Sleep & Wellness 2014 conference announced
The American Sleep & Breathing Academy is an educational institution for sleep disorders. The organization serves the community at large and educates sleep technicians and other medical professionals in the field of sleep disorders. In addition to organizing and hosting wellness events such as the 2014 conference, the Academy publishes a quarterly publication, Sleep & Wellness Magazine, which can be ordered through the company website, www.sleepandwellness.net
The American Sleep and Breathing Academy is an established educational institution for sleep disorders. We have been designed by professionals to serve the community at large and educate technicians and other medical providers in the field of sleep disorders.
Our curriculum is unique and efficient, catering to the current needs of those actively practicing in the field. Our faculty members are leaders in sleep who go above and beyond their call to expand the knowledge of their students and truly improve patient care through education. Our supporting materials, including Principles of Polysomnography, Second Edition, are proven tools to aid sleep technicians around the world become certified and better care givers.
The American Sleep and Breathing Academy focuses on learning programs for specific target groups in healthcare. We are confident that we can improve the knowledge base and performance of sleep technicians, lab managers, office personnel, physicians, and even DME representatives that utilize our educational offerings.
The American Sleep and Breathing Academy, LLC
1464 East Ridgeline Drive
Ogden, UT 84405
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