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The Annual General Meeting of the Sleep Health Foundation (SHF) will be held in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Meeting - Sleep DownUnder 2019 event, on Friday 18th October 2019 at 5:15 – 6:15pm, International Convention Centre, Sydney.
Nomination of board members
Two board positions become
Sleep Health Foundation Research Grant Program Winners
Survey on ‘Understanding and helping the sleep deficits of Australian carers’
We are delighted to announce the winners of the SHF Research Grant Program 2019 from a group of very competitive applications are the team from Central
When sleep isn’t good, everything else can fall apart, fast. Jo Stanley and Shelley Ware explore the factors that keep us all up, and how we can get a good night’s sleep. Plus guest psychologist and sleep specialist, Dr Moira Junge brings practical tips and comfort to even the most restless of us
Sleep and emotional well-being
The saying ‘they got out of the wrong side of the bed’ is often used to describe someone who is moody, irritable or hard to get along with on a particular day. This saying shows that people understand that there is a relationship between how you slept and
Targeting mental health through improved sleep
To acknowledge Mental Health Week (9-17 October 2021) the Sleep Health Foundation is highlighting the strong links between sleeping well and having good mental health.
These links can be explored across three different aspects.
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Are farmers’ sleeping habits linked to disproportionate worker fatality and suicide rates among the occupation?
The Farming and Rural workers Sleep Health (FRESH) study is aiming to better understand farmers’ sleep and sleeping issues, as well as their general health and wellbeing and work habits
Congratulations to our director Dr Alex Wolkow on receiving an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA). The Sleep Health Foundation welcomes the opportunity to provide leadership development to help shape its members careers in the field of sleep health
Svetlana Maskevich is a final year Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) candidate at the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health (Monash University, Melbourne). Her PhD focuses on identifying cognitive-behavioural factors contributing to adolescent sleep. In her published