18oct6:00 pm6:30 pmCarers Week - How Did You Sleep Last Night? Potential barriers to sleep and strategies to address them
Sleep is an essential function that allows your body and mind to recharge, leaving you refreshed and alert when you wake up allowing you to manage daily stress and challenges. In this
Sleep is an essential function that allows your body and mind to recharge, leaving you refreshed and alert when you wake up allowing you to manage daily stress and challenges.
In this session, Dr Vivian Chiu will:
Dr. Vivian Chiu was formerly a research fellow at the Enable Institute, Curtin University and currently works at the Department of Health. She completed her PhD at UWA where her research focused on the adaptation of sleep interventions for people living with schizophrenia and other psychoses. From this research, Vivian contributed to the delivery of a Mental Health Sleep Service at the North Metropolitan Health Service Mental Health (NMHS MH) from 2015 to 2020.
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