About This Webcast
Poor sleep has become an epidemic concern in the United States. Roughly half of the American population are struggling with sleep problems derived from some combination of stress, lifestyle and clinical conditions. Employers have begun to recognize the corrosive effect that poor sleep has on performance, health and decision-making, and are responding by offering initiatives designed to give employees the tools they need to relax and remove the barriers, both mental and medical, that prevent restorative sleep.
In this webcast, you’ll learn:
- How to identify and address the most common sleep problems that impact workforce populations
- The basics of mindfulness training at work and how this promotes physical, mental and emotional wellbeing
- How mindfulness practices and restorative sleep work together to accelerate health and wellbeing initiatives
- The benefits to individuals and employers that successfully implement healthy sleep and lifestyle initiatives in the workplace
This Whil webcasts qualifies for 1 hour of SHRM and WorldatWork continuing education credit.
About Dr. Jeffrey Durmer
Dr. Jeffrey Durmer is a systems neuroscientist, neurologist and sleep medicine physician. He is an adjunct professor at Georgia State University Department of Health Professions and co-founder of FusionHealth. Prior to FusionHealth, he directed the Emory University Sleep Laboratory program. He is a three-term member of the Medical & Scientific Advisory Board for the Restless Legs Foundation and serves as the Sleep Performance Director for the Atlanta Falcons. Dr. Durmer is also an appointed Sleep Medicine advisor to the Federal Aviation Administration.