New Sleep Medicine Textbook Reviewed in JAMA
As we begin our April Sleep Medicine Board Review course, we wanted to share a review of the new book Sleep Medicine by Kathleen Yaremchuk and Pell Ann Wardrop. Atlanta Sleep School CEO Dr. Rosenberg also wrote a chapter in the book.
The review, published in the February edition of The Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) was written by Dr. Denis Rosen with Children’s Hospital Boston.
An excerpt of the review:
"The user-friendly text is easy to read and includes many photographs and diagrams as well as tools that can be used in practice...Because Sleep Medicine provides such a good overview of the field as a whole, it will be useful for family and pediatric physicians as well as nurse practitioners. And because of the exceptionally detailed and well-presented overview of the structural and mechanical aspects of the upper air-way, how these aspects contribute to the development of OSA, and the thoroughness with which the different treatment options are discussed, this text will likewise prove to be an excellent resource for trainees as well as practicing specialists in sleep medicine."
To read the full review, visit the JAMA site.
We will have copies of this textbook available for sale at throughout the Board Review course at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center.