This category covers the non-profit organisations, patient-supported groups and Government institutions who contribute to sleep research and medicine. Many provide excellent information.
Site for technical employees of sleep disorder centers for the evaluation and treatment of sleep disorders.
Nonprofit organization supporting public education, sleep-related research, and advocacy related to sleep deprivation, sleep disorders, and excessive sleepiness. Includes information on these topics.
The American Sleep Apnea Association is a non-profit organization concerned health care promotes education, awareness and research into sleep apnea.
The Canadian Sleep Society (CSS) / Société Canadienne du Sommeil (SCS) is a professional association of clinicians, scientists and technologists formed in June 1986 to further the advancement and understanding of sleep and its disorders ...
The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine is affiliated with the Northside Hospital Sleep Disorders Center and provides courses on sleep medicine, polysomnography and review courses for board certification.
On-line web source for abstracts of articles published in SLEEP, the official journal of the American Sleep Disorders Association (www.asda.org) and the Sleep Research Society (bisleep.medsch.ucla.edu/SRS).
Useful site. The Council was established in 1978, the Better Sleep Council (BSC) is a nonprofit organization supported by the mattress industry that is devoted to educating the public about the importance of sleep and ...
The British Sleep Society was founded as a charity in 1989 to promote knowledge and research in sleep, its disorders and treatment.
Offers details of the organization, news, services and links.
Conducts tests of mattresses and other sleep products.