Montage | Fall 2018 (Volume 3, Issue 3)
What’s in this issue?
Most successful endeavors start with thoughtful planning. In this issue of Montage, we look at the planning process from a few unique perspectives. We report on the first AASM-accredited sleep center on Native American land, we learn about how one sleep technician’s own sleep disorder helped her plan a specific career path, and we go behind the scenes to see how some AASM member resources are made to help them plan and execute their own career objectives.
Sleep Health for Apaches
Established in August 2017, San Carlos Apache Healthcare Corporation is a tribally owned and operated organization serving members of the San Carlos Apache Tribe in Eastern Arizona. Fully accredited by the AASM, this sleep center is located on a Self-Determination Native American Reservation and serves approximately 16,000 Apache Tribal Members.
Troy Sebastian, MSHCA, RPSGT, RST
Sleep Disorders Center – Director
San Carlos Apache Healthcare Corporation
Behind the Scenes of JCSM
Learn about the making of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine from the members who are behind it.
A Journey of Dreams
From narcolepsy diagnosis to sleep technologist – read about one AASM member’s unique journey into the sleep field.
Discover findings of interest in popular sleep journals, catch up on recent articles about sleep, and see what AASM members have been featured in the news.
Learn about AASM Foundation’s 2018 Awards and how they’re focused on giving back to the profession.