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ANHB5431 Fundamentals of Sleep Technology
- 6 points
Availability Location Mode Not available in 2022 Online Online flexible
- This unit consists of six modules: (1) biopotentials and their measurement; (2) equipment and instrumentation (non-biopotential); (3) performing polysomnography (PSG); (4) reading, scoring and analysing sleep (I); (5) reading, scoring and analysing sleep (II); and (6) data management, confidentiality, ethics.
Students undertaking the Graduate Diploma in Dental Sleep Medicine (52340) are advised to complete ANHB5432 Fundamentals of Sleep Biology first. Students undertaking the Graduate Certificate in Adult Sleep Science (51210) or the Graduate Diploma in Sleep Science (52320) are advised that this unit is a prerequisite for the intensive units ANHB5433 Sleep Technology in Practice and ANHB5434 Sleep Biology in Practice.
- Students are able to (1) apply basic principles of electrical activity and physics to the measurement of biopotentials; (2) explain the standard equipment and instrumentation utilised in laboratory-based and portable sleep monitoring systems; (3) differentiate the PSG protocols, MSLT, MWT, standard PSG and therapy PSG; (4) justify the presence/absence of sleep, sleep stage and normal/abnormal sleep based upon the signal characteristics from PSG; (5) perform basic analysis and scoring of sleep studies according to standard guidelines; and (6) recognise the significance of principles of data management, professionalism, ethical behaviour and medical confidentiality.
- Indicative assessments in this unit are as follows: (1) continuous assessment for each module (one online quiz for each module) and (2) a final online examination. Further information is available in the unit outline.
For units commencing in May 2022 or later the availability of the supplementary assessment is subject to confirmation.Student may be offered supplementary assessment in this unit if they meet the eligibility criteria.
Except where supplementary assessment is not available in a unit, it will be offered to students in all units who:
- Are in good academic standing overall;
- Have passed over half the units taken in the teaching period concerned, except where they are only enrolled in two or less units in the period;
- Have submitted all assessment items in the unit;
- Have achieved a mark between 45 and 49 for the unit overall, or the same mark in any failed component item in the unit; and
- No finding of academic misconduct has been made against them in the unit concerned.
Additionally student may apply for supplementary assessment in any unit which is the final unit required for graduation in there course and where they have achieved a mark between 45 and 49 for the unit overall, or the same mark in any failed component item in the unit.
- Unit Coordinator(s)
- Professor Peter Eastwood, Dr Jennifer Walsh & Dr Kathleen Maddison
- Unit rules
- enrolment in either the Graduate Certificate in Adult Sleep Science (51210), Graduate Diploma in Sleep Science (52320), Graduate Certificate in Dental Sleep Medicine (52350) or Graduate Diploma in Dental Sleep Medicine (52340)
- for students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Dental Sleep Medicine (52350) or Graduate Diploma in Dental Sleep Medicine (52340): ANHB5532 Fundamentals of Dental Sleep Medicine
- Contact hours
- no formal contact—students are able to seek assistance by email or phone. Students are expected to spend approximately 50 hours working through the online learning modules, readings and quizzes. Some additional study time is recommended (approximately 100 hours).
Kryger, M. H. et al. eds Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine, 4th edn: Elsevier Saunders 2005
Rechtschaffen, A. and Kales, A. A Manual of Standardised Terminology, Techniques and Scoring System for Sleep Stages of Human Subjects: Brain Research Institute 1968
Iber, C. et al. The AASM Manual for the Scoring of Sleep and Associated Events—Rules, Terminology and Technical Specifications: American Academy of Sleep Medicine 2007
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