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By: The AAST Associate Editor on November 4th, 2022

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STAW 2022 Celebrations Highlights

STAW | Sleep Technologists Appreciation Week

AAST recently celebrated Sleep Technologists Appreciation Week (STAW) Oct. 23-29, 2022. The week, which recognizes the numerous accomplishments made by sleep professionals in sleep disorders centers, laboratories, educational facilities and within AAST this past year, is a time for celebration around the world.

In case you missed it, take a look at how a few members of our global sleep community celebrated STAW.

Parkview Health

Parkview Health in Indiana, United States, recognized their sleep staff across the state by sharing photos of their staff and messages of gratitude.

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Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead, United Kingdom, shared a photo of their sleep disorder centre (SDC) team. The SDC team serves at one of the biggest sleep units in South East England.

Queen Victoria Hospital

Cerebra

Cerebra in Manitoba, Canada, highlighted their resident sleep technologists Heather Tomson, RPSGT, (left) and Leslie Cervantes, RPSGT, CCSH, (right) with a note of thanks for all they do.

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The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
Dr. Lynne Anderson Scott, PhD, RPSGT, MBPsS, at The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh in Scotland tweeted a shout out to the sleep professional community and her team at RIE.

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EnsoData
Based out of Wisconsin, United States, EnsoData encouraged their sleep team to describe what sleep meant to them in a single word. Featured below, Jess Moore, RPSGT, chose the word “elusive” and Andrea Ramberg, RPSGT, CCSH, chose “rejuvenating.”

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Thank you to everyone who participated in STAW 2022! Did you take a great picture, but forget to post it? It’s not too late to join in on the fun! Tag AAST and use #STAW2022 on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to share your celebrations with us.