Sleep DownUnder 2016
Join us for SDU2016!
20-22 October 2016, Adelaide Convention Centre SA
Registration is now open
Sleep DownUnder 2016 promises to be a great conference featuring a comprehensive scientific programme with five international speakers and a multitude of Australian internationally renowned presenters.
International guest speakers:
- Prof Dean Beebe, Paediatric Neuropsychologist and Director of Neuropsychology, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and University of Cincinnati
- Prof James Krueger, Regents Professor, College of Medical Sciences, Washington State University
- Dr Stacey Ishman, Paediatric Otolaryngologist, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
- Prof Edward Weaver, Otolaryngologist and Professor Head and Neck Surgery, University of Washington
- Prof Gilles Lavigne, Professor of Oral Medicine and Dean, Faculty of Dental Medicine, University of
To view the preliminary program click here
To download the registration brochure click here
Thursday 20 October 2016
Supported by Compumedics
Start the conference off with Fun Run Thursday. There will be 3 km, 4.6 km and 9.2 km courses available. To download the course map click here
To download the indemnity form click here
Exhibitors and Supporters
The Trade Exhibition allows industry to showcase their products to relevant sleep professionals and show support for the research work being done in the many and varied areas of sleep health and sleep disorders. For more information, Exhibitors and Supporters click here
Accommodation must be booked through OzAccom, a dedicated accommodation booking service, offering the lowest price available at the time of booking. A number of accommodation options are available. To book online click here
All Cancellations or alterations should be put in writing to the Conference Secretariat. Please note there is no refund on registration after 9 September 2016. Substitutes will be accepted. Cancellation fees will apply: By 1 August 2016: $300. By 9 September 2016: 50% of fees. After 9 September 2016: 100% of registration fees.
2nd Sep 16
Australians, their doctors and other health professionals will have better guidance on whether they are safe to drive thanks to updated medical guidelines contained the new edition of Assessing Fitness to Drive for commercial and private vehicle drivers.
31st Aug 16
ASA members Professors Doug McEvoy, Nick Antic and Ron Grunstein have led a major Australian-based international study- article published in the New England Journal of Medicine this week.