Provisional schedule

Day 1
TimeSessionPresenter
09.00‑09.15
 Welcome, introduction and brief assignment introduction  
09.15‑10.15  What is sleep? and why do we do it? Historical and modern perspectives  
10.15‑10.30 Break*  
10.30‑11.30  The sleeping child: Part 1 - infants to young children  
11.30‑12.30  The sleeping child: Part 2 - school-aged children to adolescents  
12.30‑12.40  VLE: for short course students  
12.30‑13.30  Lunch break*  
13.30‑14.30  Interactive session: small group  
14.30‑15.30  Measuring sleep - diagnostic in hospital and at home  
15.30‑15.45 Break*  
15.45‑16.45  Sleep and cognition, behaviour, mood, memory and learning  
16.45‑17.00  Summary of day and introduction to day 2  
  Please note that due to lack of on-site catering facilities, neither refreshments nor lunch are provided.  
Introduction to Mining for Bankers
Day 2
TimeSessionPresenter
09.00‑09.15
 Management guidelines and care pathways  
09.15‑10.15  Clinical sleep medicine - respiratory sleep disorders and surgical treatments  
10.15‑10.30 Break*  
10.30‑11.30  Clinical sleep medicine - non-respiratory sleep disorders nad medical treatments  
11.30‑12.00  Taking a sleep history and child examination  
12.00‑13.00  Lunch break*  
13.00‑14.00  Asthma, eczema, atopy and sleep  
14.00‑15.00  Translational paediatric sleep research at St Mary's  
15.00‑15.15 Break*  
15.15‑16.30  Case-based session: medical and psychological perspectives  
16.30‑17.00  Summary and course wrap-up  
  Please note that due to lack of on-site catering facilities, neither refreshments nor lunch are provided.  
Introduction to Mining for Bankers