BSS President – February

Dear Members (and potential members!)

I hope you have already made note of the dates for our forthcoming Spring meeting in sunny Eastbourne (May 8th and 9th). A draft program is now available, outlining the usual mix of eclectic lectures and “hands-on” instruction.

For the future, we are planning to alternate the Spring meeting with the bi-annual Scientific Meeting, so don’t miss this chance to further your sleep education and enjoy traditional BSS hospitality!

Look forward to seeing you in Sussex

Paul Reading (President)