2015 Sleep in America™ Poll Finds Pain a Significant Challenge When It Comes to Americans’ Sleep

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Date:
Monday, March 2, 2015

for his important poll contributions. Mr. Mokrzycki passed suddenly on Dec. 19, 2014. He was esteemed in the polling world; he was a journalist, survey researcher and founding director of the AP Polling unit. Our sincerest condolences to his family. He will be dearly missed.

2015 Sleep in America Poll Task Force

Tim Roehrs, PhD (Chair)

Henry Ford Hospital

 

Kristen Knutson, PhD (Poll Scholar)

University of Chicago

 

Daniel Clauw, MD

University of Michigan

 

D. Sunshine Hillygus, PhD

Duke University                       

 

Michael T. Smith, PhD

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

 

Lynn Webster, MD

PRA Health Sciences

 

About the Sleep in America Poll

In 1991, the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) began its Sleep in America™ Poll, an annual survey of Americans’ sleep health and behaviors. The NSF releases the poll findings as part of its annual Sleep Awareness Week® campaign, held March 2-8, 2015, which culminates with the change to Daylight Saving Time on March 8. With the change of clocks, NSF encourages Americans to prioritize their sleep. Follow the National Sleep Foundation on Facebook and Twitter @sleepfoundation.

About the National Sleep Foundation

The National Sleep Foundation is dedicated to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy. It is well known for its annual Sleep in America™ Poll. The Foundation is a charitable, educational and scientific not-for-profit organization located in Washington, D.C. Its membership includes researchers and clinicians focused on sleep medicine, health professionals, patients, families affected by drowsy driving and more than 900 healthcare facilities. www.sleepfoundation.org

 

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