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By: Kevin Asp on August 11th, 2016

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Join Us At The AAST Fall Course For Terrence Malloy's Talk On Interpreting Hypnograms



Photo Courtesy of Hypnagogia

Meet our speaker Terrence Malloy, RST, RPSGT


Get to know Terrence, RST, RPSGT

Terrence began training in sleep in 1986, in Milwaukee, WI, under the direction of Robert Pamenter. He continued to work and train at Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston University Hospital.

He has had his RPSGT credential since 1990 and from 1998-2014,  was the lead instructor at the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine & Technology.

Terrence has also served on Board of GASP (Georgia Association of Sleep Professionals) and is the recipient of the AAST's Dr. Sharon Keenan Award for Excellence in Education. 

Today, Terrence has returned to  work in his hometown of Milwaukee, WI and works in a sleep center at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.

Here's what to expect: 

Saturday, October 8, 2016

9:30-10 am 

"Interpreting Hypnograms"

Course Objectives

  • Analyze sleep stages.
  • Interpreting event patterns across the night.

To register for the AAST Fall Course in Cleveland, click the image below.

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