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Sleep Science Friday: Sleep and Sleep Disturbances During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Sleep Science Friday: Sleep and Sleep Disturbances During the COVID-19 Pandemic – What Can Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine Tell Us? A European Perspective 19 February 2021 We are in the midst of a pandemic that has confined billions of people to their homes for months and has directly impacted daily life across Europe and globally. There is new research on the topic coming out weekly so we are once again dedicating this week`s instalment of SSF to COVID-19. Furthermore, ESRS has planned a deep dive via our upcoming live SSF webinar on the topic. On 19 March, in recognition of World Sleep Day March 19, 2021, Prof. Dr. Dieter Riemann, Editor in Chief of the Journal of Sleep Research, will …

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British Sleep Society: Impact of Covid-19 on UK Sleep Services

A Service Evaluation of the Impact of Covid-19 on Sleep Services in the UK A brief survey was published by the British Sleep Society earlier this year: “Anecdotal evidence suggests the current pandemic has had a significant impact on the provision of sleep services in the UK. The British Sleep Society is interested in determining the breadth and scope of this impact. We also aim to look at how services have adapted to the challenges associated with Covid-19 in order to identify innovative strategies and potentially new ways of working going forward. Our overall plan is to identify how the crisis has impact on UK services and compile a series of best practice examples and innovative solutions in order to …

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Covid-19 and sleep

Sleep Science Friday Yes! It’s Friday! Grab a coffee (or tea) and end your week with a quick recap of Sleep Science News and ESRS updates! COVID-19 and sleep (31 July 2020) The COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives—with forced lockdowns, reduced travel, as well as job and financial insecurity during a worldwide economic recession. Although, many currently have reduced commuting time, more quality time with family, and the flexibility to work remotely (for some), learning to re-adjust schedules and coping with additional stressors (particularly as essential workers or those with children), has undoubtedly affected our sleeping quality and sleep patterns. Clea Simon (Harvard Correspondent), noted that “Sleep is emerging as the latest casualty of the COVID-19 crisis”, as people …

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