The Current Concepts in Sleep conference is hosted each year by one of the following institutions:  All Children's Hospital, Florida Hospital, James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital, Morton Plant Mease, or Tampa General Hospital. This year's 16th Annual Current Concepts in Sleep is hosted by All Children's Hospital.
This conference is aimed at advancing an interdisciplinary understanding of sleep-related medical disorders. Information on advanced laboratory techniques will be presented to practitioners, clinicians, and physicians. The latest information in adult, adolescent, and pediatric sleep disorders will be discussed in three different tracks: a clinical track, a technical track, and a special pediatric track on “Sleep Disorders in School-Aged Children: Impact on Learning and Development.”

Join us at the
TradeWinds Island Grand Resort!


St. Pete Beach, Florida 

Additional Accreditations

Nursing Accreditation
Application will be made to the Florida Board of Nursing for Nursing CEUs, which will be awarded by All Children's Hospital. Florida Board of Nursing Provider # 50-2821.

Additional Accreditation
Application will be made for continuing education credits from the following organizations:

  • American Association of Sleep Technologists (AAST)
  • Continuing Respiratory Care Education (CRCE)
  • Continuing Sleep Technology Education (CSTE)
  • Florida Psychological Association (FPA)

Learning Objectives & Target Audience

Learning Objectives: After attending this activity, participants will demonstrate the ability to:

  • Evaluate and treat women’s sleep disorders associated with menopause and pregnancy.
  • Apply standardized interpretation for sleep study results.
  • Practice effective safety monitoring in sleep labs for proper monitoring of patients to avoid risk of injury or death.
  • Practice appropriate screening for sleep disorders in pediatric patients.
  • Evaluate and respond to anticipated future trends in the delivery of sleep medicine.
  • Evaluate sleep studies in accordance with the most recent AASM guidance.
  • Identify co-morbid conditions associated with obstructive sleep apnea.

Target Audience: 
This multi-disciplinary conference has been designed for sleep specialists from the subspecialties of neurology, pulmonology, and psychiatry (including related PAs and NPs) and sleep trainees as well as the related specialties of psychology, dentistry, respiratory care, nursing and sleep technology.

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