Healthier Sleep is a publication of World Sleep Society. With an international sleep medicine and research base, World Sleep Society launched this magazine to support the patients of our sleep professionals.
Leaders in the sleep medicine and research field subscribe to receive Healthier Sleep Magazine for use in their offices, waiting rooms, sleep labs, universities, hospitals, clinics and other various locations. In our first year,we aim to increase circulation from 1,400 print pieces per issue up to 7,000 and beyond.
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World Sleep Society
Melissa C. Lipford, MD
Maya Ramagopal, MD
Robert J. Thomas, MD
About World Sleep Society
World Sleep Society is a nonprofit membership organization serving professionals working in the field of sleep medicine and research. World Sleep Society represents individual members and society members from around the world.
The mission of World Sleep Society is to advance sleep health worldwide. World Sleep Society will fulfill this mission by promoting and encouraging education, research and patient care throughout the world, particularly where the practice of sleep medicine is less developed. World Sleep Society will act as a bridge between different sleep societies and cultures, supporting and encouraging worldwide exchange of clinical information and scientific studies related to sleep medicine. World Sleep Society will seek to encourage development and exchange of information for worldwide and regional standards of practice for sleep medicine.
World Sleep Day is an annual event, intended to be a celebration of sleep and a call to action on important issues related to sleep, including medicine, education, social aspects and driving. It is organized by the World Sleep Day Committee of World Sleep Society and aims to lessen the burden of sleep problems on society through better prevention and management of sleep disorders. World Sleep Day is held the Friday before Spring Vernal Equinox of each year. Future date will be: Friday, March 18, 2022.
World Sleep Congress is a biennial congress on sleep medicine and research that provides participants from around the world with unmatched opportunities to exchange scientific ideas and experiences in sleep medicine. Join us to learn about recent advances in sleep medicine including up-to-date clinical and basic research techniques.
International Sleep Research Training Program (ISRTP) is World Sleep Society’s training program to prepare sleep trainees from various countries throughout the world for future leadership in basic and/or clinical sleep research.