Talking Sleep – An AASM Podcast
The vast field of sleep medicine is always evolving. Listen to Talking Sleep, a podcast of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), to keep up on the latest developments in the practice of clinical sleep medicine. Discussions will take an in-depth look at issues impacting the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Episodes will feature conversations with physicians, researchers, sleep team members and other health care experts working to help us sleep well so we can live well.
Season One of Talking Sleep begins with an episode focusing on one sleep practice’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the following episodes, members of the AASM Education Committee talk to thought leaders in the sleep field about current clinical topics.
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Management of Refractory RLS
We’ll talk with Dr. John Winkelman, chief of the Sleep Disorders Clinical Research Program in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital and an expert in the epidemiology, physiology, cardiovascular consequences and treatment of restless legs syndrome.
Coronavirus and the Sleep Practice
In the debut episode of Talking Sleep, we sit down with Dr. Chris Winter, a sleep physician in Charlottesville, Virginia, to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting his practice and what it could mean for the future of sleep medicine.
Seema Khosla, MD, is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary disease, critical care medicine, and sleep medicine. She works in Fargo, North Dakota, where she is the medical director of the North Dakota Center for Sleep.
Dr. Khosla previously served on the AASM Task Force on Sleep Telemedicine, which developed a position paper for the use of telemedicine for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, and she was co-chair of the AASM Sleep Medicine Trends course. She is currently the chair of the AASM Consumer and Clinical Technology Committee, which developed a position statement on the use of consumer sleep technology in clinical practice.
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