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DVD materials for Courses in
Pediatric Sleep Medicine.
Available now for ordering!

CME Hours

 

PACKAGE COST

$2500 (Ca residents, add 8.75% sales tax.)
Free shipping and handling in continental US.
All other orders, please add $120 USD for shipping and handling fee.

CONTENTS OF PACKAGE

Introduction, which includes both the activity evaluation form AND the certificate request form.
25 DVDs with 26 hours of lectures (see below for topics) recorded live at the 16th Annual Course in Pediatric Sleep Medicine, March 2010.
Accompanying lecture notes.

OBJECTIVES

The School of Sleep Medicine, Inc.™ strives to provide high quality sleep medicine education for the medical community. This package was developed for clinicians, technologists, and other health professionals with interest in the mangement of infant, pediatric, and adolescent sleep disorders.It is also used as a complement to our live courses.This course will review developmental aspects of normal sleep and sleep disorders in infants, children, and adolescents. Methodological considerations for the laboratory evaluation and diagnostic and treatment issues for this patient population are reviewed. Upon completion of this activity, the participant should be able to discuss or identify:

  • normal developmental aspects of sleep in infants, children, and adolescents
  • the most frequently encountered sleep disorders in infants, children, and adolescents
  • evaluation, diagnoses, and treatment of sleep disorders in infants, children, and adolescents
  • recent studies describing the interface between sleep disorders and emotional and behavioral disorders.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Physicians, technologists, and other health professionals with interest in the management of infant, pediatric, and adolescent sleep disorders.

METHOD OF PARTICIPATION

 

Viewing of DVD lectures takes approximately 26.0 hours. Reviewing course materials, completing recommend reading, and completing the evaluation form take approximately 3.0 hours.

  • View DVD Lectures P01 through P25.
  • Complete the recommend reading materials.
  • Complete the activity evaluation form AND the certificate request form and return both to SSM in order to receive credit.
 
DVD lectures 26.0 hours   CME /
BRN hours
CE credit CEUs
Reviewing course materials and
completing course evaluation form
3.0 hours
Total estimated time to complete activity 29.0 hours 29.0 29.0 2.90

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Program
No. Faculty Lecture Time
P01 Sharon Keenan, PhD The Impact of Undiagnosed Sleep Disturbance In Children 24 min.
P02 Mary Carskadon, PhD Circadian Rhythms and Sleep Homeostasis 63 min.
P03 Mary Carskadon, PhD Adolescent Development and Sleep Regulation 58 min.
P04 John Herman, PhD Circadian Rhythm Disorders in Children 68 min.
P05 John Herman, PhD Circadian Rhythm Disorders in Children: Cases 42 min.
P06 Sharon Keenan, PhD Sleep Stage Scoring 84 min.
P07 Ron Ariagno, MD Sleep Development in Pre-Term & Full-Term Infants 56 min.
P08 Nanci Yuan, MD Primary Sleep Apnea of Infancy 53 min.
P09 Rafael Pelayo, MD Sleeplessness in The Young Child 76 min.
P10 Rafael Pelayo, MD Sleep Disturbance in The Neurologically Impaired Child 26 min.
P11 Rafael Pelayo, MD Pediatric Narcolepsy 58 min.
P12 Rafael Pelayo, MD Pediatric Sleep Pharmacology 42 min.
P13 Robyn Woidtke, RN, RPSGT Methodological & Practical Considerations For A Pediatric Sleep Facility 65 min.
P14 Christian Guilleminault, MD Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing 127 min.
P15 Kasey Li, MD, DDS, FACS Pediatric OSA Treatment: T&A and Beyond 53 min.
P16 Gerald Rosen, MD The Clinical Evaluation of Children with Sleep Problems 73 min.
P17 Gerald Rosen, MD Evaluation & Treatment of Parasomnias in Children 73 min.
P18 Ann Halbower, MD Sleep-Disordsered Breathing in Infants and Children 89 min.
P19 Ann Halbower, MD Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Infants and Children: Cases 62 min.
P20 William Dement, MD,PhD Sleepiness 77 min.
P21 Kin Yuen, MD Childhood Obesity and Sleep Disorders 44 min.
P22 Jodi Sand, RN and Megan Klett, RRT, RPSGT Pediatric Sleep Disorders Program 56 min.
P23 Shannon Sullivan, MD, and Deepti Sinha, MD
Stanford Sleep Medicine Center: Pediatric Cases 72 min.
P24 Majid Mirmiran, MD, PhD Case Studies of Sleep Development in Pre- & Full-Term Infants 68 min.
P25 Stacey Quo, DDS, MD Orthodontics 48 min.
TOTAL DVD VIEWING TIME: 25:57

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.

This enduring material activity, Course in Pediatric Sleep Medicine, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 29 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. AAFP certification begins February 15, 2013. Term of approval is for two years from this date with the option of yearly renewal. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Disclosure: It is the intent of The School of Sleep Medicine, Inc. to assure that its CME activities should not be influenced by the special interests of individuals associated with its programs. Having an interest in or affiliation with any corporate organization does not necessarily influence a speaker’s presentation, but the relationship must be made known in advance to the audience in accordance with the standards of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education. Faculty disclosure statements are provided in the handout material. The School of Sleep Medicine, Inc. has not received commercial support for these activities.

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