Patricia Franco, Michel Lecendreux
The objective of this full-day course is to review what is new in pediatric sleep. Will be reviewed: the pathophysiology, the diagnosis, the complications and the management of the different sleep disturbances in children.
Upon completion of this CME activity, participants should be able to:
• Manage insomnia in children with and without neurodevelopmental disorders.
• Understand the pathophysiology, diagnose and manage children with hypersomnia and parasomnia
• Diagnose and manage sleep disturbance breathing in children
• Understand the consequences of poor sleep in children
• Understand the relation between ADHD and sleep, diagnose the sleep disturbances in these children and treat them
• Overview the new trends in sleep in infants
This course is intended for pediatricians, sleep clinicians, nurses, fellows and students involved in the management of sleep in children.
|09:00am – 09:10am||Introduction, P. Franco (France)|
|09:10am – 10:00am||Management of insomnia in children with and without neurodevelopmental disorders, P. Gringras (UK)|
|10:00am – 10:50am||Narcolepsy and hypersomnia in children? G. Plazzi (Italy)|
|10:50am – 11:05am||Coffee Break|
|11:05am – 11:55am||Parasomnia in children: Physiopathology and Differential diagnoses, M. Nunes (Brazil)|
|11:55am – 12:45pm||Sleep in the early years of life, P. Franco (France)|
|12:45pm – 01:30pm||Lunch Break|
|01:30pm – 02:20pm||Diagnostic aspects of sleep disturbance breathing in children, S. Verhust (Belgium)|
|02:20pm – 03:10pm||Management of sleep disturbances breathing in children MP, Villa (Italy)|
|03:10pm – 03:25pm||Coffee Break|
|03:25pm – 04:15pm||ADHD and sleep in children, M. Lecendreux (France)|
|04:15pm – 05:05pm||Consequences of poor sleep in children, K. Spruyt (France)|