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07 Aug 2014:

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for a new trial investigating treatment of people with both INSOMNIA and OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA (OSA).The COMISA trial is a research study of…


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We are proud to announce AISH and our very own Dr Richard Weeks were quoted in the New York Post and the Business Insider Australia.Select…


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Professor Doug McEvoy, A/Professor Nick Antic and other Research staff have recently joined the SAHMRI Heart Health Theme led by Professor Stephen Nicholls within the…


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Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health Repatriation General Hospital
Daws Rd, Daw Park
South Australia 5041

Welcome to the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health

The Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health (AISH) has over 40 staff members including many health professionals and researchers who are national and international leaders in their field. AISH is based at the Repatriation General Hospital and is part of the Respiratory and Sleep Service of the Southern Adelaide Local Health Network.

The AISH multi-disciplinary team of qualified and experienced health professionals provides world-class services to patients with a wide range of sleep disorders. The AISH team includes sleep physicians, specialist nurses, psychologists, a psychiatrist, a dentist, Ear Nose Throat-sleep apnoea surgeons, technologists, scientists, administrative staff and postgraduate students.

AISH supports a busy clinical and laboratory service with over 4000 outpatient attendances and 3000 sleep studies per year.

We are committed to providing a holistic clinical approach and improving health through the science of sleep.

Office hours are 9am-5pm Monday-Friday.

Volunteers needed for sleep study

Volunteers needed for a new trial investigating treatment of people with both insomnia and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA).

The COMISA trial is a research study of a non-drug (behavioural) treatment designed to help people with the two overlapping sleep disorders and will test if insomnia therapy will improve Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) adherence leading to better sleep quality.

Participants are required to be in the trial for six months and will receive CPAP free of charge, with some also receiving four sessions of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for their insomnia.

Participants should be aged 18-75, have symptoms of OSA (e.g. snoring, day time tiredness) and insomnia.

To find out if you are eligible, select aishresearch and complete the online screening questionnaire.

This research has been approved by the Southern Adelaide Clinical Human Research Ethics Committee.

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