Sleep Week paediatric session
This two-hour session featured two leading international speakers and eight oral presentations from local researchers on cutting-edge paediatric sleep topics.
I sleep, therefore I learn: a lesson for the ephemera society is the talk title from Karen Spruyt, University of Lyon, France. One of the main tasks in childhood is learning. Another primary activity during childhood is sleeping. During sleep, the brain is switched into an activation state that is distinct from
wakefulness at both microscopic (e.g., spindles) and macroscopic (e.g., sleep duration) levels.Progressively more studies overall conclude that without proper sleep a child’s cognitive abilities suffer, but questions on how and to what extent, linger. In this talk, we provide a state of the art on the impact of sleep on cognition.
Children’s sleep in hospital – can we do better? is the focus for Catherine Hill, from University Hospital Southampton, UK. Hospital routines and ward sleep environments are rarely conducive to a good night’s sleep. Sleep debt affects co-sleeping parents as well as the inpatient child. This matters because
short, or broken sleep affects mood, emotional regulation, pain tolerance and immune function. In this talk we will review the international evidence on the impact of the hospital environment on sleep and consider approaches to promote healthy sleep alongside safe care.
- I sleep, therefore I learn: a lesson for the ephemera society - Karen Spruyt, University of Lyon, France
- Children’s sleep in hospital – can we do better? - Catherine Hill, University Hospital Southampton, UK
- A meta-analysis of the relationship between subjective sleep and depression in adolescence - Victoria O'Callaghan
- Sleep planning in adolescents: daily associations between bed and rise time planning and sleep opportunity over 28-day of school and vacation - Svetlana Maskevich
- Perceived sleep need, cumulative sleep deficit, and associations with daily affect in adolescents: a 28-day study over school and holiday periods - Lin Shen
- Associations between sleep and heart rate variability in healthy young children - Barbara Galland
- Polysomnography in infants: a study in the characteristics of infants with suspected sleep disordered breathing - Jagdev Singh
- Early changes in airway obstruction in infants with Robin Sequence - Belema Dede
- Adherence to CPAP in children is not improved by autotitrating CPAP and remote modern monitoring - Anna Mulholland
- Effects of pre-operative CPAP on postoperative outcomes following adentonsillectomy in children with OSA - Katrina Zaballa
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