Adolescent Sleep, Health, and School Start Times - The Video Set by The School Start Time Conference Organization

Adolescent Sleep, Health, and School Start Times - The Video Set

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Overview

In 13 presentations, and over 5 hours of video, leading experts will explain each aspect of this issue to you in layman’s terms. 

What's included?

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Contents

01 - An Overview of the Biology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms - Daniel J. Buysse MD
19 mins
02 - Developmental Changes to Sleep Biology Affect Adolescent Sleep - Mary Carskadon PhD
19 mins
03 - Deficient Sleep in Teens - The Impact on Safety - Brian C. Tefft
16 mins
04 - Deficient Sleep in Teens - The Impact on Mood and Risky Behavior - Wendy Troxel PhD
18 mins
05 - Deficient Sleep in Teens - The Impact on Health - Charles Czeisler MD PhD FRCP
31 mins
06 - Deficient Sleep in Teens - The Impact on Cognition and Brain Function - Dean Beebe PhD
23 mins
07 - Deficient Sleep in Teens - The Impact on School Performance - Amy Wolfson PhD
18 mins
08 - Does Changing School Start Times Work - Kyla Wahlstrom PhD
21 mins
09 - National Surveillance Data on Adolescent Sleep and School Start Times - Anne Wheaton PhD
16 mins
10 - The Economic Impact of Later School Start Times - Marco Hafner MSc, MPhil
20 mins
11 - Debunking Sleep Myths and Educating Communities - Rafael Pelayo MD
21 mins
12 - Changing School Start Times- Leadership at the District and State Levels - Kenneth Dragseth PhD and Anthony J. Portantino
28 mins
13 - Changing School Start Times - Perspectives from the Trenches - Sandy Evans, Darrel Drobnich, and Terra Ziporyn Snider PhD
38 mins

Exclusive Videos from "The National Conference on Adolescent Sleep, Health, and School Start Times"

This first-of-its-kind conference was held in Washington, D.C on April 26-27, 2017.

The information contained in these 13 videos will equip education policy makers, school board members, school administrators, parents, students, teachers, health professionals, legislators, and community advocates with the up-to-date information they require to responsibly address an urgent public health issue in our schools.