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June 2020

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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Helping patients stay alert during Covid-19: Sleep disorders during lockdown

June 15 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

The Royal Society of Medicine Webinar: In this webinar we'll look into the impact of lockdown on sleep, and sleep services that are helping patients sleep as lockdown lifts. Chaired by Kirstie Anderson, President of RSM's Sleep Medicine Section, she will be joined by Dr Martin Allen, Respiratory Physician and Dr David O'Regan, Consultant Psychiatrist to look at sleep problems seen during lockdown. During this session, you'll be able to: Understand the impact of lockdown on teenage sleep Learn how to…

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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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July 2020

The sleepy patient; what to do and has COVID changed things?

July 1 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Webinar

The sleepy patient; what to do and has COVID changed things? Date: Wednesday 1st July 2020 Time: 18:30 - 19:30 Venue: Online Webinar Speaker: Professor Michael Polkey, Consultant chest physician Focus on what can be done in a primary care setting and who should be referred for investigation. Since the most common cause of excessive sleepiness is Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA)he will cover this in some detail, particularly with regard to treatment with continuous positive airways pressure (CPAP). See full details and register online

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Sleep in Pandemic and Endemic COVID-19: Diagnosis and Management Strategies

July 11 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Webinar

Sleep in Pandemic and Endemic COVID-19: Diagnosis and Management Strategies Date: Thursday 11th June 2020 Time: 13:30 - 14:30 Venue: Online Webinar Speaker:  Dr Alanna Hare, Consultant physician in respiratory and sleep medicine Focusing on patients presenting in Primary Care with anxiety and insomnia around the COVID-19 pandemic and discussions around direct sleep-related effects of the virus.

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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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Practical Polysomnography Course 2020

September 4 - September 5
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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Is sleep medicine a bridge between medicine and dentistry?

September 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
virtual

This webinar will identify the ways in which dental and sleep medicine interact. Dental practitioners are uniquely positioned to identify some common sleep complaints and contribute to their management, including obstructive sleep apnea. At the end of this session the dental practitioner will be able to interact meaningfully with other medical professionals in the sleep field and gain an understanding on how best to manage common sleep complaints. During this webinar you will: Know the varied presentations of sleep apnea and…

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ESRS 2020

September 22 - September 24

Due to the lasting impacts of the global Covid-19 pandemic and with it all the different restrictions, the ESRS board has decided to go fully virtual with this year’s ESRS congress edition. This decision was reluctantly taken as the social distancing restrictions likely to be still in place during September would make aspects of the scientific programme in Seville such as poster sessions unviable. Also, the ability to socialize and network with friends and colleagues would be very compromised in…

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