New report on Cost effectiveness of CPAP for Treatment of OSA

Deloitte Access Economics have just completed a study, commissioned by the Sleep Health Foundationn into the cost effectiveness of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy for obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA).

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The ‘Sleep Calculator’ is just unscientific hype

Sleep Health Foundation says that the assumptions that the Sleep Calculator makes, and the advice it gives, are not based on scientific evidence.

The Calculator takes two scientific facts, firstly that we have sleep cycles across the night of approximately 90 minutes

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Inquiry into Sleep Health Awareness in Australia

The Sleep Health Foundation and the Australasian Sleep Association were delighted yesterday to learn that the national parliamentary Standing Committee on Health, Aged Care and Sport has commenced an Inquiry into Sleep Health Awareness in Australia.

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Healthy Sleep Partners

Through our Healthy Sleep Partner Program, the Sleep Health foundation encourages businesses who have direct contact with consumers interested in a good night’s sleep, to partner with it and become informed advocates for healthier sleep. 

While the Sleep Health Foundation Board has agreed

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Queen's birthday honour to Prof David Hillman

Congratulations to Professor David Hillman, Deputy Chair Sleep Health Foundation

The Sleep Health Foundation is delighted and proud to congratulate Professor David Hillman, who has been recognised in the 2018 Queen's Birthday Honours List for significant service to medicine as an anaesthesiologist

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Latest report: Asleep On the Job

This Sleep Health Foundation report by Deloitte Access Economics uses a careful, evidence-based approach to convincingly add up the many billions of dollars that poor sleep has cost the Australian economy in 2016-2017.

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Australia's Sleepiness Epidemic

Australia is in the grip of a sleep deprivation epidemic that is dragging down the nation’s productivity, risking safety and damaging mental health, a national sleep study reveals.

Research by the Sleep Health Foundation has found 33 to 45 per cent of adults sleep either poorly or not long enough

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New Sleep Disorders Clinic at St George Hospital

NSW HEALTH Minister Jillian Skinner opens Clinic.

The six-bed Centre for Sleep Disorders & Respiratory Failure Annexe is an expansion of the former two-bed sleep disorders laboratory established in 1994.

It was the first centre to publish orthodontic treatments for obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)

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World Sleep Day Award

The Sleep Health Foundation and the Australasian Sleep Association have been selected for the 2nd year in a row by the World Association of Sleep Medicine to receive a Distinguished Activity Award in recognition of the "outstanding activities to raise awareness of sleep issues in Australia and New

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Volunteers required for sleep-related research studies

We need volunteers for sleep research.

There are many research studies looking for volunteers. As a research participant you play a critical role in helping to advance the treatment and understanding of many diseases and conditions. If you are interested in click on the link below. The study

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Policy Statement on Sleep

The American Thoracic Society (ATS) has released a policy statement with recommendations for clinicians and the general public on achieving good-quality sleep and getting enough sleep.

"Sleep plays a vital role in human health, yet there is a lack of sufficient guidance on promoting good sleep

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Sleep Survey here

Complete the SLEEP SURVEY and encourage your friends and work colleagues to complete it.

Sleep Awareness Week kicks off Monday, 6 July 2015 and finishes on Sunday, 12 July 2015. It is an annual community education and awareness campaign to promote the importance of sleep as a fundamental pillar of

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