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AAST Celebrates Giving Tuesday

Posted by AAST Editor on Dec 3, 2019 9:00:00 AM

For Immediate Release

December 3, 2019
Hannah Durnas
hdurnas@aastweb.org

AAST Celebrates Giving Tuesday by Thanking Donors of Fundamentals of Sleep Technology Textbook 

Chicago – In celebration of Giving Tuesday, AAST would like to recognize our generous partners who have donated copies of the Fundamentals of Sleep Technology textbook to sleep technology programs within the United States through the Committee on Accreditation for Polysomnographic Technologist Education (CoA PSG).

AAST thanks our partners, Dymedix Diagnostics and ResMed for their donation of 10 books each to support students entering the field as the next generation of sleep professionals. “This generous donation will go a long way to support those students who are just entering the sleep field”, said Abigail Trebels, AAST Executive Director, “We are so grateful for the support of Dymedix Diagnostics and ResMed and that they have chosen to support students and our community through the sharing of our Fundamentals of Sleep Technology textbook”

This newly updated, third edition of Fundamentals of Sleep Technology provides comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of polysomnography and other technologies in the evaluation and management of sleep disorders in adults and children and is an excellent way to ensure that each member of your team is on the same page and prepared to deal with any situation that arises.  

About AAST

Established in 1978, AAST is a community of more than 4,000 sleep professionals whose skills, expertise, knowledge and experience help support and improve the quality of sleep and wakefulness in all people. For sleep technologists, managers and educators who seek timely and applicable sleep-related knowledge, AAST provides education, resources and collaboration with like-minded individuals to keep them abreast of the evolving sleep field. AAST members include sleep technologists, sleep center and practice managers, educators and other healthcare professionals involved with sleep or the sleep field.

For more information, please visit www.aastweb.org.

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