Belgian Association for Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine

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Coming up


 

Leerboek Slaap en Slaapstoornissen: SOLD OUT!

 

 

It is important as one of the few dutch books on Sleep disorders.
Johan Verbraecken and Bertien Buyse, board members, are two of the editors.

 


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 The book is still available via ACCO  as E-book.

 

 

Past meetings


 

Autumn Meeting 2018: Friday, November 09, Liège 

2018 Autumn Meeting online

 


 

Spring Meeting 2018: Friday, May 25, Dworp

2018 Spring Meeting online

 


 

Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) 2018

The BASS organized a four-day course on CBT-I in Dutch for psychologists.

January 26-27 and February 23-24, 2018 in UZA, Edegem.

2018 CGT-I online

 


 

Autumn Meeting 2017: Friday, November 17, Namur

2017_autumn_meeting_online

 


 

International Sleep Medicine Course: October 23-26, 2017

 2017 ISMC short

 

OSA convention



Information about the recent amendments of the OSA convention

as presented in Leuven on 25/01/2017:  to find on this page after logging in


 


 

Autumn Meeting 2016

Photo report of the meeting

The award winners:

2016 Autumn Meeting online

 


Autumn Meeting 2015

2015 Autumn Meeting

 


 

Spring Meeting 2015 


Life Achievement Award for Professor Robert Poirrier, June 2015

2015 Poirrier award

 


 

f ICSD-3

The International Classification of Sleep Disorders (ICSD-3) is now available in French via www.sfrms.org.

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Life Achievement Award for Professor Daniel Rodenstein, November 2014

Life Achievement Award 2014 Daniel Rodenstein

 

 

 



 

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  This course is in French, organised by the  ULB.

 


 

November 2014

BASS meeting: Friday 28 november 2014, Hof ter Musschen, Woluwe

BASS_Autumn _Meeting _2014_front

 

 


  

BASS meeting, 4 July 2014:

 

The History of Sleep and Wakefulness Research and the History of Sleep Medicine

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This was a joint meeting with very varying program with the 'International Society for the History of Neurosciences' and highlights some of the history of sleep research.