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1 PARALLEL EDUCATIONAL COURSES C1. Management of nasal ventilation in sleep apnea Room: Nordamerika C2. Dental Sleep Medicine new developments Room: Asien C3. Pediatric sleep medicine C5. Sleep methodology and scoring new developments C6. Behavioral sleep medicine Room: Skagerak COFFEE BREAK PARALLEL EDUCATIONAL COURSES 1-6 (CONT.) C1. Management of nasal ventilation in sleep apnea Room: Nordamerika C2. Dental Sleep Medicine new developments Room: Asien C3. Pediatric sleep medicine C5. Sleep methodology and scoring new developments C6. Behavioral sleep medicine Room: Skagerak LUNCH (PARTICIPANTS COURSES) WELCOME & OPENING SYMPOSIA S1. Young investigator symposium Room: Wallenbergsalen EDUCATIONAL COURSE 3 (CONT.) C3. Pediatric sleep medicine COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER VIEWING PARALLEL SYMPOSIA EDUCATIONAL COURSE 3 (CONT.) S2. Large cohorts studies in sleep in the Nordic countries Room: Wallenbergsalen S3. Experimental sleep research C3. Pediatric sleep medicine WELCOME RECEPTION

2 PARALLEL SYMPOSIA S4. Cardiovascular disease in sleep disorders S5. Neurological disease: Hypersomnia and parasomnia COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER VIEWING SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM Restless Legs/WED new pathophysiologic and therapeutic concepts. Sponsored by Mundipharma LUNCH BREAK PARALLEL SYMPOSIA NORDIC EARLY CAREER NETWORK LUNCH SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM S6. New attempts of sleep apnea pheno- and genotyping S7. Shift work sleep disorders Sleep Disordered Breathing / Sleep Apnea. Sponsored by Resmed COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER VIEWING PARALLEL SYMPOSIA SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM S8. Pediatric sleep medicine and research in the Nordics S9. Abstractsymposium: Neurological sleep disorders mixed sleep apnea. Room: Asien The Nordic Championship in Sleep CONFERENCE DINNER AT KAJSKJUL 8

3 PARALLEL SYMPOSIA SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM S10. Insomnia: new insights in diagnosis and treatment S12. Abstractsymposium: Sleep Apnea research Future of Oral Apliance Therapy. Sponsored by SomnoMed Room: Asien COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER VIEWING PARALLEL SYMPOSIA SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM S11. Abstractsymposium: Circadian/experimental research S13. Surgical methods in sleep medicine Importance and management of sleep apnea in ischemic heart disease. Sponsored by Philips CLOSING SYMPOSIUM S14. Panel discussion: Sleep, law and society GRAB N GO LUNCH SFSS Årsmöte

4 Course 1. Management of nasal ventilation in sleep apnea / Nasal ventilation vid sömnapné Room: Nordamerika Responsible organiser: Tarja Saaresranta, Finland, Eva Lindberg, Sweden includes all sleep clinic personnel handling patients with CPAP Which issues impact compliance for CPAP therapy or NIV? / CPAP- och NIVbehandling Vilka faktorer påverkar följsamhet vid behandling? Tarja Saaresranta, Finland Long-term adherence to mask ventilation / Långtidsuppföljning av behandlings-compliance vid maskventilering. Björg Eysteinsdóttir, Iceland How to choose a ventilator for HMV? /Hur väljer man rätt apparat vid hemventilatorbehandling? Anne-Marie Gabrielsen, Norway How to ensure compliance and effective non-invasive ventilation in nursing? / Hur säkerställa effektiv behandling med god compliance vid non-invasiv ventilation? Dorthe Sørensen, Denmark Upper airway symptoms and compliance / Behandlingscompliance vid besvär från övre luftvägar. Could compliance with CPAP therapy or NIV be improved by behavioral therapy? / Betydelse av beteendevetenskapliga metoder för CPAPcompliance och maskventilation. Anders Broström, Sweden Could telemonitoring improve compliance? / Kan följsamhet med behandling förbättras av telemonitorering? Ulla Anttalainen, Finland Importance of good compliance case report and closing remarks / Betydelse av god behandlingscompliance patientfall.

