Network of Asia-Pacific Sleep Specialists

Sleep in Progress – NAPSS Taipei 2018

To sleep is not to take things lying down but rather to recuperate, to grow, and move forward in life.
2018 NAPSS Taipei is geared towards the advancement of practice in sleep medicine and technology. This year’s event is a collaboration with the Taipei Medical University.

Register now and join us on November 3-4, 2018 at the Taipei Medical University for another educational event  with among the best speakers in Asia and the United States.

Pending Continuing Education Units. Once approved, we will update you.
Here is a summary of our preliminary program:

Day 1
0730 – 0800 Registration
0800 – 0810 Welcome and Announcements – Glenn Roldan, RPSGT, RST, CCSH
             (Philippines)
0810 – 0900 Sleep and Insomnia – Hsin Chien Lee, M.D. (Taiwan)
0900 – 1000 Pediatric Complex Sleep Disorders – Dennis Hwang, M.D. (U.S.A.)
1000 – 1030 Break/Exhibitor Displays
1030 – 1130 HSTs/Portable Monitors for Level 3 and 4 Studies – Wen-Te Liu, M.D. (Taiwan)
1130 – 1230 Novel Orthodontic OSA Treatment Modalities with Precision – Audrey Yoon,
             DDS (U.S.A.)
1230 – 1330 Lunch/Exhibitor Displays
1330 – 1430 Sleep Forensics – Michel Cramer Bornemann, M.D. (U.S.A.)
1430 – 1530 Implementation of Wearable Sensors – Dennis Hwang, M.D. (U.S.A.)
1530 – 1600 Break/Exhibitor Displays
1600 – 1700 Myofunctional Therapy – Audrey Yoon, DDS (U.S.A.
Day 2
0800 – 0900 Scoring Rules – Glenn Roldan, RPSGT, RST, CCSH (Philippines)
0900 – 1000 Clinical Guidelines to Manual PAP Titrations – Khem Ballaho, MBA, RPSGT,
             RST (Philippines)
1000 – 1030 Break/Exhibitor Displays
1030 – 1130 Sleep and Surgery – Anne Huon, M.D. (Taiwan)
1130 – 1230 Sleep Hygiene – Karen Sobere Yu, M.D. (Philippines)
1230 – 1330 Lunch/Exhibitor Displays
1330 – 1400 BRPT Eligibility/Preparation – Glenn Roldan, RPSGT, RST, CCSH (Philippines)
1400 – 1500 Sleep Related Movement Disorders – Michel Cramer Bornemann,
             M.D. (U.S.A.)
1500 – 1530 Break/Exhibitor Displays
1530 – 1630 OSA in Asians – Ning-Hung Chen, M.D. (Taiwan)
1630 – 1730 Sleep Deprivation: Why lack of sleep is bad for your health – Karen Sobere
             Yu, M.D. (Philippines)
For directions and hotel information:
1. MRT official website – https://english.metro.taipei/ – the nearest station to TMU is Red line R03 Taipei 101/World Trade Center. Attendees can take Metro Taoyaun in the airport then transfer at MRT R10 Taipei Main Station. (40 min by Express train from Airport to Taipei Main Station, 20 min from Taipei Main Station to Taipei 101)
2. Hotels – search www.Agoda.com (or any other travel website) by looking for “Taipei 101 World Trade Center Metro Station”. Some business hotels recommended as:
a. At Boutique Hotel http://www.at-boutique-hotel.com/
b. Pacific Business Hotel http://www.businesscenter.com.tw/en/
you also could book upscale hotels as
e. Starwood Hotel:
c. Le Meridien
For hotels, look for hotels near the Red Line train route.

For attendees to avail early-bird registration rate, click:  https://form.jotform.com/80876062484161For exhibitors/sponsors, please click: https://form.jotform.com/80876551884168

For payment information:

Bank: First Hawaiian Bank
Account Name: Network of Asia Pacific Sleep Specialists
Acct #:  05-131235,

Swift code:  FHBKUS77
Honolulu, HI 96822

 

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