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April 2020

Parent-Infant Sleep Lab 20th Anniversary Conference

April 21 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Details Please join us in Durham as we celebrate 20 years of the Parent-Infant Sleep Lab. This time we plan to ‘flip’ the conference... to hear what YOU the users of our research have done with that research over the years, and about the innovative and creative ways it has been put into policy & practice in the UK and around the world! Venue: Appleby Lecture Theatre, Durham Timings: 9.00am - 4.30pm Please note, registration will close Friday 10th April 2020. Should…

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May 2020

Practical Polysomnography Course 2020

May 1 - May 2
Edinburgh Training and Conference Venue

Aimed at: Anyone wishing to gain or improve skills in setting up, scoring and interpreting full polysomnographic sleep studies. This includes physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, students, researchers or anyone with a professional interest in sleep medicine. Content: This 2-day course will focus on the understanding and evaluation of polysomnographic recordings. The course will include some lectures but will focus mainly on the practical hands-on aspects of polysomnography. Teaching will be based on standard adult scoring rules, although special considerations…

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Oxford Masterclass in CBT-I

May 4 - May 5
University of Oxford

A two-day masterclass for clinical professionals, including psychologists, psychiatrists and physicians, technologists, nurses, allied health professionals and clinical researchers. Insomnia is the most commonly experienced problem with sleep, with as much as one in 10 of the adult population likely meeting criteria for diagnosis. In primary care, poor sleep is second only to pain in frequency of presentation. Chronic poor sleep is associated with cognitive impairment, low health-related quality of life, absenteeism, and increased healthcare usage, as well as increased…

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Breathe easy, sleep well: Obstructive sleep apnoea and brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome in humans and companion animals

May 11 @ 8:45 am - 5:15 pm
The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G DAE
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Vets and human doctors often do not have the opportunity to learn from each other and plan collaborative research and strategies to raise awareness and improve care for conditions that affect both humans and animals. This meeting aims to catalyse and encourage such collaborations. Join us as we discuss the parallels between obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) in humans and brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome (BOAS), including developments that are translatable across species. This is a unique opportunity to learn about comparative…

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Sleep and Pain Medicine Event – The Royal Society of Medicine

May 22 @ 9:00 am - 4:55 pm
The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G DAE
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Join us as we bring together experts from two separate faculties, Pain and Sleep Medicine, to explore the bidirectional link between pain and sleep. A bad night sleep worsens pain. Many patients attribute poor sleep to the primary pain condition rather than considering distinct and treatable primary sleep disorders such as sleep apnoea or restless legs. Learning how to spot and treat sleep disorders improves outcomes in the pain clinic. Attendees can expect to: Understand normal and abnormal sleep and…

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June 2020

Circadian rhythms in respiratory disease: Do they matter?

June 9 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G DAE

The Respiratory Medicine section is hosting an exciting event which will explore circadian biology and how it impacts on the care of respiratory patients. There will be a number of prominent speakers, including Professor David Ray from the University of Oxford; who will present on the circadian regulation of lung inflammation. This is a full-day event aimed at Students, Trainees, Respiratory Registrars, ITU Registrars, Neurology Registrars, Consultants, Scientists and those specialising in Sleep Medicine. This awareness-raising event will be hugely informative with ample…

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Sleep 2020

June 13 - June 17
Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch St
Philadelphia, PA 19107 United States
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SLEEP 2020, the 34th annual meeting of the APSS, is a joint meeting of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society. Visit there website for more information https://www.sleepmeeting.org/ You can also register for the conference by clicking here

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Newcastle Sleep Study Days – Assessing Sleep and Treating Insomnia

June 22
New Education Centre, Royal Victoria Infirmary NE1 4LP

SLEEP TRAINING DAYS 22/23rd June 2020 For the sixth year, the Regional Sleep Service in Newcastle is hosting sleep training days in 2020. Come to either or both days and bring your team. The cost has been kept deliberately low to encourage and enable attendance.   Monday 22nd June 2020 9.30am-4.30pm (registration 9.00am) Assessing sleep and treating Insomnia—a practical guide to CBT for insomnia Led by Dr Kirstie Anderson, Neurologist and Dr David O'Regan, Psychiatrist. Evidence based, and effective. This…

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Newcastle Sleep Study Days – Updates in the neurological sleep disorders

June 23

SLEEP TRAINING DAYS 22/23rd June 2020 For the sixth year, the Regional Sleep Service in Newcastle is hos8ng sleep training days in 2020. Come to either or both days and bring your team. The cost has been kept deliberately low to encourage and enable attendance.   Monday 22nd June 2020 9.30am-4.30pm (registration 9.00am) Assessing sleep and treating Insomnia—a practical guide to CBT for insomnia Led by Dr Kirs8e Anderson, Neurologist and Dr David O'Regan, Psychiatrist. Evidence based, and effec8ve. This…

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September 2020

Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine

September 1
University of Oxford

October 2020 entry The Online Programme in Sleep Medicine leads to a PGDip or MSc. It is hosted by the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi), in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford. The SCNi brings together world leading expertise in basic and human sleep and circadian research, and in the evaluation and management of sleep disorders. Sleep medicine is a rapidly growing specialty. This course will be of interest, therefore, to a wide range of physicians…

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