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Geoff Eade, RPSGT, CCSH

Geoff Eade, RPSGT, CCSH, has been in the sleep field for 13 years. He received his training through the A-STEP pathway and is now the clinical lead technologist of a four-bed sleep center, the current president of the Mississippi Sleep Society, a sleep consultant and serves on the AAST Standards and Guidelines Committee. He lives in Brandon, Mississippi, and is enrolled at Jackson State University for his bachelor’s degree in health care administration.

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Sleep Technologist Advice | For the Newbie

For the Newbie: Routine

By: Geoff Eade, RPSGT, CCSH
August 26th, 2021

This is part three in the "For the Newbie" series. Click to view part one and part two.

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For the Newbie | career in sleep

For the Newbie: Practice

By: Geoff Eade, RPSGT, CCSH
July 8th, 2021

This is part two in the "For the Newbie" series. View part one here. Entering the field of sleep medicine can be daunting and intense or it can be fun and fascinating. Most of the time it is all of those combined! With this in mind, I’ve started a new series called “For the Newbie,” aimed at providing tricks of the trade for a new technician, or “newbie.” The objective of this series is to help trainees adapt to the sleep field and to remind their trainers what it was like to go through the process from a mindset, practice and routine standpoint.

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For the Newbie | career in sleep

For the Newbie

By: Geoff Eade, RPSGT, CCSH
May 28th, 2021

Entering the field of sleep medicine can be daunting and intense or it can be fun and fascinating. Most of the time it is all of those combined! With this in mind, I want to provide some “tricks of the trade,” so to speak, for a new technician, or “newbie,” in a new series called “For the Newbie.” The objective of this series is to help trainees adapt to the sleep field and to remind their trainers what it was like to go through the process. A technician’s mindset, practice and routine are all important factors that will be beneficial as they enter the field of sleep.

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