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Category Archives: Sleep Tech News

Trucks, Trains and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

For many truck drivers and train operators, the adequate amount of sleep is vital not only for the effectiveness of their duties but to protect the lives of their other passengers. What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea and what are the current Federal regulations for OSA testing? “Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, arises from what is […]

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October is ADHD Awarness Month: ADHD & Sleep Disorders

Knowing is Better – ADHD Awareness Month ADHD Awareness Month is celebrated every October, with events and activities happening across the country and around the world. Attention-deficit–hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood psychiatric disorders, estimated to affect 5–10% of school-aged children worldwide. “Knowing is Better” as the Attention Deficit Disorder Association […]

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A Proposal for Later School Start Times

Teenagers Need More Sleep Any parent who has the responsibility to awaken a sleeping teenager usually has their hand full! In fact, most parents of teenagers will tell you that teenagers today just don’t get enough sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation’s Adolescent Research Report: Sleep Needs and Resource Guide and Patterns, “90% of […]

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Featured Courses of the Month: New Course!

SleepEdu.org is continually working hard to improve your online education experience with well-crafted courses that offers beneficial and needed instruction to improve your patient care. This month, we have added a NEW course … “Non-Invasive Ventilation“, which we are excited to offer. And we are also featuring this month one of our most popular course, […]

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“Back to School” Special AARC Approved Course Package

Don’t Procrastinate when it comes to your Continuing Education Credits “Never put off for tomorrow, what you can do today.” – Thomas Jefferson As Fall approaches, this is the time of the year for young ones, from preschooler to college students, to return to serious learning when the Fall semester begins in late August or […]

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How to Get the Most out of your Online Education

Continuing Education is a requirement for Sleep Technicians and Respiratory Therapists, as well as other medical staff, with an average of 20 to 30 hours every two years of continuing education credits to maintain their license and accreditation.  Many view these continuing education courses, whether online or in person as a necessary evil, but did […]

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Managing Your Time Effectively (Online Course)

Statistics about Time Management 43% of Americans categorize themselves as disorganized, and 21% have missed vital work deadlines. Nearly half say disorganization causes them to work late at least 2 or times each week. (Esselte survey, David Lewis) 20% of the average workday is spent on “crucial” and “important” things, while 80% of the average workday is spent […]

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Sleep Across the Age Continuum

Insufficient Sleep or Sleep disorders (apnea, insomnia, snoring) are considered a Public Health Problem according to the CDC (Center for Disease Control).  Why? “Unintentionally falling asleep, nodding off while driving, and having difficulty performing daily tasks because of sleepiness all may contribute to these hazardous outcomes. Persons experiencing sleep insufficiency are also more likely to suffer from […]

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Save Time & Money with Online Continuing Education

“Everything requires time. It is the only truly universal condition. All work takes place in time and uses up time. Yet most people take for granted this unique, irreplaceable, and necessary resource. Nothing else, perhaps, distinguishes effective executives as much as their tender loving care of time.” – Peter Drucker (1909-2005) Working professionals, regardless of their […]

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Narcolepsy Sleep Technologists: Course Information

Continuing education course: Narcolepsy What is Narcolepsy? Narcolepsy is a neurological disorder that affects the control of sleep and wakefulness. People with narcolepsy experience excessive daytime sleepiness and sporadic, uncontrollable episodes of falling asleep during the day. These attacks can occur during any type of activity at any time of the day. In a typical […]

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