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Sleep Tight - No Snoring

46m of CPD
Clare Anderson
27 January 2014

There is increasing research about the importance of sleep not only to our physical health but also our mental wellbeing. In this lecture Dr Clare Anderson explains the normal changes in sleep that occur due to advancing age. Learn about some of the key sleep concepts and why men and women sleep differently.

Educator(s)

Clare Anderson

Educator

Dr Clare Anderson is an associate professor in the School of Psychological Sciences, and leads a research team at the Sleep and Circadian Medicine Laboratory at Monash University. She holds adjunct positions in the Division of Sleep Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in the USA, and is a theme leader in the Cooperative Research Centre for Alertness, Safety and Productivity. She undertook her PhD and doctoral training in sleep science in the UK and the USA before moving to Australia in 2011.

Comments

Norest Mashonganyika23 Dec 2017
well presented

Vera Krenn03 Dec 2017
Great details in topic which was presented in an easy to understand format

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