- Date and time Fri 10 Nov 2023 from 9:00am to 5:30pm
- Location Online
- Organised by Sleep Medicine
Technology and artificial intelligence have changed all aspects of life, including how we understand sleep. Wearable devices have flooded the consumer market with unvalidated sleep data that the general public finds useful but also worrying and confusing. While a better understanding of surrogate markers of sleep disorders has resulted in newer diagnostic medical sleep devices being made available, their place in the NHS sleep pathway remains unclear.
Following the pandemic, sleep services around the country are stretched like never before, and there is a national emphasis on using technology and digital solutions to improve sleep pathways. So join us for this informative meeting to understand how digital technology and artificial intelligence have increased awareness of sleep disorders and resulted in innovative patient pathways.
By attending, you will:
- Understand the limitations of unvalidated consumer sleep wearables
- Learn about newer diagnostic sleep devices
- Learn how to use technology to improve current sleep pathways
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We would like to thank our sponsors Acurable, Idorsia, Panthera Dental and ProSomnus for their support of this meeting.
Please note that the main scientific programme and content has not been influenced in any way by the sponsors.
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Registration for this event will close at 1:00am on Monday 6 November 2023. Late registrations will not be accepted.
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