Registration is now open for the Board Review for the Sleep Specialist course. The course will be offered twice: August 14-16, at the Hyatt Lodge in Oak Brook, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, and September 11-13, at the Renaissance Glendale in Glendale, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix.
Board Review for the Sleep Specialist is a two-and-a-half-day course during which a broad review of sleep medicine will be presented. The topics covered mirror American Board of Medical Specialties examination in sleep medicine content areas. The course is taught by an expert faculty including basic researchers, academicians and clinicians at the forefront of sleep medicine. Following the course, all attendees will be provided with complimentary access to the revised AASM online sleep medicine practice examination. The six-part online examination consists of 150 questions in a variety of topic areas and features instant feedback for each question, a built-in reading list and a printable summary guide, so you can tailor your future study.
The Sleep Research Society will be hosting a course on August 13 at the Hyatt Lodge and on September 10 at the Renaissance Glendale entitled Basic Science for the Sleep Specialist in conjunction with the Board Review for the Sleep Specialist course. Individuals must be registered for Board Review for the Sleep Specialist to attend Basic Science for the Sleep Specialist. This course will cover content areas for ABMS sleep medicine exam preparation including sleep-wake mechanisms, neurophysiology; chronobiology/neurophysiology; organ systems physiology; and basic sleep-wake pharmacology.
Click here for more information on both the AASM Board Review for the Sleep Specialist and the SRS Basic Science for the Sleep Specialist courses.