Why Regular Sleep Timing Matters

Presented by International Speaker Dr Dorothee Fischer, an emerging international leader in sleep and chronobiology and is a fellow Research Associate at the Institute for Aerospace Medicine, German Aerospace Centre.

This webinar will provide insights into what we have learned about sleep regularity and highlight future directions for the sleep field. 

While the importance of obtaining sleep of sufficient duration and quality for health and wellbeing is well established, the role of when we sleep can be overlooked. Recently great strides have been taken in understanding the role of sleep regularity or maintaining consistent sleep/wake times night to night, for health. 

Who will benefit from attending this webinar:
Researchers at all career stages, from students to senior researchers, and clinicians. While pitched from the Chronobiology Council, this webinar covers topics spanning the interests of each of the ASA’s councils. 

Key Takeaways

  • Familiarity with recent advances in the role of sleep regularity on health 
  • Understand methods for measuring sleep regularity across different settings
  • What the key challenges and next frontiers are for research examining sleep regularity and how sleep timing interacts with circadian timing.

This webinar is free for everyone, but registration is required. To register you will need to log in with your member details, or create an account on this website if you’re not a member.

This webinar will be recorded and made available online afterwards. By registering to attend you are giving your permission to be recorded.

Please note

  • Registrations will close two hours before the webinar starts and you will not be able to register after that.
  • We will email you the webinar access details after you register and again a few hours before the webinar commences.

Attendees will automatically receive 1 CPD hour credit and a certificate through the ASA Learning Centre. Inquiries about this meeting should be directed to Kristen Ellard.

Co-Chairs Dr Julia Stone & A/Prof Nicole Lovato

Date: Wednesday 5th April 2023
Time: 6pm AEST time Victoria, NSW, ACT, Queensland
5:30pm South Australia             
4pm WA 

4/5/2023 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time

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