Ethics of sleep, clinical practice and the law

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Sleep medicine: Ethical concerns in diagnosis and treatment, dangers of excessive daytime sleepiness and parasomnia-related acts of violence, and legal aspects of assessing culpability for resultant harm

You will learn:

The association between sleep deficiency and poor health and safety outcomes
Common ethical considerations in the clinical management of sleep-related disorders
Civil and criminal law considerations in respect of culpability for acts ascribed to sleep-related violence or excessive daytime sleepiness.

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