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Dates

Monday 14 November 2022 – Sunday 25 December 2022 

Overview

Individual modules from the Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine are available as standalone short courses to facilitate professional practice. In this short continuing professional development (CPD) course, you will review the nosological classification, diagnostic criteria, pathophysiology and treatment of hypersomnias and parasomnias.

Learning outcomes

It is expected that after completion of this module students will be able:

  • To understand nosological classifications and definitions of hypersomnias
  • To describe the diagnostic criteria, prevalence, morbidity and comorbidities of Narcolepsy and Kleine-Levin Syndrome
  • To describe the pathophysiology of Narcolepsy and Kleine-Levin Syndrome
  • To gain knowledge of, and appraise the utility of, treatment options for Narcolepsy and Kleine-Levin Syndrome
  • To understand nosological classifications and definitions of parasomnias
  • To describe the diagnostic criteria, prevalence, morbidity and comorbidities of parasomnias
  • To describe the pathophysiology of parasomnias
  • To gain knowledge of, and appraise the utility of, treatment options for parasomnias

Module Lead

How to apply

You will be expected to use the same guidelines as for the PgDip in Sleep Medicine.  

Applications must be received at least four weeks before the start of each module