5 Course 2. Dental Sleep Medicine new developments / Nyheter inom odontologisk sömnmedicin Room: Asien Responsible organiser: Åke Tegelberg, Sweden dental sleep medicine. The target audience includes dentists An overview of the Swedish research in dental sleep medicine. (Vad har svensk odontologisk sömn medicinsk forskning bidragit med I sökandet av evidens?) Marie Marklund, Sweden and Åke Tegelberg, Sweden An introduction to sleep bruxism, (Sömnbruxism en introduction). Åke Tegelberg, Sweden How to enter the Swedish National Quality Register of sleep apnea, SESAR. (Hur kan tandläkare medverka I det nationella kvalitetsregistret för sömnapné och därmed bidra till framtida kunskaper?) the SESAR register. Information of the continuing process in certifying dentists in dental sleep medicine according to SFSS standard. (Presentation av det fortsatta arbetet med diplomering i Odontologisk sömnmedicin i SFSS-regi). Åke Tegelberg, Sweden Course 3. Pediatric sleep medicine (full day course) Responsible organiser: Lars Palm, Sweden, Birgitte Kornum, Denmark insomnia and circadian rhythm disorders). The target audience pediatric medicine. The Physiology and Developement of Sleep in Children, Marianne Ors, Sweden Sleep in Children with a Neurodevelopmental Disorder, Gregory Stores, United Kingdom Sleep in School Children, Pernilla Garmy, Sweden Parasomnias: Clinics, Physiology and Differential Diagnostics, Lena Leissner, Sweden Pharmacotherapy Circadian Sleep Disturbances Clinical Background, Lars Palm, Sweden Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome, Katarina Danielsson, Sweden Narcolepsy Etiological Mechanisms, Birgitte Kornum, Denmark Clinical Picture and Therapy, Lars Palm, Sweden

6 Course 5. Sleep methodology and scoring new developments / Metodologi och analys inom sömn- nya rön Responsible organiser: Erna Sif Arnardottir, Iceland, Olli Polo, Finland This course will introduce new technologies in sleep medicine standards (e.g. scoring rules) on our daily work, new research among others nurses/sleep technologists, physicians as well as researchers with an interest in the most recent technologies in sleep research. The different methodology and scoring procedures in Europe effects on sleep apnea diagnosis. Measuring transcutaneously O2 and CO2. Olli Polo, Finland Sleepiness behind the wheel what true risk estimates do we have in sleep medicine? Mahssa Karimi, Sweden Scoring of sleep recordings in Children. Paul Murphy, Sweden The role of snore and respiratory effort measurements in clinical sleep studies. Measurement of respiratory effort with esophageal pressure vs. RIP belts. Marta Serwatko, Iceland Leena Himanen, Finland Nocturnal pulse wave a useful marker for sleep, breathing, cardiovascular function and risk? Dirk Sommermeyer, Germany Course 6. Behavioral sleep medicine/ Sömn i ett beteendevetenskapligt perspektiv Room: Skagerak Responsible organiser: Bjørn Bjorvatn, Norway, Tuuliki Hion, Finland audience includes researchers in the area as well as clinical Sleep regulatory mechanisms and bright light therapy. Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia. Tuuliki Hion, Finland Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy: Current options and novel perspectives. Harald Hrubos-Strøm, Norway

