Third National Training Course on Sleep Medicine

Thursday, November 3, 2022toFriday, November 4, 2022

This two-day training course is designed to provide a basic working knowledge of sleep medicine. It is designed for neurology Residents and Fellows from across Canada as well as at practicing community neurologists who are interested in a comprehensive understanding of the current principles and practices dealing with patients with sleep disorders. This comprehensive course may serve to fulfill part of the preparation requirements for trainees seeking to complete the Royal College Examinations in Neurology.

Many patients presenting to neurology either have primary sleep disorders or suffer from sleep comorbidity. Knowledge on the diagnosis, differential diagnostic considerations, and management of these disorders is therefore mandatory for the general neurologist.

CME accreditation will be offered.



    Registration is available here 

    Registration is free for Residents. An early bird fee of $150 is applicable for registering Neurologists. After August 1, 2022, the cost is $200.


    The preliminary programme is available here.

    Travel Awards

    Travel awards for Neurology Residents are available on a first come, first served basis (stipends shall be calculated for 30 external students), to provide some financial assistance to those traveling from within Canada and who have registered to attend the National Training Course on Sleep Medicine. Applications must be submitted by August 5th, 2022 via this form. Only registered applicants will be considered. You will be notified of the status of your application by September 2, 2022. 



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