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SLEEP 2016 - 30th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies
Blending the most current sleep research with the best clinical practices, SLEEP 2016 is the premier sleep medicine event of the year. SLEEP 2016 is the only five-day meeting in the nation with scientific sessions and an exhibition hall focused solely on sleep medicine and sleep research.
SLEEP 2016 will offer physicians and researchers with countless opportunities to expand their knowledge with more than 100 unique sessions on topics such as diagnosing and treating various sleep disorders, new developments in sleep research and navigating the health care reform.
Reasons to Attend SLEEP 2016
- Hear insights from expert sleep professionals
- Interact directly with leading researchers
- Understand upcoming legal and regulatory demands
- Learn crucial business strategies
- Network with the nearly 5,000 attendees from 55+ countries
- Discover insights to clinical and business developments in the field of sleep
If you are looking to improve your strategies for treating or researching sleep disorders or if you want to learn new methods for patient care; you must attend.
SLEEP 2016 is the largest scientific meeting dedicated exclusively to sleep medicine and sleep research, the SLEEP meeting brings suppliers face-to-face with the decision makers who fuel the growth of the industry and improve the lives of countless people.
This is a unique and exclusive opportunity to promote your message and expand your brand to sleep medicine professionals from around the world. Secure your exhibit space and sponsorship by submitting your applications today!
Who Should Exhibit?
Companies who bring quality products and services to the sleep clinician and researcher will benefit from exhibiting SLEEP 2016. Just as attendees use SLEEP program material to help guide their practices, they’ll look to your products and services to assist in providing better care for their patients. If you sell, serve or manufacture products for sleep professionals, you should join us in Minneapolis.
You will reach your target audience when you exhibit at SLEEP. Your company will have personal and direct contact with attending physicians, researchers, sleep technologists, students and other allied health-care professionals. Establish new relationships and strengthen existing relationships by exhibiting at SLEEP!
Established in 1986, the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC, is a joint venture of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society. The APSS organizes the SLEEP meeting, an annual meeting of the leading researchers and clinicians in the field of sleep medicine, and publishes SLEEP, a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine is a professional membership organization dedicated to the advancement of sleep medicine with over 9,000 individual members and 2,600 accredited sleep centers. The AASM’s mission is to improve sleep health and promote high quality patient-centered care through advocacy, education, strategic research and practice standards.
The Sleep Research Society, established in 1961, is an organization for scientific investigators who educate and research sleep and sleep disorders. The organization serves its 1,300 members and the field of sleep research through training and education and by providing forums for the collaboration and the exchange of ideas. Additionally, it advocates on behalf of its members to increase federally-funded sleep research through grass-roots lobbying and communications efforts.
If the SLEEP 2016 - 30th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies is important to your business, act now and make the appropriate connections. See the contact information below.
APSS - Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC
2510 North Frontage Road
Darien, IL 60561
Physicians, Researchers, Sleep Technologists, Students and Allied Health Care Providers
Past Attendee Information:
-SLEEP 2014 was attended by the 5,200 physicians, researchers, sleep technologists, students and other allied health care professionals.
-More than 50 percent of attendees specialize primarily in sleep medicine
-Other specialties represented include pulmonary medicine, neurology, neuroscience, psychology, psychiatry, pediatrics, anesthesiology, family medicine and internal medicine
-Attendees represent over 50 countries with 85 percent of attendees coming from the United States.
Attendees By Field:
30.89% No Terminal Degree
Sleep Technologist /
2.34% Nurse Practitioner
.77% Physician Assistant
Associated Professional Sleep Societies (APSS)
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