7 Lunch (participants courses) Welcome & Opening Symposium 1. Young investigator symposium / Symposium för unga forskare O1 O2 O3 O40 O10 O33 Chair(s): Presidents of the 6 Nordic Sleep Societies Quality of life among untreated sleep apnea patients compared to the general population and changes after treatment with positive airway pressure, Erla Björnsdóttir, Iceland Sedative-hypnotic and anxiolytic drugs and their use in Estonia, Katrin Sonn, Estonia Polysomnography (PSG) and Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT) in Children with ADHD, Anne Virring Sørensen, Denmark Screening of apnea and periodic limb movement disorder via smartphone- Fredrik Sannholm, Finland Cardiovascular biomarkers in OSA in the ASAP population, Blood Pressure Response to Losartan and CPAP in New-Onset Hypertension with Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Randomized Controlled Trial, Erik Thunström, Sweden Coffee break and Poster viewing Symposium 2. Large cohorts studies in sleep in the Nordic countries / Stora kohortstudier inom sömn i Norden Chair(s): Eva Lindberg, Sweden, Thorarinn Gislason, Iceland Overview of different Finnish cohorts what have they added to sleep medicine? Markku Partinen, Finland Epidemiological Sleep Cohorts in Iceland: Long-term follow-up, Bryndis Benedikstdottir, Iceland Population-based cohorts in Uppsala- the importance of differentiating population-based and clinically based studies, accidents? Experiences from the Akershus Sleep Apnea Project, Harald Hrubos-Strøm, Norway Data from two recent Swedish National Sleep Apnea quality registries, (TBD) SESAR - The Swedish Sleep Apnea Registry, Jan Hedner, Sweden SWEDEVOX The Swedish CPAP Registry, Bengt Midgren, Sweden Discussion and summary, Iceland

8 Symposium 3. Experimental sleep research / Experimentell sömnforskning O4 O5 O6 O7 O8 Chair(s): Torbjörn Åkerstedt, Sweden, Markku Partinen, Finland How fast does the brain wake up from sleep? John Axelsson, Sweden Energy balance out of balance following sleep loss in humans, Christian Bendict, Sweden Sleep restriction, immune system and lipid metabolism, Vilma Aho, Finland Night work Disturbances in sleep and circadian rhythm parameters. An animal model, Jelena Mrdalj, Norway The effect of experimental sleep restriction on cognitive reappraisal, Sandra Tamm, Sweden Welcome Reception at Conference Centre Wallenberg The City of Gothenburg has the pleasure to invite you to Gothenburg and the welcome reception. TM Open Your Airways Start Breathing

9 Symposium 4. Cardiovascular disease in sleep disorders/ Sömnstörningar och kardiovaskulär sjuklighet O9 O11 Chair(s): Yüksel Peker, Sweden,Harald Hrubos-Strøm, Norway Introduction Recent challenges in cardiovascular sleep research, Yüksel Peker, Sweden Insomnia and risk of cardiovascular disease in the HUNT study, Linn Beate Strand, Norway Cardiovascular biomarkers in OSA in the RICCADSA population, Erik Thunström, Sweden Impact of CPAP on diastolic function in the RICCADSA trial, Helena Glantz, Sweden Strategies to detect OSA and cardiovascular effects of treatment, Harald Hrubos-Strøm, Norway Symposium 5. Neurological sleep disorders Hypersomnia and Parasomnia Chair(s): Poul Jennum, Denmark, Michaela Gjerstad, Norway Update on narcolepsy type 1 and type 2: Criteria and diagnosis, Poul Jennum, Denmark Pathophysiology: Possible causes of the Nordic Pandemrix-related narcolepsy, Markku Partinen, Finland Current treatment and management of narcolepsy, Stine Knudsen, Norway Excessive daytime sleepiness in Parkinson s disease, Michaela Gjerstad, Norway Update on REM sleep parasomnias. Marielle Zoetmulder, Denmark Coffee break and Poster viewing

