AASM Interpreting Sleep Studies course to be offered twice in 2011

On Oct. 23–24, 2011, and Oct. 25–26, 2011, the AASM will host an Interpreting Sleep Studies course at the AASM national office in Darien, IL (a suburb of Chicago). This course, chaired by Robert Basner, MD, will cover a variety of topics related to the interpretation of sleep studies including clinical signs, indications for testing, interpretation of tests and development of treatment plans. The case-based course will provide individuals preparing for the Nov. 10, 2011, sleep medicine board exam with an excellent review of sleep study interpretation. View Course Brochure.

The advanced registration deadline to save on registration fees for this course is Aug. 26, 2011. Each course will be limited to 120 participants, and space is already filling up quickly. Register early to reserve your spot in one of these courses. For full course details including faculty, topics and registration fees, visit the Sleep Education Series portion of the AASM website. Questions can be directed to the AASM meeting department at education@aasm.org or 630-737-9700.

2017-10-04T12:37:40+00:00 July 27th, 2011|Professional Development|