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AASM
Talking Sleep
The vast field of sleep medicine is always evolving. Listen to Talking Sleep, a podcast of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), to keep up on the latest developments in clinical sleep medicine and sleep disorders. Our host, Dr. Seema Khosla, medical director of the North Dakota Center for Sleep in Fargo, will take an in-depth look at issues impacting the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Episodes will feature conversations with clinicians, researchers, sleep team members and other health care experts working to help us sleep well so we can live well.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 46 ratings
Great podcast!!
Great tool for us sleep providers. Excellent and relevant topics, great host, and great guests. My only issue is the lag I hear in some of the episodes.
stefanoadu via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/20/21
Disappointing
The episode on disparities in healthcare was disappointing, at best. Dr. Johnson insinuated an insomnia questionnaire was racist because of a cartoon of a slave sleeping written back in the days of slavery, which seems like a stretch. There was no recommendation for how to resolve that issue,...Read full review »
Annnndreea via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/23/21
So great!!!
Love,love,love this podcast. Dr. Khosla is always prepared with the question I have. She relates well to the guests but adds in her own gentle sense of humor. I look forward to each podcast!!! Fabulous job!!!
fabsleepdoc via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/25/21
Recent Episodes
Welcome to Season Four of Talking Sleep! In this episode we talk with Dr. Susan Redline about the American Heart Association’s recent scientific statement on the relationship between obstructive sleep apnea and heart disease and the need to collaborate with cardiologists to improve the diagnosis...
Published 01/14/22
We wrap up season 3 of Talking Sleep with a discussion of the economic impact of sleep disorders. In a study recently published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Drs. Phil Huyett and Neil Bhattacharyya crunch the numbers to estimate the health care costs of diagnosing and treating sleep...
Published 11/23/21
Published 11/23/21
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