In this activity, Dr. Wyatt will take a deeper dive in the subject of sleep disorders. He will explain in detail the concept of 'sleep switch' and the circadian modulation of the sleep-wake cycle. He will list the causes of daytime sleepiness and the methods to measure it and finally, discuss measures to counteract this increasingly common problem.
In this Clinical Coffee Break, Robert Stickgold of Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, takes a deeper dive into the role of sleep in forming memories, and regulating immune response and insulin production. He also examines proposed links between sleep and schizophrenia.
This enduring Interactive Exchange™ program translates published guidelines and the latest evidence on diagnosing and managing shift work disorder into practical. point-of-care recommendations. The case-based discussions focus on time-efficient evaluations of sleep patterns, diagnostic criteria for shift work disorder, and multimodal therapeutic regimens to reduce excessive sleepiness and associated disability.