Learning Module on Therapy for Behavioral Comorbidities is Now Available!
What every sleep technologist should know about behavioral comorbidities
When two disorders or illnesses occur in the same person, simultaneously or sequentially, they are described as comorbid. So what challenges do comorbidities present when a sleep technologist is recording or analyzing the results of a sleep study?
Learn more about how behavioral comorbidities affect sleep related breathing disorders in sleep center patients by viewing this comprehensive lecture by Dr. Richard Rosenberg, Adjunct Faculty at California State University, Long Beach.
In this learning module, Dr. Rosenberg reviews studies of the association between sleep related breathing and behavioral disorders. Potential causal relationships and comorbidity effects are postulated. The discussion focuses on known relationships between obstructive sleep apnea, depression and cognitive impairment.
More about the course presenter
Dr. Richard Rosenberg was a student of Allan Rechtschaffen at the University of Chicago and received his PhD in 1980. He started the Evanston Hospital Sleep Disorders Center and was a member of the Departments of Neurology and Psychology of Northwestern University.
He served on the AASM Board of Directors from 1999 – 2003, and was Director of Professional Education and Training at the AASM. He is Chief Executive Officer of Rosenberg Sleep Consulting and Educational Consultant for the AAST. He teaches in the Departments of Psychology and Human Development, California State University, Long Beach.
Dr. Rosenberg's lecture on comorbidities provides 1 CEC and is available at a discounted price for members in the AAST Online Learning Center here.
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