Meet the Faculty

Terrence Malloy

Terrence Malloy, RPSGT

Terrence Malloy, RPSGT, is the Lead Instructor in polysomnography for classes in Atlanta, San Diego, and San Antonio. A registered technologist for nearly 20 years, Mr. Malloy's expertise as a teacher and curriculum developer has been widely acknowledged by both professionals and students in the world of sleep medicine. Read more...

Patrick Sorenson

Patrick Sorenson, RPSGT

Patrick Sorenson, MA, RPSGT, is a technologist and educator in the field of sleep and its disorders specializing in pediatric sleep.  He has worked in the field of sleep technology since 1987 and has been a registered technologist since 1992.  Patrick is based in the Boston area where he has worked at The Children's Hospital-Boston, the Caritas Christi organization, Northern Essex Community College and Massachusetts General Hospital. More...


WebPSG: Practice Interpreting PSGs and MSLTs Online


Web PSG This online program teaches physicians to read and interpret common sleep studies, including multiple sleep latency tests (MSLTs) and polysomnograms (PSGs).  Students receive a full year's access to all purchased content. To help deepen your understanding of correct methods for interpreting patient data, the course also features specific question and answer feedback for each study.

Each PSG interpretation is worth 1 CME. Each completed MSLT study is worth .5 CME credits.

By the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • Differentiate sleep stages on a clinical polysomnogram
  • Able to utilize current AASM scoring rules to interpret clinical polysomnograms
  • Recognize abnormal waveform patterns on a clinical polysomnogram
  • Summarize findings on a clinical polysomnogram to make diagnosis consistent with AASM's ICSD-2

You are required to read the following information before registering for the course.

Faculty Disclosures

Terrence Malloy, RPSGT, planner and instructor, and Patrick Sorenson, RPSGT have disclosed individually that the CME content over which they have control does not contain information about healthcare products and services.

Commercial Support

There is no commercial support for the development of WebPSG and WebMSLT.

Statement of Accreditation

The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and Technology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical educations for physicians.

Designation of Credit

The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and Technology designates this enduring material for a maximum of 37.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM . Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

These credits will be available from January 1, 2011 - December 31, 2013.

Participants must demonstrate a minimum performance level of 70% in the assessment in order to successfully complete the activity for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

Disclosure Policy

It is the policy of the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all of its educational activities. All planners and instructors participating in programs sponsored or jointly-sponsored by the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine are expected to disclose to the program audience any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest related to the control of their presentation(s).

Privacy and Confidentiality

The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine will not collect any personal information except when the information is specifically and knowingly provided by the participants which includes name, mailing and e-mail addresses, phone, and fax numbers, medical or healthcare degree or credential and medical specialty. Such information is retained in the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine database for the purpose of providing participant records, and alerting alumni to new live or online activities. This information is not available to the general public nor is the mailing list or e-mail list made available for rental to outside companies. Participant attendance records have been recorded since 2003 when the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine received initial accreditation from ACCME. Participants requesting replacement certificates and/or records by phone must supply identifying personal information. Released information includes the title, date of attendance or completion and number of credits attained at the related activity.
In activities when polysomnographic or other patient data are included, names of patients and other identifying factors such as date of birth are blacked out from PowerPoint slides or handouts.

Technical Requirements

WebPSG and WebMSLT operate in a special browser designed by SleepEx, to ensure the quality and accuracy of the PSG scores. With new technology developed by Apreco, you can access raw study data from any computer using any operating system- no special browser needed.

For technical questions, please email:

Contact us

For more information, please contact Kish Woodward, Program Coordinator, at (678) 651-2000 or email

Program Pricing

Product                                               Price                                                             

25 MSLTs                                                                $477
25 NPSGs                                                                $477


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View the WebPSG Instructional Video

Interested in seeing how the program works before you buy it? View the instructional video below for a brief tour of the program.

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All courses offered by the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine & Technology are the sole property of the School, therefore any unauthorized distribution of course material is strictly prohibited including the sharing of student login information. Any students who violate the terms and conditions of use for School owned material will be restricted from accessing any further courses, without receiving a refund for their purchase. Any questions or concerns regarding this disclaimer may be directed to or by phone at (678) 651-2000.