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NIH State-of-the-Science Conference on
Management of Chronic
Insomnia in Adults
June 13–15, 2005
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Program & Abstracts (PDF)
Archived Videocast Day 1 | 2 | 3
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The State-of-the-Science panel assessed the evidence on the following conference questions:
- How is chronic insomnia defined, diagnosed, and classified, and what is known about its etiology?
- What are the prevalence, natural history, incidence, and risk factors for chronic insomnia?
- What are the consequences, morbidities, comorbidities, and public health burden associated with chronic insomnia?
- What treatments are used for the management of chronic insomnia, and what is the evidence regarding their safety, efficacy, and effectiveness?
- What are important future directions for insomnia-related research?
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