January 10, 2019
An estimated 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders such as insomnia or sleep apnea, with additional impacts stemming from related medical conditions like cardiovascular disease, COPD, mental illness and more. Unfortunately, many patients are unaware that their fatigue or insomnia could be related to more serious problems — from diabetes to drowsy driving — and may feel they simply have to “deal with it.”
Helping patients understand their sleep conditions and potential health risks is the role of the clinical sleep health educator, says Grace Denault, sleep educator at the Academy of Sleep and Wellness and instructor for the University of Delaware’s Essentials of Clinical Sleep Health and Education online course.
As a healthcare provider, are you equipped to assist in the management and treatment of your patients’ overall sleep health?
Take the quiz and enter our raffle for a course discount! Submit your answers by Feb. 18, including a valid email address, and you’ll be entered in a raffle to receive a 20% discount on the University of Delaware 7-week online course Essentials of Clinical Sleep Health and Education, Feb. 25-April 12, 2019.
Essentials of Clinical Sleep Health and Education Online Course
The University of Delaware’s Essentials of Clinical Sleep Health and Education Online Course introduces healthcare professionals to the specialty of sleep medicine.