ASA Memberships

ASA memberships are designed to ensure that any individuals with an active interest in sleep can join the ASA at a price and involvement level, suitable to them. All members receive quarterly newsletters, regular e-newsletters and access to the Members Only section of the ASA website, including access to members only material and our Members Directory.

The ASA also has six Special Interest Groups, covering the areas of Chronobiology, Dental-Orofacial, Insomnia & Sleep Health, Neurology, Paediatric and Respiratory. All members are welcome and encouraged to join our special interest groups.

Full Membership

$275.00 incl GST
Our most comprehensive membership, including ability to vote on Association matters and eligibility to become a Board member. 

Associate Membership

$187.00 incl GST
Membership for those interested in sleep medicine or sleep research, but who may not fulfill the eligibility criteria for Full Membership.

Student Membership

$71.50 incl GST
Membership to ASA for those currently undertaking full-time undergraduate or postgraduate studies.

Sustaining Membership

$275.00 incl GST
Available to any person representing a company, business or other organisation with a commercial interest in sleep.

Retired Membership

$187.00 incl GST
Retired Membership status is reserved for current members who upon their retirement, wish to remain a member of the ASA.

Emeritus Membership - more information

Admission to become an Emeritus member is upon reccomendation of the Membership Committee, and is approved by an AGM vote.

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    25th Jul 14

    Next time you're arguing black and blue with someone who is assuring you you're wrong, consider how much sleep you've been getting.

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  • Interrupted Sleep Can Be As Harmful As No Sleep

    10th Jul 14

    A new study, published in the journal Sleep Medicine, explains why interrupted sleep can be as physically detrimental as no sleep at all.

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  • To cry or not to cry

    1st Jul 14

    Interesting sleep related information from associated professional group [Australian Psychological Society]. Dr Sarah Blunden reviews the current evidence and practice of managing behavioural sleep issues and crying in infants and discusses the pro/con of the available interventions.

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