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Awakening Clinical Sleep Services post COVID-19:

COVID-19 has changed how we live, how we interact with each other and how we work.

If you're working in Sleep Medicine you won't want to miss hearing from five prominent US Clinical Sleep Service leader reflections on "Reopening Sleep Services".

Professor Patrick Strollo of the University of Pittsburgh Department of Medicine joins us as the moderator for this session, exploring the steps that Clete Kushida, Alejandro Chediak, Ana Krieger and James Rowley have employed to manage their Clinical Sleep Services both now and in the future.

The topics covered in today's webinar:

1. Sleep Services restart
2. Teleconsult
3. Home Sleep Testing
4. Home treatment trials – Following up remotely

Stay tuned for the last 20 minutes, where we open the floor for you to ask them all your burning questions.
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Speakers

Moderator - Patrick Strollo Jr
Professor of Medicine and Clinical and Translational Research @University of Pittsburgh Department of Medicine
Dr. Strollo is Professor of Medicine and Clinical and Translational Science at the University of Pittsburgh. He is the Vice Chair of Medicine for Veterans Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine . He is certified by the by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Diseases, and Sleep Medicine.
Expert Panel - Clete Kushida M.D., PhD | Ana C Krieger M.D. MPH | Alejandro Chediak M.D., James Rowley M.D
Clete A. Kushida | Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, Stanford University Medical Center Ana C. Krieger | Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Departments of Medicine, Neurology and Genetic Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine Alejandro D. Chediak | Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine James Rowley | Professor Internal Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine