Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine Newsletter October 2018

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THE SLEEP TALKER

NEWSLETTER VOLUME 23 october 2018

 

PRESIDENT'S BLOG:  october 2018

Dr Donna Arand, SBSM President, shares with the SBSM members updates about the 2018 Fall Conference.  

  

 

consultant registry - mary king, phd

As many of you may know, the Practice Committee section of SBSM is developing a Consultant Registry.  We have previously distributed a form for interested consultants. Several of you have responded and expressed interest in functioning as consultants to those seeking specialization in behavioral sleep medicine and in sitting for the DBSM specialty board. We will be distributing an additional follow up questionnaire to those who have expressed interest, in order to better identify areas of sub specialization for potential trainees.  The goal of this questionnaire is to facilitate trainees and consultants in matching with similar interests.

 
 

FEATURED TRAINEE - andrew guzman, psyd

Currently, Andrew is a postdoctoral fellow at the Stanford University Sleep Medicine Center in Redwood City, CA. In this role, he engages in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, parasomnias, sleep apnea, and restless leg syndrome. He completed is Psy.D. at La Salle University in Philadelphia, PA.

  

 

SBSM continuing education discounts 

All SBSM online courses are discounted until the end of 2018.  Take advantage of this great opportunity to learn and obtain approved continuing education credits.

   

  

Call for abstracts and proposals: 1st Annual Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine (SBSM) scientific Meeting

We are delighted to extend an invitation to you for the 1st Annual SBSM Scientific Meeting to be held September 12-14, 2019 in Birmingham, AL, at the Renaissance Birmingham Ross Bridge Resort & Spa.

Theme: Advancing the Science of Behavioral Sleep Medicine and its Impact on Population Health

 

                   

  

Science  Advisory committee  - natasha williams, Edd, mph, msw

The Science Advisory Committee for the Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine recently completed a needs assessment of its members and affiliated members of the behavioral sleep medicine community. The primary objective of this assessment was to determine ways in which SBSM can continue to best serve its members and their scientific activities and interests. The assessment was conducted in June 2018 and included 52 participants.

 

Click on the link below for the summary of the primary findings.

 

   

Renew your sbsm membership for 2018

 

Log into the Member Portal and complete your renewal or if your membership has expired complete your membership renewal at the link below: 

 

SBSM education calendar - save the dates

Plan to join us: 

    

     2018 Practice and Consultation Webinar

       Date:   November 28, 2018

       Time:  12:00 Noon Eastern time

       Topic:  Restless Legs

       Presenter:  Suzanne Bertisch, MD, MPH

       Discussant:  John Winkelman, MD, PhD

 

 

 

2019 SBSM 1st Annual Scientific Conference - Mark your Calendars!
September 12 - 15, 2019 - Birmingham, AL 

       

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