The AAST 2018 Annual Meeting is quickly approaching. Whether it’s your first conference or you’re a veteran, everyone could use help maximizing their time. Savvy conference-goers know this: While sessions are valuable, the conversations between them are invaluable. Face-to-face networking with your peers is the No. 1 reason why you should attend any conference.
Four AAST members will present at The International Palestinian Congress in Sleep Medicine in Jerusalem, 26-27 October.
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Sleep medicine is a fascinating and dynamic field of study. And as with any evolving field of study, it is important for professionals in the field to be aware of any new research, technologies, and procedures to remain relevant in their chosen discipline.
The Sleep Medicine industry is constantly changing, and it's essential that you stay up-to-date on the latest trends. To do this, you should take advantage of conferences where you'll not only stay current, but also network with peers and learn from industry professionals. The seven 2017 sleep technology conferences below are the best conferences out there (for the second half of 2017) in which you should seriously consider attending.
The AAST recently held a Fundamentals of Sleep Technology course in beautiful Cleveland, Ohio. If you were unable to attend for one reason or another (such as an aversion to rock and roll, World Series losers (go Cubs!) or burning rivers), you should check out the course modules as they become available in the on-line store. These modules are just like being at the course, except you don’t need to dress up and you can pause them at any time.
End STAW Week 2016 by sponsoring a meal for your technologists.
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Collaboration and innovation are the themes for today’s activities. Introduce an Innovative Ideas Box where technologists can offer their input into how to improve services in your facility.