The treatment of insomnia symptoms in older adults: a sustainable model for primary care
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Kevin Morgan, Professor of gerontology, Loughborough University, uses the epidemiological evidence to scrutinise the nature of insomnia type sleep difficulties in later life and through that, he looks at the context through which we develop and deliver services in this area.
This lecture was filmed at an event called: 'Sleep and Mental Health'.
RSM event description:
'This meeting will improve the understanding and management of common sleep problems. It will:
? raise awareness of sleep problems as a public health issue
? discuss the importance of sleep for mental health
? examine the impact of not treating sleep problems on mental health
? present available evidence for treating common sleep problems in general practice
? highlight vulnerable populations where sleep problems may be overlooked.'
Date of lecture: 23rd November 2011.
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