Sleep 2011 June 11-15 Preliminary Program

The Preliminary Program for SLEEP 2011, the 25th annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies (APSS) is available online. View PDF of full program

This program includes comprehensive information about scheduled sessions and courses, continuing education, registration, hotel and travel.


The following SLEEP 2011 sessions do not have any remaining seats available and are sold-out: the APSS does not maintain waiting lists for sold-out sessions

Meet the Professor Sessions:

M01: Genetic Basis of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms
Fred Turek, PhD

M03: Perioperative Assessment and Management of Patients with OSA: Impact and Outcomes
Peter Gay, MD

M04: Predicting and Improving CPAP Adherence
Christopher Lettieri, MD

M05: Sleep and the Failing Heart
Virend Somers, MD, PhD

M07: When Does a Child Become an Adult? How to Apply the AASM Scoring Rules in Adolescents
Lee Brooks, MD

M09: Basics of Portable Monitoring
Max Hirshkowitz, PhD

M12: Oral Appliances in Sleep Medicine
Dennis Bailey, DDS

M16: Treatment of Narcolepsy – Cataplexy across the Lifespan
Emmanuel Mignot, MD, PhD

M17: Beyond Dopamine Therapy: Causes and Management of Refractory RLS
Michael Silber, MBChB

M19: Designing a PAP Compliance Program
Lawrence Epstein, MD

M22: Portable Monitor Testing: Ready or Not Here It Comes
Samuel Kuna, MD

Lunch and Learn:

L01: Hypnotic Induced Sleep Is As Good As Natural Sleep
Michael Perlis, PhD; and Thomas Roth, PhD

L02: Should Mild Sleep Apnea Be Treated?
Michael Littner, MD; and Terri Weaver, PhD

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