Montage | Summer 2019 (Volume 4, Issue 2)
What’s in this issue?
Collaboration is one of the keys to success in the field of sleep medicine, and AASM members truly exemplify the collaborative spirit in their work and their volunteer efforts. This issue of Montage explores how dentists and physicians can collaborate to treat sleep disorders, the opportunity for advanced practice providers to become certified in behavioral sleep medicine, teamwork within the research realm, and how members utilize precision medicine to build deeper relationships with patients.
Meet Your Incoming Leaders – 2019 Election Results
The following leaders were nominated by the AASM Board of Directors after being recommended by the Nominating Committee, and their election was confirmed by a vote of the membership. Their terms begin during the AASM General Membership Meeting on Monday, June 10, during SLEEP 2019, the 33rd annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies LLC (APSS) in San Antonio. During the meeting, the current president-elect, Kelly Carden, MD, MBA, will become the 2019 – 2020 AASM president.
Kannan Ramar MD
Fariha Abbasi-Feinberg MD, FAASM
Eric J. Olson MD
Seema Khosla MD, FCCP
Sleep Care Gets Personal with Precision Medicine
Dr. Rachel Marie E. Salas defines precision medicine for the sleep field.
A Collaborative Approach to Improving Patient Care
Dr. Kelly Carden answers questions about the dentist- physician relationship.
Learn how advanced practice providers (APPs) play a role in opening pathways to BSM
Mojdeh Heavner, PharmD, one of the young investigators awarded the opportunity to attend the 2019 Young Investigators Research Forum, shares her experience with the Montage team.
Discover findings of interest in popular sleep journals, catch up on recent articles about sleep, and learn about the winner of this year’s Sleep Works For You High School Video Contest.