Wake Up to Sleep Disorders 2023: A Cleveland Clinic Sleep Disorders Center Update
The 12th Cleveland Clinic symposium “Wake Up to Sleep Disorders 2023: A Cleveland Clinic Sleep Disorders Center Update” will focus on emerging concepts and new perspectives that will bring together a diverse panel of experts to review innovative research and multimodal approaches in managing complex sleep disorders, and the expanding landscape of personalization in the provision of sleep medicine care.
This 2-day program will highlight current practices and technological advances influencing therapeutic interventions for sleep medicine populations. Innovations in sleep and brain health, sleep disordered breathing management including neuromodulation, role of artificial intelligence in sleep, pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic advances in insomnia, hypersomnia, and circadian rhythm disorders will be discussed.
Intended for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, technologists and other health care practitioners in the fields of Internal Medicine, Family Practice, Neurology, Otolaryngology, Pediatrics, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Psychiatry, Psychology and Sleep Medicine.
At the completion of this activity, the participant should be able to:
- Describe the uses of technology in the diagnosis and management of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), recognizing how big data can address knowledge gaps in OSA and its effects on the heart and brain.
- Review the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders beyond OSA, including parasomnias and their association with brain health, as well as the use of advanced polysomnographic tests and machine learning for those disorders.
- Summarize the multidisciplinary approach to complex pediatric sleep disordered breathing and describe the health consequences of sleep and circadian misalignment in adolescents.
- Discuss new concepts related to CNS disorders of hyper- somnolence, including emerging therapies and the use of cognitive behavioral therapy for hypersomnia (CBT-H) as an adjunctive intervention.
- Define the adverse health and socio-economic consequences associated with insomnia and sleep deficiency and sleep health disparities in the U.S.