Sleep Across the Lifespan: Identification & Management

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For GPs, Registrars & Nurses.

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Join us for this upcoming educational session presented by Professor Sarah Blunden.

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain sleep and the physiological, medical and psychosocial contributors to poor sleep health.
  • Apply treatment modalities for physiological and behavioural sleep problems across the age span.
  • Analyse various methods of triage and discuss referral pathways to specialist services.
  • Apply acquired knowledge to discuss illustrative case studies.
  • Identify diverse avenues for accessing resources.

Presented By

Professor Sarah Blunden

MAPS, BAPsych (Hons), MSocSc, MClinPsy, PhD), Head of Paediatric Sleep Research and Professor of Clinical Psychology at Central Queensland University

Professor Blunden is a clinical psychologist specialising in the treatment of children’s sleep problems and related mental health issues. Sarah is the Founder and Director of the Paediatric Sleep and Psychology Clinic, Director of SensibleSleep and Sleep Education Centre in Australia and member of the Education Committee, Behavioural Sleep Medicine Subcommittee and chair of the Indigenous Sleep Health Special Interest Group, all of the Australasian Sleep Association.

QI & CPD Accredited Activity: Cat 2, 4 Points

Funded By

Adelaide Primary Health Network

Supported By

Upstream Health


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