Monday, 30 January 2012
SleepRight: Sleep resources for youth with chronic health conditions.
A team of researchers from the University of Alberta has completed a critical review of the evidence for non-pharmacological sleep interventions for youth with chronic health conditions. The review was supported by the Health Research Transfer Network of Alberta (RTNA) and Alberta Innovates Health Solutions. The full report is available on the website http://www.SleepRight.
ualberta.ca .The website contains a collection of evidence-based sleep resources for youth with chronic health conditions, their families, healthcare providers. Downloadable patient education brochures about evidence-based sleep interventions are also provided.