We'll meet in a great location:

The premium lounge in the football stadium FC Basel 1893, St. Jakob-Park, St. Jakobs-Strasse 395, 4052 Basel.

 

 

 

Exact time is to be announced!

Watch the 360o video here! For more informations about the stadium follow this link.

 

 

How to get to the examination with Basel public transport. (BVB)

 

From/to the Congress Centre: Please follow this link to Google Maps!

From/to railway station SBB: Take tram 8, 10 oder 11, one stop to Aeschenplatz and change to tram 14. To get the directions please follow this link. Takes about 20 minutes.

From/to railway station "Badischer Bahnhof": Bus 36 direction "Schifflände". To get the directions please follow this link. Takes about 15 minutes.

From/to Dreispitz: Bus 36 direction "Kleinhüningen". To get the directions please follow this link. Get off at  "St. Jakob". Takes about 5 minutes.

 

The entrance to the lounges is opposite to the bus/tram stop St. Jakob. Take the stairs to get to the first floor. The entrance is marked with an red infocube (Meeting Point).

 

 

 

Additional readings for the ESRS Examination in Sleep Medicine for Somnologists

Please note that these additional readings are not necessary for the technologist examination!!!!!

The examination committee agreed to recommend the articles below as additional readings reading for the pediatric part of the examination. The five articles are the minimum reading. The five papers are linked to the examination questions of this part.

1. L Marcus, Carole & Brooks, Lee & A Draper, Kari & Gozal, David & Halbower, Ann & Jones, Jacqueline & S Schechter, Michael & Howard Sheldon, Stephen & Spruyt, Karen & Ward, Sally & Lehmann, Christoph & Shiffman, Richard. (2012). Diagnosis and Management of Childhood Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome. Pediatrics. doi 130. 576-84. 10.1542/peds.2012-1672.

2. D.L. Picchietti et al./Sleep Medicine 14 (2013) 1253–1259, Pediatric restless legs syndrome diagnostic criteria: an update by the International Restless Legs Syndrome Study Group, doi.org/10.1016/j.sleep.2013.08.778

3. Irwin Feinberg, Ian G. Campbell/Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 304: R296–R303, 2013, Longitudinal sleep EEG trajectories indicate complex patterns of adolescent brain maturation, doi 10.1152/ajpgi.00422.2012

4. Conway, Anne & Miller, Alison & Modrek, Anahid. (2016). Testing Reciprocal Links Between Trouble Getting to Sleep and Internalizing Behavior Problems, and Bedtime Resistance and Externalizing Behavior Problems in Toddlers. Child Psychiatry & Human Development. doi 48. 10.1007/s10578-016-0692-x.

5. Bruni, Oliviero & Sette, Stefania & Angriman, Marco & Baumgartner, Emma & Selvaggini, Lara & Belli, Cristina & Ferri, Raffaele. (2018). Clinically Oriented Subtyping of Chronic Insomnia of Childhood. The Journal of Pediatrics. doi 196. 10.1016/j.jpeds.2018.01.036.

 

Sleep Disorders in Children ,Nevšímalová, Soňa, Bruni, Oliviero (Eds.), Springer 2017, link to the book

For all those, who want to get a broader overwiew of the common sleep disorders in infancy, early childhood and adolescence:

 

May 09, 2018