Atrium Health Sleep Symposium 2024
Clinicians receive little exposure to sleep medicine in medical training and often have limited knowledge of sleep disorders. Understanding how to diagnose and treat sleep disorders can allow clinicians to improve a patient’s quality of life and overall health. This course is tailored to clinicians who have an interest in Sleep Medicine. It allows those currently working in the field to learn the most up to date information on sleep disorders, while providing a multidisciplinary approach they can share it with their teams.
This event will be offered at two locations with some of the faculty presenting live from each location.
Sanger Heart & Vascular Auditorium – 1237 Harding Place, Charlotte, NC
Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education, Innovation Quarter, 475 Vine St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Speakers & Topics
Fariha Abbasi Feinberg, MD, FAASM, FAAN | Strategies for Improving Sleep Medicine Practice
Ruth Benca, MD | Geriatrics and Sleep
Prashant Bhave, MD | EKG in Sleep: Watch/Worry/Act
John DuBose, MD | Panel: Case-Based Management in Insomnia
Erin Flynn-Evans, PhD, MPH | The Final Frontier: Sleep in Space
Douglas Kirsch, MD | Updates in Scoring Sleep: Impacts on Clinical Care
Andrew Namen, MD | Cases in Titrating Hypoventilation
Clark Pinyan, MD, MPH | Panel: Case-Based Management in Insomnia
Scott Ryals, MD | Update on Parasomnias: If You Don’t Know, Now You Know
Maria Sam, MD | Seizures and Sleep (Pediatric Focused)