Sleep medicine has evolved into a new specialty with relevance across a number of fields, including respiratory medicine, cardiology, neurology, surgery, dentistry, paediatrics, psychology, psychiatry, and nursing, with wider implications for health sciences and public health.
The program aims to provide comprehensive information on the theory and practice of sleep medicine through distance education; the courses provide training in clinical, theoretical and research techniques in sleep medicine and help to establish criteria for best practice in the field. These courses are suitable for those already working in the area of sleep medicine, or for those wishing to undertake a career change. The courses provide a firm basis for vocational training in this discipline.
The Master of Medicine (Sleep Medicine) is designed for professionals already working in the area of sleep medicine, or for graduates wishing to embark on a career in the field. The course offers a unique opportunity to gain a deeper insight into this rapidly growing discipline of sleep medicine. This course is taught predominantly online and contains both coursework and research study.
To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/