Sleep


Past Activities

Online Activities

SHIFT WORK SLEEP DISORDER IN HOSPITALS: REDUCING RISK AND IMPROVING OUTCOMES

This CME/CE certified webcourse is designed to provide health care professionals with the tools they need to manage patients presenting with conditions associated with sleep-wake problems, as well as to help clinicians manage their own sleep-wake issues.
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SHIFT WORK AND SLEEP: ONLINE RESOURCE TOOLKIT

This online resource is designed to provide evidence-based tools to clinicians and patients, in order to improve patient/provider communication about, as well as the diagnosis and treatment of, shift work sleep disorder (SWSD). The toolkit features practical resources previously developed under the auspices of ACOEM, NHLBI, NIH and other disease-related societies/associations.
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SHIFTWORK AND SLEEP: OPTIMIZING HEALTH, SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE

Despite the negative impact of shift work sleep disorder (SWSD), it is under-recognized and undertreated in the clinical setting. Accurate diagnosis and timely and appropriate treatment are essential to relieve and prevent the acute consequences and long-term health sequelae of this disorder, and to ensure overall public safety. A CME-certified online activity.
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SHIFTWORK AND SLEEP: OPTIMIZING HEALTH, SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE

Shift work poses a serious public health risk: it can impair an individual’s ability to perform effectively, it may lead to occupational and traffic accidents, it has numerous negative health effects, and it infringes on an individual’s ability to sleep, eat normally, exercise, and develop relationships. In addition, research suggests shift workers are at higher risk for a range of metabolic disorders and diseases (e.g., obesity, cardiovascular disease, peptic ulcers, gastrointestinal problems, failure to control blood sugar levels, and metabolic syndrome). A CME-certified webcourse.
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Live Activities

SHIFTWORK & SLEEP: OPTIMIZING HEALTH, SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE

A series of live CME-certified events presented by The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, National Center on Sleep Disorders Research, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, and National Institutes of Health. To learn more, please contact Michelle Li at 443-451-0947 or at mli@potomacme.org.



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