Dear Colleagues and Friends,

On behalf of the Organising Committee, it is our honour to invite you to attend the Chinese University of Hong Kong Sleep 2016 Conference organised jointly by the Departments of Psychiatry and Paediatrics from 12th to 16th October 2016.

The scientific committee has once again put together a stimulating and educational programme for this biennial event. The programme has been designed to meet the needs of different healthcare professionals involved in the field of sleep medicine. We are honoured to experience and be inspired by our overseas and local experts sharing with us the latest advances in the sleep research and clinical practice. We encourage all of you to make the most out of this precious opportunity presented by the contributors to the programme. We hope that this conference will provide all delegates with a multidisciplinary platform to exchange innovative ideas and latest research findings, and foster collaboration and networks.

We look forward to seeing you in this exciting conference.

Prof. Yun Kwok Wing and Prof. Albert Martin Li,
Co-Director


CUHK Sleep 2016 Organising Committee

 

 

 

 

Members:

Rachel Ngan-Yin CHAN

Crover Kwok-Wah HO

Joyce Siu-Ping LAM

Venny Kwai-Ho LAM

Yaping LIU

Hung-Kwan SO

Jessie Chi-Ching TSANG

Mandy Wai-Man YU

Jihui ZHANG

Shirley Xin LI


Date: 12-14 Oct 2016
Polysomnography Workshop

Fundamentals of PSG – From Basic Principles to Practical Applications

Interactive Clinical & Practical Pearls

Hands-on PSG Scoring Session

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Date: 14 Oct 2016
Psychotherapy Workshop

Practical Assessment and Management of Insomnia Using CBT
Basic elements of CBT-I protocol
How to incorporate principles and strategies to optimize CBT-I

Date: 15-16 Oct 2016
Conference Highlights

Interaction between Sleep and Society
Basic Neuroscience of Sleep
Latest advances in Paediatric & Adult Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
Insomnia and Parasomnias - What you need to know for your practice
Consequences and Intervention for Sleep Deprivation
Oral and Poster Presentation
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New Asia College