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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

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Quality Sleep. Sound Mind. Happy World?

The current societal challenges including the COVID-19 crisis, the Ukrainian crisis and the Queensland and NSW flood crisis are all situations which can massively compromise sleep.  We want to spread sleep health messages to the entire community so that

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Löwenstein Medical is regarded a pioneer and global market leader in innovative medical products across sleep medicine, anaesthesia, neonatology and home/intensive care ventilation.

Since the early 1950s, we have been committed to the research and development of ventilation and respiratory care

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The Sleep Health Foundation's Annual General Meeting for 2022 will be taking place at 4.30pm AEST on Thursday November 10 at the Sleep DownUnder Conference at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Below are the meeting papers:

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With a passion in championing better sleep – as a family, it’s our calling. And as a craft, we’ve elevated it to its highest form. We call it Premium Sleep. A combination of craftsmanship, technology, and an inherent talent for giving people the deepest, most rejuvenating sleep of their

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  • Burnout is a common occupational syndrome characterised by feelings of exhaustion, cynicism and low personal accomplishment at work
  • Burnout affects people emotionally and physically, and their behaviour can also change
  • While closely related, burnout and stress are different phenomena, and it is

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A proposal to prevent burnout and shift worker fatigue

As Australia’s leading sleep health advocacy organisation, we are continuing to develop a coordinated strategy to bring about a meaningful and sustainable change in of sleep health in the community. In collaboration with the Australasian Sleep

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Researchers at Federation University are seeking participants aged 18+ to take part in a study exploring the relationships between sleep, mood, trauma symptoms, and coping, resilience, and challenge to core beliefs after experiencing a natural disaster such flood, fire, or other disasters such as

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Promoting better sleep to optimise health, well-being and performance for all Australians.


Improving people’s lives through better sleep

The Sleep Health Foundation is a not for profit health promotion charity that aims to raise community awareness about the value of sleep and its common disorders, and to improve public health and safety. The Foundation receives no government resources and relies on the untied funding and support of its corporate partners, sponsors, members and donations.

Led by an experienced Board of Non-Executive Directors, the Foundation prides itself on its expertise and independence. Our mission is to promote better sleep to optimise health, well-being and performance for all Australians.

Our strategic aims and objectives

  • Community education and health promotion:
    Providing evidence based community education materials and encouraging partnerships to promote sleep health.
  • Political and community advocacy:
    Providing strong advocacy to help meet the sleep health needs of the community and people with sleep disorders.
  • Best practice in services and therapy:
    Encouraging evidence based sleep health treatments and patient-focused services and outcomes.
  • Research:
    Facilitating and disseminating sleep research, including knowledge translation