European Insomnia Network Virtual Meeting

june, 2021

11jun14:0020:00European Insomnia Network Virtual MeetingEvent Type :Endorsed training, event,Events,Other Training & Courses,Sponsored Events

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European Insomnia Network Virtual Meeting

Confirmed speakers include:

SPEAKER TITLE
Ellemarije Altena, (Bordeaux) Insomnia affects brain reward network activity in response to humorous films
Chiara Baglioni, Anna Johann (Rome/ Freiburg) Emotion regulation in insomnia – preliminary results
Feed Benz, (Freiburg), Different aspects of total sleep duration and insomnia
Elaine Boland (Philadelphia) Poor habitual sleep quality is associated with effort but not temporal discounting of rewards: Implications for sleep disturbance in depression
Laura Chandler, (Warwick) A systematic review on CBT-I and mental health outcomes
Bernd Feige, (Freiburg) Insomnia and REM sleep instability
Lukas Frase and consortium (Freiburg) The role of PSG for insomnia and sleep disorders in mental illness
Maria Gardani, (Glasgow) Prevalence of insomnia and insomnia symptoms following mild-Traumatic Brain Injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Karolina Janku (Klecany) Insomnia research in the Czech Republic: from CBT-I to the acoustic stimulation during sleep
Markus Jansson-Fröjmark, (Stockholm) Predictors and moderators of behavior therapy and cognitive therapy for insomnia disorder
Havard Kallestad, (Trondheim)

 

The development and effects of a psychiatric hospital based on chronotherapeutic principles
Leonie Maurer (Oxford) Evidence for the mechanisms of sleep restriction therapy for insomnia: Results from the MARTINI study
Declan McLaren (Glasgow) The effectiveness of the behavioural components of cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia in Older Adults (CBT-I): systematic review and meta-analysis
Katherine Miller (Philadelphia) Actigraphic sleep efficiency trajectories and intraindividual variability over the course of residential PTSD treatment
Ximena Omlin (Bern/Oxford) / Rachel Sharman (Oxford) The effect of digital CBTi on sleep and cognition: a randomised controlled trial
Laura Palagini, (Pisa) Insomnia and neurodegeneration
Arman Rakhimov, (Warwick)  Self compassion and sleep quality
Dieter Riemann, (Freiburg)

 

Chronic insomnia – state of the art and update
Kai Spiegelhalder (Freiburg) Investigating non-inferiority and additional benefits of internet-delivered versus face-to-face cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I): a randomised controlled trial
Sandra Tamm (Oxford) Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations of insomnia, depression and inflammation in the UK Biobank cohort
Nicole Tang, (Warwick) Factors affecting sleep quality judgement
Katrina Tse (Oxford) The effect of digital CBT-I on emotional processing: A randomised controlled trial
Hang Yuan (Oxford) Predicting polysomnography (PSG) from accelerometry using machine learning

Time

(Friday) 14:00 - 20:00

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