10 Restless Legs/WED new pathophysiologic and therapeutic concepts Introduction, Lena Leissner, Sweden General and local hypoxia and RLS/WED, RLS prevalence among women with multi-site pain, Romana Stehlik, Sweden Treatment opportunities in RLS, Claudia Trenkwalder, Germany Discussion/Summary, Lena Leissner, Sweden/all Symposium organized by Mundipharma Lunch Break Nordic early career network lunch Symposium 6. New attempts of sleep apnea pheno- and genotyping / Nya försök till feno-och genotypisering vid sömnapné Chair(s): Jan Hedner, Sweden, Thorarinn Gislason, Iceland Introduction, Jan Hedner, Sweden Does sleep apnea have different clinical faces? Clinical relevance. Thorarinn Gislason, Iceland Tarja Saaresranta, Finland Does short sleep play a role for hypertension? Susceptibility in a shortsleeping OSA phenotype? Zou Ding, Sweden Symposium 7. Shift work sleep disorders / Sömnstörningar relaterade till skiftarbete Chair(s): Siri Waage, Norway, Arne Lowden, Sweden Trends in research on sleep and shift work, Claudia Moreno, Brazil Shiftwork sleep disorder in Norway, Siri Waage, Norway O12 O13 In the middle of the night, organizing shiftwork in the Danish police force, Anne Helene Garde, Norway Sleep and fatigue at sea, longitudinal development of sleep and fatigue among seafarers, Göran Kecklund, Sweden

11 Sleep Disordered Breathing / Sleep Apnea Introduction and welcome, Peter Andersson, Sweden European experiences: telemonitoring has the ability to dramatically improve and change the treatment pathway for Sleep Apnea, Implementing new technology: from screening to cloud, experience from patients with Atrial Fibrillation, MD Helga Skúladóttir, Sweden Wrap up and summary, Peter Andersson, Sweden Symposium organized by ResMed Coffee break and Poster viewing Symposium 8. Pediatric sleep medicine and research in the Nordics / Pediatrisk sömnmedicin och forskning i Norden O14 Chair(s): Agneta Markström, Sweden, Harriet Akre, Norway The problem of misdiagnosis of sleep disorders in children. Gregory Stores, United Kingdom Predictors of therapeutic outcome of light therapy in young adults with delayed sleep phase syndrome Katarina Danielsson, Sweden Attila Szakács, Sweden Symposium 9. Abstractsymposium: Neurological sleep disorders / Neurologiska sömnstörningar O16 O17 O18 O19 Chair(s): Stine Knudsen, Norway Narcolepsy in Norway after /- H1N1-vaccination -- the 5 year status Oslo, Norway Post-Pandemrix reimbursement claim pattern in Norway (Was narcolepsy the only hypersomnia occurring after H1N1-vaccination?) Knut Bronder H; Stine Knudsen Oslo, Norway Predicting treatment failure and improving treatment outcome for patients at risk in CBT for insomnia Stockholm, Sweden Music as a tool for improving sleep in adults with insomnia Kira Vibe Jespersen 1 ; Julian Koenig ; Poul Jennum 3 ; Peter Vuust 1 1 Aarhus, Denmark; Ohio, USA; 3 Glostrup, Denmark

12 O20 O21 Hyperalgesia after experimental and work-related sleep restriction Oslo, Norway Early childhood-onset restless legs syndrome: symptoms and effect of oral iron treatment Jens Tilma 1 ; Karen Tilma ; Ole Noerregaard 1 ; John Oestergaard 1 1 Aarhus, Denmark; Benefits with automatic trilevel adaptive servo ventilation for the treatment of central and mixed sleep apnea Room: Asien Introduction and welcome, Stein Jacobsen, Norway Treatment of central and mixed sleep apnea with anticyclic servoventilation and automatic trilevel algorithm, Practical use of prisma cr (AScV). Maximize treatment in AcSV with trilevel and automatic backup frequency, Joerg Lessau, Germany Clinical demonstations, VeriVita Group and Weinmann Symposium organized by VeriVita The Nordic Championship in Sleep Conference Dinner at Kajskjul 8

