This webinar, presented by Mark Aloia, PhD, CBSM will cover the definition of obstructive sleep apnea, review behavioral consequences of sleep disordered breathing (SDB), introduce the problem of adherence, and discuss the role of behavioral sleep medicine in the treatment of SDB.
Introduction to the Psychology of Sleep Medicine Series
The presentations in the Introduction to the Psychology of Sleep Medicine series provide an overview of the application of psychological approaches to the evaluation and treatment of sleep disorders and related conditions. The sessions provide a comprehensive overview of cognitive and behavioral principles as they relate to these specific sleep disorders. Presentations included in this series are:
- Evaluation and Management of CPAP Non-adherence
- Evaluation and Management of Hypersomnia – March 23, 2010
- CBT-I and Strategies for Hypnotic Discontinuation – May 5, 2010
The registration fee ($100.00 for individual members and employees of center members and $170.00 for nonmembers) includes access to the live session and an archived CD-ROM copy of the presentation sent via mail following the live webinar.
The webinar registration fee includes the cost of CME credit for physicians or a letter of attendance for non-physicians for the individual who is registering. If other parties viewing the webinar wish to receive CME credit and/or a letter or attendance, the cost is $10.00 each for individual and center members and $20.00 each for nonmembers. Remember, if you will be the only person viewing the webinar from your location, you do not need to purchase credits; they are included.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This webinar has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Their Elements of the ACCME by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine will award 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.