The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) is accepting applications for an Education Fellow. The NSF sleep health agenda focuses on public and primary healthcare (PHC) education. The Education Fellow will help NSF advance its primary healthcare program and will be a key person in the step-wise development of the NSF’s education program. The Fellowship term is 3 years starting September 2014 to June 2017.
The purpose of this program is to provide NSF with scholarly work concerning selected contemporary sleep health and well-being topics. Awarded research projects will provide a review of areas central to NSF’s sleep health and well-being public education mandate in the specific topic listed above.
Today, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® and the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) announced they are working together to explore technology standards that will aid the development of consumer sleep technology. The project was announced during the annual CEA Technology & Standards Forum, held May 19-22 in Seattle, Washington.
The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), the global voice for sleep health and safety, today announced its new official Journal of the National Sleep Foundation: Sleep Health. The Journal will be published by Elsevier, the leader in medical and scientific scholarly publishing. It will be the premier journal serving the burgeoning scientific and academic research fields dedicated to better understanding the health benefits of sleep.
The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) launched a new website today, www.sleepfoundation.org/shift-work, to help individuals suffering from Shift Work Disorder, a sleeping disorder that affects individuals whose jobs require work that falls outside of the traditional 9-5 day. The website is an educational and informational resource center, with content focused on both symptoms and solutions.
Although sleep problems persist among many American children, parents can make a difference by setting boundaries around electronics use, enforcing rules and setting a good example. These are the latest findings from the National Sleep Foundation’s (NSF) Sleep in America® poll, an annual study that began in 1991. The 2014 poll took a deeper look into the sleep practices and beliefs of the modern family with school-aged children.
Trusted sleep authority the National Sleep Foundation and leading home fashions manufacturer Ellery Homestyles will launch a major social media marketing campaign and retail merchandising effort to promote Ellery’s Sound Asleep™ curtain line, the Official Room-Darkening Curtain of the National Sleep Foundation.
Trusted sleep authority the National Sleep Foundation and leading bedding manufacturer PureCare® by Fabrictech are expanding and enhancing the retail presentation of Fabrictech’s PureCare line of protection products for mattresses, box springs and pillows at the Summer 2013 Market, running July 29-August 2 at the World Market Center here.
WASHINGTON, DC, March 4, 2013—Exercise can affect your sleep. The results of the National Sleep Foundation’s 2013 Sleep in America® poll show a compelling association between exercise and better sleep.
“Exercise is great for sleep. For the millions of people who want better sleep, exercise may help,” says David Cloud, CEO of the National Sleep Foundation (NSF).