In this seminar Drs. Handa and Williamson will introduce the most common pediatric sleep problems seen in outpatient primary and specialty care sites. Common concerns include both behaviorally-based sleep problems (e.g., insomnia and poor sleep health) and medically-based sleep disorders (e.g., sleep disordered breathing). The speakers will identify brief assessment strategies to help guide differential diagnosis and treatment planning. The speakers will additionally discuss evidence-based sleep management approaches that can be practically applied in outpatient care, as well as additional resources for families and clinicians.
- Describe the most common pediatric sleep problems that occur in children presenting to outpatient primary and specialty care sites
- Identify brief assessment strategies to guide treatment planning
- Discuss evidence-based approaches that can be practically applied in outpatient care
This seminar focuses on psychiatry and was delivered at a virtual event titled, “Pediatric Sleep Problems: Practical Guidance for Common Concerns in Outpatient Care,” on September 16, 2022.
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