Updated November 11, 1999

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NOVEMBER 1999

The Clinical Polysomnography and Sleep Medicine Course will be held at the School of Sleep Medicine November 1-5, 1999 in Palo Alto, CA.

The course provides participants with a comprehensive review of the basics of sleep medicine. This course is an intensive review of technical and clinical aspects of sleep medicine. It has been rated highly by physicians, technologists, psychologists, nurses, and other health care professionals. Those responsible for the evaluation, diagnosis, or management of the sleep disorder patient will benefit from this course.

JANUARY 2000

The Clinical Polysomnography and Sleep Medicine Course will be held at the School of Sleep Medicine January 10-14, 2000 in Palo Alto, CA.

The course provides participants with a comprehensive review of the basics of sleep medicine. This course is an intensive review of technical and clinical aspects of sleep medicine. It has been rated highly by physicians, technologists, psychologists, nurses, and other health care professionals. Those responsible for the evaluation, diagnosis, or management of the sleep disorder patient will benefit from this course.

FEBRUARY 2000

The Advanced Course in Sleep Medicine, Part 2 will be held on Feb 16-18 and again on Feb 21-23, 2000 at the School of Sleep Medicine in Palo Alto, CA.

This course is designed exclusively for clinicians preparing to take Part 2 of the American Board of Sleep Medicine. There is a minimum of didactic presentation. Emphasis is on case presentation, including clinical histories and sleep laboratory findings.

MARCH 2000

Lifesavers 2000 - National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities will be held at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia, March 12-14, 2000.

Registration Fees:

For More information, write to:

Lifesavers2000
PO Box 30045
Alexandria, VA 22310-0045

The Fourth International Conference on Fatigue and Transportation, "Coping with the 24-Hour Society" will be held at the Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle, Western Australia March 19 - 22, 2000.

For more information contact:

Laurence Hartley
Tel: +618 9360 2398
Fax: +618 9360 6492
E-mail: hartley@socs.murdoch.edu.au

The Advanced Course in Sleep Medicine, Part 1 will be held March 20-24, 2000 at the School of Sleep Medicine in Palo Alto, CA.

This course is designed for clinicians who have taken a previous course in sleep medicine and plan to specialize in the field of sleep medicine. Included in this review of normal human sleep and sleep disorders are neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurotransmitters in sleep, pharmacology and basic mechanisms of circadian rhythms.

APRIL 2000

The Pediatric Sleep Medicine Course will be held April 10-14, 2000 at the School of Sleep Medicine in Palo Alto, CA.

This course is designed to focus on the developmental aspects of normal infant sleep and sleep disorders in infants and children. Methodological considerations for the laboratory evaluation and diagnostic and treatment issues for this patient population are reviewed.

MAY 2000

The Clinical Polysomnography and Sleep Medicine Course will be held at the School of Sleep Medicine May 15-19, 2000 in Palo Alto, CA.

The course provides participants with a comprehensive review of the basics of sleep medicine. This course is an intensive review of technical and clinical aspects of sleep medicine. It has been rated highly by physicians, technologists, psychologists, nurses, and other health care professionals. Those responsible for the evaluation, diagnosis, or management of the sleep disorder patient will benefit from this course.

AUGUST 2000

The Advanced Course in Sleep Medicine, Part 1 will be held August 21-25, 2000 at the School of Sleep Medicine in Palo Alto, CA.

This course is designed for clinicians who have taken a previous course in sleep medicine and plan to specialize in the field of sleep medicine. Included in this review of normal human sleep and sleep disorders are neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurotransmitters in sleep, pharmacology and basic mechanisms of circadian rhythms.

SEPTEMBER 2000

The Advanced Course in Sleep Medicine, Part 1 will be held September 11-15, 2000 at the School of Sleep Medicine in Palo Alto, CA.

This course is designed for clinicians who have taken a previous course in sleep medicine and plan to specialize in the field of sleep medicine. Included in this review of normal human sleep and sleep disorders are neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurotransmitters in sleep, pharmacology and basic mechanisms of circadian rhythms.

NOVEMBER 2000

The Clinical Polysomnography and Sleep Medicine Course will be held at the School of Sleep Medicine November 6-10, 2000 in Palo Alto, CA.

The course provides participants with a comprehensive review of the basics of sleep medicine. This course is an intensive review of technical and clinical aspects of sleep medicine. It has been rated highly by physicians, technologists, psychologists, nurses, and other health care professionals. Those responsible for the evaluation, diagnosis, or management of the sleep disorder patient will benefit from this course.

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