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Group Director, Allied Health, SingHealth


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Sleep Medicine and Sleep Science Symposium
Translating Research in Sleep Medicine to Clinical Practice

 Track type: Symposium

Date: 21 Sep 2018


 Time: 1010 - 1140

Location: Academia, Level 1, L1-S3

Sleep deprivation and sleep disorders are prevalent in our society and has been shown to lead to chronic diseases plaguing us today. In the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre, sleep scientists and medical researchers are fervently searching in both basic science and clinical research to allow us to understand Sleep Science better.We aim to translate these research results to clinical practice that will benefit our patients and beyond.


Sleep Restriction, Snacking Behaviour, Glucose Response in Teens: Avenue for Intervention?


Obstructive Sleep Apnoea and Glaucoma – Losing Sight While You Sleep


Choosing the Appropriate Mask for Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea – Result of a
Randomised Controlled Trial


Speaker: Dr Ong Thun How



Screening for Coronary Artery Disease in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Can We Prevent
Future Coronary Artery Events?


Speaker: Adj Assoc Prof Tan Swee Yaw


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