Past RSM Forum on Sleep and its disorders meetings

Inaugural Symposium October 18 1999.
The future of sleep disorders.
Why is sleep important? The need for a Forum
Professor Chris Idzikowski, Chairman, Forum on Sleep and its Disorders

Update on the Nuffield Report

Dr John White, York District Hospital

Sleep & respiratory disorders

Dr Ruth Cayton, Birmingham Heartlands

Panel Discussion
Insomnias

Professor Wally Mendelson, Chicago University

Adult parasomnias

Dr Adrian Williams, St Thomas's London

Children’s sleep disorders

Professor Greg Stores, Oxford University

Sleep and the law

Professor A McCall Smith, Edinburgh University

April 6 2000 - Children's sleep disorders (Millennial event)
Managing infant crying, colic and sleeping
Dr Ian St James-Roberts - London
Bedtime and night waking problems
Prof David Messer - Herts
Significance of sleep walking, sleep terrors and other episodic disturbances at night
Professor Gregory Stores, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford
Obstructive sleep apnoea and other causes of excessive sleepiness
Dr Martin Samuels, Fellow, Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health
Abnormal timing of sleep and the use of melatonin
Dr Stephen Lockley - Surrey
Sleep problems in children with development disorders
Dr Luci Wiggs - Oxford
Effects of sleep disorders on the child and family
Dr Honey Heussler - Nottingham

20 November 2000 Sleep Disorders in the Elderly
About the Forum on Sleep & Its Disorders
Professor Chris Idzikowski, Chairman, Forum on Sleep & Its Disorders
Opening remarks
Professor Brian Lawlor, Consultant Psychiatrist, St Patrick’s Hospital, Dublin
Ageing and sleep 
Professor Kevin Morgan, Department of Human Sciences, Loughborough University 
Measurement
Professor Chris Idzikowski, Chairman, Forum on Sleep & Its Disorders
Depression and sleep
Dr Ann Sharpley, Psychopharmacology Research Unit, Warneford Hospital, Oxford
Circadian rhythm
Dr D-J Dijk, Chonobiology Institute, Surrey University.

Respiratory disorders
Dr John Shneerson, Respiratory Support & Sleep Centre, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge
Alzheimer's disease
Professor Brian Lawlor, Consultant Psychiatrist, St Patrick’s Hospital, Dublin
Panel and therapeutic discussion lead by
Dr Adrian Williams, St Thomas's Hospital, London.

7 December 2000 Sleep and Neurological Disorders with Section of Clinical Neurosciences
Recent advances in Narcolepsy and Cataplexy. Pathogenesis and management.

Professor David Parkes, King’s College Hospital, London 
Sleep and Coma
Dr Bidi Evans, Oxted, Surrey
Sleep and Epilepsy
Dr Robert Elwes, Kings College Hospital, London
Sleep disordered breathing in Neuromuscular Disorders
Dr Anita Simonds, Consultant Chest Physician, Royal Brompton Hospital, London


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