This course will refine or develop practical skills via online learning and instructional video and will present practical concepts including; common technologies used for measuring sleep (including polysomnography), recognition and maintenance of sleep signals, scoring normal and abnormal sleep patterns and the interpretation of data obtained from sleep studies (polysomnography).
This course consists of 6 modules and a final exam. Each module includes approximately 5 lectures of duration ranging from 20-60 minutes followed by a 30-minute quiz.
Assumed high-level knowledge is not a requirement as anyone who has completed a high school level of education can take this course. However, those with a tertiary-level background in anatomy and/or physiology may find some elements of the course easier than those without.