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July 2017

How to treat Insomnia

July 3

The Newcastle Regional Sleep Service are running a sleep training day teaching CBT for insomnia on 3rd July. CPD points are available. For more details: Click Here

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15th International Symposium Sleep and Breathing

July 17 - July 19
Madison Wisconsin, United States

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XV European Biological Rhythms Society Congress

July 30 - August 3
University of Amsterdam + Google Map

We welcome you to the EBRS Meeting, which will take place 30 July – 3 August 2017 in Amsterdam. The meeting will be organized in association with the Japanese Society for Chronobiology and the Chinese Society for Biological Rhythms and will be held in the Academic Medical Center (AMC) of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) located in the South East of Amsterdam, near the Bijlmer Arena train station and within walking distance from the Holendrecht metro station. Accomodation for delegates…

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August 2017

IFSO 2017

August 29 - September 2
QEII Centre, London + Google Map

The IFSO are proud to announce their 22nd World Congress held at QEII Centre in London on 29 August - 2 September 2017. For more information visit: www.ifso2017.com

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September 2017

2017 Summer School

September 3 - September 8

The SCNi at the University of Oxford are pleased to announce that they will be running a further school in Oxford in 2017 from 3rd – 8th September 2017. We are now accepting applications for the sleep medicine workshops, please see below for more information. The Summer School is targeted at PhD/DPhil/MD students and other early career researchers. You can see timetables from previous schools here. Costs: Registration fee: £300 Application: To apply for a place please submit the following to…

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ARTP Basic Sleep Course

September 18
Jurys Inn Birmingham, 245 Broad Street
Birmingham, B1 2HQ United Kingdom
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Target Audeince: It will be ideal for band 3-6 staff that may be part of an existing sleep apnoea service, or band 6 and above who wish to start a new service and want to cover all the basics. Aims of the Course: This one day course will focus on the theory and practical aspects of sleep breathing disorders and will cover the physiology and pathophysiology of sleep breathing disorders, related diagnostics and their treatments. The course will refer to ARTP SLEEP Guidelines on diagnosis and therapy and will also draw…

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October 2017

World Sleep

October 7 - October 11
Prague,

For more details, please visit: http://worldsleepcongress.com/

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ESRS Sleep Science School

October 16 - October 21

The Sleep Science School is a new ESRS initiative aimed at gathering early career sleep scientists around different fundamental topics, allowing them to gain knowledge, share their work and experience, meet experienced researchers, develop opportunities and create novel networks of excellence. The focus of the first edition of the ESRS Sleep Science School will be "Neural Networks in Sleep". It will be held in Frejus, a city located on the Mediterranean sea (France), 16 - 21 October 2017. Pierre-Hervé Luppi…

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International Sleep Medicine Course 2017

October 23 - October 26
Blankenberge, Belgium + Google Map
€1200

The Belgian Association for Sleep research and Sleep medicine (BASS) announces the next edition of the International Sleep Medicine Course ISMC 2017. This event will take place from Monday 23/10/2017 till Thursday 26/10/2017 at the ‘Floreal Club’ in Blankenberge. The course has evolved in recent years by cooperation of the BASS, the Nederlandse Vereniging Voor Slaap-Waak Onderzoek (NSWO) and the British Sleep Society (BSS) into a highly acclaimed international postgraduate programme for professionals who are involved in health care of patients with sleep disorders.…

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Free Online “Teach-Out” About Sleep Deprivation, and What to Do About It

October 23

The University of Michigan Sleep Disorders Center and Office of Academic Innovation are excited to announce that a new Teach-Out, Sleep Deprivation: Habits, Solutions, and Strategies, will begin on Monday, October 23. This free, online event is open to participants around the world, free of charge. Please consider participating, and share this opportunity with anyone you know who might be sleep deprived! Register at www.teachout.org The Teach-Out will connect you to the University of Michigan in conversation around the epidemic of sleep deprivation. Participants…

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