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Presented by: Devon Hansen Ph.D., Stephen James Ph.D., Matthew Layton M.D., Ph.D., FACP, DFAPA, Marian Wilson Ph.D., MPH, RN-BC, This program brings together a collaborative team of local experts in laboratory and applied research as well as clinicians who will provide an overview of sleep physiology, laboratory and field-based research, as well as the clinical implications of sleep loss and/or disorders, shift work, chronic medical conditions, and addiction on sleep-related health.

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When: September 8th, 2018
8 AM - 12 PM
Where: WSU Spokane - Academic Center Room 241
410 E Spokane Falls Blvd
Academic Center Room 241
Spokane, Washington  99202
United States
Contact: Sierra VanderHoogt
2065474220


Online registration is available until: 9/8/2018
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Presented by:
Devon Hansen Ph.D., Stephen James Ph.D., Matthew Layton M.D., Ph.D., FACP, DFAPA, Marian Wilson Ph.D., MPH, RN-BC 

 

CE Credits: 4.0 Pending*


We spend a 1/3 of our life asleep. However, many obstacles get in the way of achieving a good night of rest. This program brings together a collaborative team of local experts in laboratory and applied research as well as clinicians who will provide an overview of sleep physiology, laboratory and field-based research, as well as the clinical implications of sleep loss and/or disorders, shift work, chronic medical conditions, and addiction on sleep-related health. Participants will be provided an introductory course in sleep physiology and function. The faculty will present findings of their highly controlled laboratory and field-based research, as well as provide interpretation of their findings and discuss implementation in the real world. Finally, innovative options for treating adults with chronic pain and/or addiction will be explored.  

 

1) Participants will be able to articulate the basics of the function of human sleep and related physiology 
2) Participants will be able to describe the role of and consequences of variable sleep schedules on in-laboratory, field, and various occupational and military settings
3) Participants will be able to describe the role of sleep in chronic pain and opioid use disorder
4) Participants will be able to identify current clinical recommendations in the treatment of mental health, pain, and addiction as they relate to sleep

 

Half Day - One Course
Early Bird
5% discount
ends Aug.4
Regular Pricing
starts Aug. 5
Ends Aug. 31
Late Pricing
starts Sept. 1
Non-Member 114.75 123.00 135.00
Basic Member 109.65 117.00 129.00
Premium Member 99.75 105.00 116.00
Platinum Member 99.75 105.00 116.00
Post Doc/Retired/Emeritus Member 89.25 95.00 105.00
Post Grad 66.50 70.00 77.00
Member Student 39.10 42.00 46.20

 

*The learning objectives and workshop description presented are subject to change pending final CE application approval before the workshop date. WSPA will immediately notify all registrants and WSPA members of any said changes by email and will immediately hi-light said changes on our website and on social media.

 

Cancellation policies

  • During early bird registration period registrants will receive a 100% refund of fees if notified within 3 days. A 90% refund of fees when notified after 3 days (to allow for requests made after 3 pm on a Friday)
  •  During regular registration period a 75% of registration fees will be refunded for full day or for half day pricing.
  • During late registration period no fees will be refunded.
  • Refund request due to special circumstances will be evaluated on a case by case basis. Refunded fees may be applied to new membership dues or membership dues renewal.

Washington State Psychological Association (WSPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. WSPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

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