Sleeping on the job - effective assessment of insomnia and OSA in general practice

Sleeping on the job - effective assessment of insomnia and OSA in general practice

16 Nov 2019, 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

GPCE Melbourne
Language:
English

Your patient complains of not sleeping, snoring or feeling tired - what do you do next? Participants will understand how to assess insomnia and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) in general practice, including triage guidelines: the what, when, where and how to refer to a sleep psychologist or for a home sleep study. You will also have a rare opportunity to review and test the latest home sleep study equipment in this hands-on masterclass session.

Speakers

  • Dr Frank Cahill

    Speaker

    BA, Grad Dip Applied Psych, DPsych, MAPS Dr Cahill is a clinical and counselling psychologist who specialises in treating people suffering from...

  • Mr Chris Bunney

    Speaker

    BAppSc (biophysics) Chris is a senior sleep scientist who has set up a national home sleep study diagnostic service. He was instrumental in...

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