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Sleep Well, Live Well: An at Home Program to Improve Sleep Hygiene to Support In-Office Treatment
May 22, 2018 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm EDT
What do you do when a patient says, “Your appliance is not working!!!”
What happens when your patient goes home with their new sleep appliance? Poor sleep habits and poor sleep hygiene work against successful treatment. Including the patient as a partner and responsible participant in their own treatment will improve outcomes.
This webinar will present the Sleep Well, Live Well program. It has been used successful by corporations to improve the sleep and productivity of their employees. It is now available in a virtual format.
Learn how this program will work alongside and potentiate your treatment. You might even want to try it yourself.
Nancy Rothstein, MBA As The Sleep Ambassador®, Nancy inspires a new respect for sleep and its impact on all aspects of work, life and well-being. Through consulting, public speaking, media engagements and other venues, she presents strategic solutions selected to empower people to make lasting shifts to optimize their sleep quality and quantity. As Director of CIRCADIAN® Corporate Sleep Programs™, Nancy consults and lectures to Fortune 500 corporations and other organizations, awakening leadership to the ROI of a good night’s sleep for their workforce and providing sleep education/training initiatives for employees at all levels. She also lectures on sleep to the medical and dental communities to foster understanding and to encourage action to integrated relevant sleep information/resources into their practice.
Nancy serves as a member of the NIH Sleep Disorders Research Advisory Board, the Advisory Board of the Academy of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy, and as a member of the Steering Committee of Myapnea.org and the Board of the Foundation for Airway Health, as well as working with other organizations that foster sleep health. Nancy is the author of My Daddy Snores, published by Scholastic. It has sold over 400,000 copies. Nancy has a B.A. from The University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.