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June 2018

International Sleep Medicine Course 2018

June 12 - June 15
The Netherlands

SAVE THE DATE The date for the 2018 International Sleep Medicine Course has now been confirmed. The 4-day course consists of lectures and interactive training sessions that cover the physiology and pathophysiology of normal and abnormal sleep as well as principals and pitfalls in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. As in past editions, the faculty of the ISMC will consist of international experts in sleep medicine to assure a state-of-the-art educational programme. The final programme and faculty will…

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5th International CCHS Conference

June 20 - June 23

Title: 5th International CCHS Conference Date: 20th - 23rd June 2018 Location: St. Louis, Missouri, USA The 2018 conference will represent the 5th international gathering of the CCHS rare disease community. These historical meetings have fostered a supportive and collaborative CCHS union between professional and family populations, all with the intent of improving outcomes for CCHS patients. The 2018 Conference Planning Committee is a diverse team of CCHS experts and CCHS Family Network leaders. The CCHS Network has a 25+ year record…

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Public Engagement Training Day

June 21
University of Westminister, 115 New Cavendish Street
London, W1W 6UW
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On the day we will: Provide you with the support that you need to get started in Public Engagement Develop your skills in communicating your research to a public audience Build your confidence in running activities Provide you with resources for activities that you can take away from the day and run at your own  Public Engagement events There will also be a science communication expert on hand to answer any of your questions throughout the day. If you have…

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September 2018

The SCNi Summer School 2018

September 2 - September 7

The SCNi at the University of Oxford are organising a summer school on sleep and circadian neuroscience. The five-day school will consist of shared lectures and seminars as well as separate, subject-specific workshops to integrate these two key research areas. The school is targeted at PhD/Dphil/MD Students and other early career researchers. More information can be found here.  

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ERS Conference 2018

September 15 - September 19
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The European Respiratory Society(ERS) is one of the largest respiratory meeting in the world and the annual meeting will be arranged at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles in the worldwide city of France and Paris. It conducts by the scientists, physicians, healthcare professionals, and other specialist working in respiratory medicine.ERS are leading day by day in the respiratory field, with a growing membership representing over 140 countries. Find out more here

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24th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society

September 25 - September 28
Basel, Switerland

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European Society of Sleep Technologists Congress

September 26
Basel, Switerland

The ESST are holding their Congress meeting on Wednesday 26th September 2018 in Basel, Switzerland. Click here for the final programme

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October 2018

RSM Sleep and Dreaming

October 23
The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G DAE
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This one day conference will include speakers from neurology, psychiatry, experts in functional imaging but also artists who explore sleep and dreams within society. The current understanding of REM sleep and REM sleep disorders, novel insights within functional brain imaging, the treatment of depression using dream inducing psychedelic drugs and the impact of sleep and dreams in art and literature will be covered. Topics include: The biology of REM sleep and the current theories for it’s role in brain development…

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November 2018

I’m a Scientist – Get Me Out of Here! Getting Students Excited about Science

November 5 - November 16

Scientists develop their communication skills, gain a fresh perspective on their work, and find out what young people think about science and the role of scientists. There are five themed zones, including one on the science of sleep and two especially for psychologists, and two general zones suitable for anyone working in science. Scientists put up a profile on this site, answer students’ questions about science, their work, the universe and beyond. They engage directly with students in live text-based chats.…

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Dental Sleep Medicine: Present and Future Practice

November 12
The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G DAE
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£30

Management of sleep disorders, especially sleep-disordered breathing, is multifunctional and medical and dental professionals must work together to offer the best treatment possible for the patient.  The aim of this meeting is to provide a comprehensive overview of the management of sleep-related breathing disorders, highlighting in particular the importance of a multi-disciplinary team approach to care.  For more information Click here

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