Waking up to the importance of sleep (Faculty of MHS PSS Staff only)
Host: Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences
About the event:
Facilitator: Dr Simon Kyle, Lecturer in Clinical and Health Psychology, School of Psychological Science
Sleep is crucial to human survival. It is a primary determinant of waking quality of life, because it is a moderator of our emotional, physical and psychological well-being.
In this talk Dr Simon Kyle will outline the importance of sleep for health and well-being. The most common sleep disorder, persistent insomnia, will also be addressed, along with some practical, evidence-based strategies to help improve sleep-wake functioning.
This event is open to all PSS staff within the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences.
To register for this event please log-in to the Training and Development Profile
Dr Simon Kyle
Role: Lecturer in Clinical and Health Psychology
Organisation: School of Psychological Science
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