Take your sleep medicine career further with the AASM’s premier professional development programs and helpful resources. From training to events, there are many ways that AASM helps to provide you with the information you need to stay at the forefront of Sleep Medicine.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine career center lets professionals including physicians, sleep technologists and administrators browse current job openings in the field of sleep medicine. Sleep professionals are also encouraged to post their resumes within our job board to help in the position search.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine offers opportunities for physicians to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ every month, whether it’s through on-demand learning opportunities, scientific research articles or live courses and events. Click below to find out more about the CME opportunities available.
AASM MOC is a recertification solution tailored to the needs of sleep medicine physicians. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine continues to develop maintenance of certification self-assessment materials that meet the requirements of leading medical boards.
Learn about how Inter-Scorer Reliability can help train your technologists on sleep study scoring.
Become a certified sleep technologist with the help of AASM accredited trainers.
Teach sleep center staff the key concepts of coding, insurance and reimbursement.
Advanced Practice Nurses and Physician Assistants
Young Investigators Research Forum
The Forum is designed to aid the career development of promising young investigators in clinical and translational sleep medicine research.
Prepare yourself for a career in the field of sleep medicine with this great resource.
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ASMF Career Development Awards are up to $100,000 per award and each for a period of up to one year.