13 Symposium 10. Insomnia: new insights in diagnosis and treatment / Insomni nya rön kring diagnos och behandling O22 O23 O24 O25 O26 Chair(s): Jan-Erik Broman, Sweden, Bjørn Bjorvatn, Norway Introduction, Jan-Erik Broman, Sweden High prevalence of insomnia, self-reported sleep problems, and hypnotic use in patients visiting their general practitioner, Group CBT for insomnia as a nursing intervention in primary health care: A randomized controlled trial. Christina Sandlund, Sweden Internet treatment addressing either insomnia or depression, for patients with both diagnoses a randomized trial, Kerstin Blom, Sweden Effectiveness of an online cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, Erla Björnsdottir, Iceland Comparison between auricular acupuncture and cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, Lena Bergdahl, Sweden Concluding remarks, Symposium 12. Abstractsymposium: Sleep Apnea research / Forskning kring sömnapne O35 O37 Chair(s): Olli Polo, Finland Effect on ASV ventilation on cognitive function in patients with CHF, Ludger Grote, Sweden Increased Carbonic Anhydrase Activity is Associated With Sleep Apnea Severity and Related Hypoxemia Gothenburg, Sweden disordered breathing Össur Ingi Emilsson 1 ; Erna Sif Arnardottir 2 ; Bryndis Benediktsdottir 2 ; Sigurdur Juliusson 2 ; Sören Berg 3 ; Einar Stefan Bjornsson 2 ; Anna-Carin Olin 4 ; Christer Janson 1 ; Thorarinn Gislason 2 1 Uppsala, Sweden; 2 Reykjavik, Iceland; 3 Lund, Sweden; 4 Gothenburg, Sweden Neuromuscular injuries and pharyngeal dysfunction in obstructive sleep apneá (OSA) Farhan Shah 1 ; Diana Bergren ; Thorbjörn Holmlund ; Per Stål 1 Umea, Sweden; Umeå, Sweden

14 O38 O39 Therapeutic effectiveness of combination therapy with sleep position trainer and oral appliance therapy in patients with residual positional sleep apnea under oral appliance therapy: a randomized clinical trial Edegem, Belgium E-health and screening possibilities of obstructive sleep apnea among drivers Tallinn, Estonia Future of Oral Apliance Therapy Room: Asien Marie Marklund, Sweden Symposium organized by SomnoMed Coffee break and Poster viewing Symposium 11. Abstractsymposium: Circadian/experimental sleep research / Experimentiell och Circadian sömnforskning O27 O28 O29 O31 O32 Chair(s): Göran Kecklund, Sweden Sleep and memory, a 20-year prospective longitudinal population study Jerker Hetta 1 ; Jan-Erik Broman ; Lena Mallon 1 Stockholm, Sweden; Uppsala, Sweden Installation of tuneable white light in a classroom: effects on sleep, sleepiness and concentration in 8-10 year old children. A pilot study Bergen, Norway The lunar cycle: A moderator for effects of environmental noise and vibration on sleep? Michael Smith; Kerstin Persson Waye Gothenburg, Sweden Torbjörn Åkerstedt Stockholm, Sweden Does a constant misalignment between solar and local time in Iceland contribute to late chronotypes? Circadian assessment of wrist skin temperature in healthy subjects with different chronotypes Paul Christian Baier; Stina Ullrich; Weinhold Sara; Robert Göder Kiel, Germany

15 Symposium 13. Surgical methods in sleep medicine / Kirurgiska åtgärder inom sömnmedicin Chair(s): Søren Berg, Denmark OSA surgery in general, Søren Berg, Denmark UPPP, Danielle Friberg, Sweden Tonsillectomy, Thorbjörn Holmlund, Sweden Nasal surgery, Maxillo-mandibular surgery, (TBA) Neuromuscular implant, Hasse Ejnell, Sweden Importance and management of sleep apnea in ischemic heart disease Introduction /Welcome - Philips Nordic Team Clinical cases highlighting strategy of device settings, daily problems and how to read and interpret encore reports - Michael Arzt, Germany Hands on session, Philips local team Q & A Symposium organized by Philips Symposium 14. Panel discussion: Sleep, law and society Chair(s): Jan Hedner, Sweden, Ludger Grote, Sweden Grab n Go Lunch SFSS Årsmöte

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