History of the development of sleep medicine in the United States.

John W. Shepard, Daniel J. Buysse, Andrew L. Chesson, William C. Dement, Rochelle Goldberg, Christian Guilleminault, Cameron D. Harris, Conrad Iber, Emmanuel Mignot, Merrill M. Mitler, Kent E. Moore, Barbara A. Phillips, Stuart F Quan, Richard S. Rosenberg, Thomas Roth, Helmut S. Schmidt, Michael H. Silber, James K. Walsh, David P. White

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Abstract

Sleep Medicine has only recently been recognized as a specialty of medicine. Its development is based on an increasing amount of knowledge concerning the physiology of sleep, circadian biology and the pathophysiology of sleep disorders. This review chronicles the major advances in sleep science over the past 70 years and the development of the primary organizations responsible for the emergence of Sleep Medicine as a specialty, sleep disorders as a public health concern and sleep science as an important area of research.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)61-82
Number of pages22
JournalJournal of Clinical Sleep Medicine
Volume1
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 15 2005
Externally publishedYes

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Shepard, J. W., Buysse, D. J., Chesson, A. L., Dement, W. C., Goldberg, R., Guilleminault, C., ... White, D. P. (2005). History of the development of sleep medicine in the United States. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 1(1), 61-82.

History of the development of sleep medicine in the United States. / Shepard, John W.; Buysse, Daniel J.; Chesson, Andrew L.; Dement, William C.; Goldberg, Rochelle; Guilleminault, Christian; Harris, Cameron D.; Iber, Conrad; Mignot, Emmanuel; Mitler, Merrill M.; Moore, Kent E.; Phillips, Barbara A.; Quan, Stuart F; Rosenberg, Richard S.; Roth, Thomas; Schmidt, Helmut S.; Silber, Michael H.; Walsh, James K.; White, David P.

In: Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 1, 15.01.2005, p. 61-82.

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Shepard, JW, Buysse, DJ, Chesson, AL, Dement, WC, Goldberg, R, Guilleminault, C, Harris, CD, Iber, C, Mignot, E, Mitler, MM, Moore, KE, Phillips, BA, Quan, SF, Rosenberg, RS, Roth, T, Schmidt, HS, Silber, MH, Walsh, JK & White, DP 2005, 'History of the development of sleep medicine in the United States.', Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 61-82.
Shepard JW, Buysse DJ, Chesson AL, Dement WC, Goldberg R, Guilleminault C et al. History of the development of sleep medicine in the United States. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. 2005 Jan 15;1(1):61-82.
Shepard, John W. ; Buysse, Daniel J. ; Chesson, Andrew L. ; Dement, William C. ; Goldberg, Rochelle ; Guilleminault, Christian ; Harris, Cameron D. ; Iber, Conrad ; Mignot, Emmanuel ; Mitler, Merrill M. ; Moore, Kent E. ; Phillips, Barbara A. ; Quan, Stuart F ; Rosenberg, Richard S. ; Roth, Thomas ; Schmidt, Helmut S. ; Silber, Michael H. ; Walsh, James K. ; White, David P. / History of the development of sleep medicine in the United States. In: Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. 2005 ; Vol. 1, No. 1. pp. 61-82.
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