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Chris Idzikowski - sleep expert. Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service (SAAS), UK.

Consultancies  - Contact

Medico-legal - Contact for more information. Cases relate to parasomnias (sleepwalking, "sexsomnia", etc) and others sleep disorders (falling asleep at the wheel); both Prosecution and Defence, various jurisdictions.

For consultancies, research and academic Contact. Patients (below).

Forthcoming Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) Sleep Medicine Section meetings

May 21 2014

Sleep and the law (RSM, London)

July  16 2014

Sleep - yours and your patient's (RSM, London)

November 19 2014

(proposed) Re-appraisal of conventional and alternative therapies (RSM, London)

Feb 18 2015

Sleep medicine and paediatrics (RSM, London)

May 21 2015

Sleep medicine in primary care (RSM, London)


 

Recent RSM Sleep Medicine meetings

September 2013

20 September, RSM, London (with the Pain Medicine Section)

Sleep and pain

February 19 2014

Wake up! Hot topics for healthcare scientists in sleep medicine (RSM, London)

October 2013

18 - 19 October, RSM, London (with the clinical forensic and legal medicine section, and the pharmaceutical medicine and research section)

Drink, drugs, sleep and transport

March 6 2014

Fits and funny turns, evening meeting(RSM, London) - with clinical neurosciences


 

New book

SOUND ASLEEP. available on Kindle (Corrections and updates)

Sleep Disorders (free download). Other books by Chris Idzikowski Other main site - neuronic

How to Sleep: Info

Parasomnias (abnormal behaviours during sleep, sleepwalking, waking dreams, sleep talking, etc) - I'm interested in your stories: Either write a post or comment on my blog or write to me through here: Contact

Advice for sleepwalkers here. Commentary dealing with forensic sleep (forensic sleep research, forensic sleep medicine).


Please note the Edinburgh Sleep Centre (Heriot Row) closed 30 Sept 2013. C. Idzikowski is no longer connected with the Edinburgh Sleep Centre (or the London Sleep Centre or Sleep Medicine Centre Ltd). (More info)

Patients requiring treatment should try the London Sleep Centre (private), for insomnia the web-base intervention: Sleepio, or for a a "third generation" approach to insomnia the sleepschool, london (though .org it does require payment).  C. Idzikowski is currently not accepting patients.

Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service News: Still active, but old newsroom (written for Fringe 2010, Edinburgh)