On Oct. 18-19, 2021, Project Sleep was thrilled to facilitate the second annual virtual 2021 Sleep Advocacy Forum, rallying together a remarkable group of policy makers and sleep advocates to share information and coalesce around areas of common concern.
On Monday, Oct. 18th, the Sleep Advocacy Forum‘s Educational Sessions covered an array of timely topics from medical research to public health and patient care issues. See the full agenda. This year’s special emphasis panel focused on Public Health and Screening. Another huge highlight was Farah Hasan’s powerful story of living with idiopathic hypersomnia.
On Tuesday, Oct. 19th, the Executive Session brought together sleep-related professional societies and advocacy organizations to discuss community priorities. Participating organizations included: