INTERMITTENT HYPOXIA AS A MODEL FOR STUDYING SLEEP APNOEA AND CARDIOVASCULAR AND METABOLIC CONSEQUENCES (HELEN BEARPARK MEMORIAL LECTURE) : 001
SNORE-LIKE VIBRATION AS A CAUSE OF CAROTID ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION AND DAMAGE : 002
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HORMONAL AND COGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES OF SLEEP DEPRIVATION : 004
SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING DOES NOT AFFECT NOCTURNAL DIPPING OF BLOOD PRESSURE IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN : 005
INACTIVITY IS A RISK FACTOR FOR MODERATE-SEVERE OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA (OSA) : 006
POOR SLEEP HYGIENE HABITS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD: LINKS WITH PROBLEMATIC SLEEP : 007
INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF MANDIBULAR ADVANCEMENT AND CAUDAL TRACHEAL DISPLACEMENT: A COMPUTATIONAL FINITE ELEMENT MODEL (FEM) OF THE RABBIT UPPER AIRWAY : 008
ACUTE EFFECTS OF HIGH-DOSE ALCOHOL ON SLEEP ARCHITECTURE OF 18–21 YEAR OLD COLLEGE STUDENTS : 009
PRETERM BIRTH IS ASSOCIATED WITH REDUCED CEREBRAL OXYGENATION DURING SLEEP : 010
SLEEP TRENDS AMONG CHILDREN: IS THERE SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE FOR DECLINING SLEEP LENGTH AND SLEEP DEPRIVATION IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE? : 011
TIME TRENDS IN ADULT SLEEP DURATION: ARE WE REALLY SLEEPING LESS? : 012
TRENDS IN INSOMNIA SYMPTOMS AND USE OF SLEEP MEDICATION : 013
SOCIAL, FAMILY AND WORK-RELATED DETERMINANTS OF POOR SLEEP AND SLEEP MEDICATION USE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY : 014
DIAGNOSING OSA IN CHILDREN AND PAEDIATRIC CPAP TREATMENT : 015
OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA IN CHILDREN, ASSESSMENT AND SURGICAL MANAGEMENT : 016
ORAL APPLIANCES AND RAPID MAXILLARY EXPANSION; AN ORTHODONTIC APPROACH TO OSA IN CHILDREN : 017
DISSOCIATING COMPONENTS OF COGNITION AND AFFECT DURING SLEEP DEPRIVATION : 018
WHAT CAUSES AN ATTENTION LAPSE? - DISSOCIATION OF ATTENTION LAPSES WHILE SLEEPY : 019
DRIVING AFTER NIGHT SHIFT - SIMULATION, INSTRUMENTED VEHICLES AND THE DITCH : 020
SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF FATIGUE IN THE FIELD - WHAT DOES THE PVT TELL US? : 021
HEALTHCARE DELIVERY TO ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES - CHALLENGES, SUCCESSES AND SOLUTIONS : 022
BOTH WAYS HEALTH LITERACY - WORKING WITH ABORIGINAL UNDERSTANDINGS OF HEALTH ILLNESS AND TREATMENT : 023
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OF OSA TREATMENT OVER 20 YEARS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY : 024
SLEEP SERVICES AT NORTHERN TERRITORY TOP END : 025
WHAT'S CULTURE GOT TO DO WITH IT? ONTOLOGIES, SLEEP AND DREAMING IN ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIA : 026
THE SLEEP HEALTH OF AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS AND NON INDIGENOUS CHILDREN IN BOTH URBAN AND RURAL CENTRES : 027
SLEEP AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN FROM A REMOTE COMMUNITY: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY : 028
BARRIERS AND CHALLENGES FOR INDIGENOUS HEALTH WORKERS : 029
THE EFFECTS OF DIETARY SUGAR INTAKE ON PREPUBESCENT GIRLS SLEEP STAGES: A PRELIMINARY STUDY : 030
PRESCHOOL DRAMA: ACUTE CARDIOVASCULAR SURGES WITH APNOEAS AND HYPOPNOEAS : 031
IS THE DAMAGE DONE? LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF IMPROVEMENTS IN SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING ON NEUROCOGNITION AND BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN : 032
THE IMPACT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA ON QUALITY OF LIFE IN OBESE CHILDREN : 033
INDICATIONS, RESULTS AND OUTCOME FOR CLINICAL POLYSOMNOGRAPHY IN CHILDREN UNDER 2 YEARS OF AGE : 034
ADENOIDECTOMY IMPROVES OSA RELATED QOL IN CHILDREN : 035
IMPROVEMENT OF SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING IN CHILDREN IS ASSOCIATED WITH A REDUCTION IN OVERNIGHT BLOOD PRESSURE : 036
SLEEP DISTURBANCE IN CHILDREN WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS : 037
TRENDS IN HOME MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN A TERTIARY PAEDIATRIC CENTRE IN SINGAPORE: 1998–2011 : 038
TITRATION OF PAEDIATRIC NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION - IS IT WORTH IT? : 039
CHILDREN WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA HAVE SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED BLOOD PRESSURE VARIABILITY : 040
SLEEP AND RESPIRATORY OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN WITH SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING: A FOUR YEAR FOLLOW-UP : 041
CHILDREN WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA HAVE AN IMPAIRED EXERCISE CAPACITY : 042
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTION IN VERY YOUNG CHILDREN FOLLOWING TREATMENT FOR SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING : 043
CENTRAL HYPOVENTILATION IN ARNOLD-CHIARI SYNDROME - ROLE OF ADAPTIVE SERVO VENTILATION IN A PAEDIATRIC PATIENT : 044
CPAP COMPLIANCE LEVELS FOR RURAL PATIENTS DIAGNOSED WITH SEVERE OSA (AHI > 30) 4 YEARS AFTER COMMENCEMENT OF TREATMENT : 045
PREDICTORS OF LONG TERM ADHERENCE TO CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN THE SAVE STUDY : 046
VALIDATION OF AN AUTO-TITRATING CPAP DEVICE FOR THE TREATMENT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA: A RANDOMISED CROSSOVER TRIAL : 047
COMPLIANCE WITH CPAP - A NEW ZEALAND WIDE SURVEY : 048
DIFFERENCES IN NASAL RESISTANCE INFLUENCE THE TYPE OF CPAP MASK (NASAL VS FULL-FACE) ULTIMATELY PURCHASED BY A PATIENT : 049
A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO SELECTING STARTING PRESSURE RESULTS IN BETTER SLEEP OUTCOMES FROM CPAP TITRATION DURING SPLIT STUDIES : 050
MODELS OF CARE FOR ACUTE NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION IN COPD - COMPARISON OF THREE TERTIARY CENTRES (ACT3 STUDY) : 051
SYMPTOMS OF AEROPHAGIA ARE COMMON IN PATIENTS ON CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE THERAPY AND RELATED TO THE PRESENCE OF NOCTURNAL GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX : 052
CRANIOFACIAL STRUCTURE AND OPTIMAL CPAP PRESSURE REQUIREMENT IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA : 053
CLINICAL AUDIT OF ADAPTIVE SERVOVENTILATION : 054
NOCTURNAL USE OF THE BREATHE RIGHT® ADVANCED NASAL DILATOR STRIP IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC NOCTURNAL NASAL CONGESTION DOES NOT REDUCE SEVERITY OF SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING (A PILOT STUDY) : 055
OSA OFTEN CO-EXIST WITH DEPRESSION AND CPAP THERAPY IMPROVES SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION : 056
A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO SELECTING STARTING PRESSURE RESULTS IN BETTER SLEEP OUTCOMES FROM CPAP TITRATION STUDIES : 058
AN OVERVIEW OF CPAP SERVICES IN AUSTRALIAN COMMUNITY PHARMACIES : 059
COMPARING PATIENT COMPLIANCE ON AUTO CPAP THERAPY DURING HOME TRIAL : 060
LONG TERM CPAP COMPLIANCE AND CHANGES IN MEDICATION AFTER CPAP INITIATION : 061
SLEEPWISE -AN EVALUATION OF A MULTICOMPONENT SLEEP EDUCATION AND HOME BASED INTERVENTION FOR OLDER CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND SLEEP DISTURBANCE : 062
COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY FOR INSOMNIA MADE ACCESSIBLE : 063
PREDICTORS OF IMPROVEMENT IN SUBJECTIVE SLEEP QUALITY REPORTED BY OLDER ADULTS WITH SLEEP MAINTENANCE INSOMNIA FOLLOWING GROUP-BASED CBT-I : 064
EFFECTS OF A NASAL DILATOR STRIP (NDS) ON SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF SLEEP QUALITY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC NOCTURNAL NASAL CONGESTION (CNNC) : 065
WHY CAN'T PATIENTS SLEEP REFLECTIONS FROM A CLINICAL PSYCHIATRIST : 066
SHIFT WORK AFFECTS MOOD AND SLEEPINESS, BUT NOT PERFORMANCE : 067
THE ROLE OF CIRCADIAN PHASE IN INDIVIDUAL RESPONSES TO SHORT-TERM SLEEP RESTRICTION : 068
CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS OF CENTRAL EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING IN GOOD SLEEPERS AND PEOPLE WITH DELAYED SLEEP PHASE DISORDER : 069
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN NIGHT SHIFT FREQUENCY AND NEUROBEHAVIOURAL IMPAIRMENT DURING A SIMULATED NIGHT SHIFT : 070
PHARMACIST DELIVERED BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTIONS FOR INSOMNIA: A FEASIBILITY STUDY : 071
IDENTIFY AND EVALUATE THE BASIS OF DRUG CHRONOTHERAPY FOR DISEASES WITH SIGNIFICANT CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS : 072
THE PERIODICITY OF HABITUAL SLEEP DURATION : 073
SLEEP RELATED MOTOR SKILL LEARNING: IMPAIRED CONSOLIDATION IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA (OSA) PATIENTS : 074
THE CYCLIC ALTERNATING PATTERN (CAP) AS AN INDICATOR OF SLEEP DISRUPTION IN TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY PATIENTS : 075
NEUROCOGNITIVE CORRELATES OF NOCTURNAL OXYGEN DESATURATION IN PATIENTS WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT : 076
INFLAMMATORY BIOMARKERS AND HORMONE LEVELS IN OBESE ASIAN INDIAN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA : 077
A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING IN PATIENTS WITH MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE (MND) : 078
OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA IS NOT AN INDEPENDENT DETERMINANT OF PLASMA TESTOSTERONE : 079
WITHIN-BREATH SENSORY TRIGGERS OF RESPIRATORY AROUSAL IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA : 080
VENTILATION HETEROGENEITY IS NOT AFFECTED BY SUPINE POSTURE IN STABLE HEART FAILURE PATIENTS NOR IN NORMAL CONTROLS : 081
ASSESSMENT OF NASAL AIRFLOW USING NASAL PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS IN THE PRESENCE OF THE PROVENT® DEVICE : 082
MORNING HEADACHE AND OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA: A RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATION : 083
RESPIRATORY EFFORT DURING SLEEP IN CHRONIC HEART FAILURE PATIENTS IS SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCED DURING CENTRAL SLEEP APNOEA : 084
THE EFFECT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA ON SLEEP-RELATED GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX : 085
CORTISOL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH IN MALES WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA : 086
DOES HAVING A LARGE VENTILATORY RESPONSE TO AROUSAL PREDISPOSE TO REDUCED UPPER AIRWAY DILATOR MUSCLE ACTIVITY AND AIRWAY COLLAPSE? : 087
DOES CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA ALTER DAYTIME OESOPHAGEAL FUNCTION? : 088
OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED FREQUENCY OF CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS : 089
A META-ANALYSIS OF EXECUTIVE DYSFUNCTION IN OSA: BEFORE AND AFTER TREATMENT, AND CORRELATES OF NOCTURNAL SYMPTOMS : 090
OVERNIGHT HOLTER MONITORING AS A POTENTIAL LOW-COST SCREENING INVESTIGATION FOR OSA : 091
CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS DIAGNOSED WITH REM RELATED OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA (OSA) USING REVISED DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA : 092
DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS ARE STRONGLY ASSOCIATED WITH FATIGUE AND SLEEPINESS AMONG AN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA CLINIC POPULATION : 093
PREVALENCE OF CO-MORBIDITIES IN OBESITY HYPOVENTILATION SYNDROME COMPARED TO OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA SYNDROME : 094
PREVALENCE OF SLEEP APNOEA HEADACHE IN PATIENTS HAVING SLEEP STUDIES : 095
METABOLIC FUNCTION, DIABETES AND OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA : 097
DOES OSA PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF OBESITY? : 098
IS BEING BIG BAD FOR SLEEP AND BREATHING IN CHILDHOOD? : 099
A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF A COMBINED TREATMENT OF COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY AND EVENING BRIGHT LIGHT THERAPY FOR INSOMNIA IN OLDER ADULTS : 100
SALIVARY CORTISOL ACTIVITY IN RESPONSE TO BRIEF SLEEP RESTRICTION THERAPY FOR INSOMNIA DISORDER: AN EXPLORATORY MECHANISTIC STUDY : 101
SLEEP AND SLEEPINESS IN LATE PREGNANCY: COMPARISONS WITH WOMEN IN THE GENERAL POPULATION : 102
INSOMNIA PATIENTS’ HELP-SEEKING EXPERIENCES : 103
DOES SLEEP EDUCATION LEAD TO CHANGES IN SLEEP DURATION? : 104
TECHNOLOGY USE OF AUSTRALIAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH SLEEP DURATION AND SLEEP AND WAKE TIMES: THE AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION'S NATIONAL SCIENCE WEEK BIG SLEEP SURVEY : 105
WHAT HAPPENS TO MOOD, PERFORMANCE, SLEEP AND SLEEPINESS IN A LABORATORY STUDY WITH NO SLEEP DEPRIVATION? : 106
DOES MOOD PLAY A ROLE IN FOOD CHOICE WHEN IS SLEEP RESTRICTED? : 107
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM MARKERS OF SLEEP PROPENSITY IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA PATIENTS CORRELATE WITH DRIVING PERFORMANCE DURING EXTENDED WAKEFULNESS : 108
DELAYED CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS IN YOUNG PERSONS WITH UNIPOLAR OR BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDERS : 109
CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS OF CORE BODY TEMPERATURE AND MELATONIN IN PERSONS WITH DELAYED SLEEP PHASE DISORDER : 110
SLEEP, CIRCADIAN RHYTHMICITY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH DURING THE ANTARCTIC WINTER : 111
A COMPARISON OF DIAGNOSTIC OUTCOMES (DO) BETWEEN AMBULATORY TYPE 2 POLYSOMNOGRAPHY (PSG) SLEEP STUDIES AND GOLD STANDARD ATTENDED LABORATORY TYPE 1 PSG SLEEP STUDIES IN THE INVESTIGATION OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA (OSA) IN PAEDIATRICS. : 112
SURGICAL VERSUS CONVENTIONAL THERAPY FOR WEIGHT LOSS TREATMENT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL : 113
HYPOGLOSSAL NERVE STIMULATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA: POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC AND SYMPTOMATIC RESPONSES AFTER 12 MONTHS OF TREATMENT : 114
IMPROVED HYPERCAPNIA INTERCORRELATED WITH REDUCED DELTA ACTIVITY DURING SLEEP AND IMPROVED DAYTIME SLEEPINESS IN RESPIRATORY FAILURE PATIENTS : 115
COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF A SIMPLIFIED MODEL OF CARE FOR OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA IN GENERAL PRACTICE : 116
HIGH PREVALENCE OF UNDIAGNOSED OSA IN A COMMUNITY SAMPLE OF MEN AGED 40 YEARS AND OVER : 117
NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION IN CHILDREN WITH SEVERE KYPHO/SCOLIOSIS : 118
A CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON OF SLEEP DURATION BETWEEN U.S. AND AUSTRALIAN ADOLESCENTS: THE EFFECT OF SCHOOL START TIME, PARENT-SET BEDTIMES, AND EXTRA-CURRICULAR LOAD : 119
THE EFFECT OF DEPRESSION ON CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTIONING DURING SLEEP IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS : 120
CHILDREN WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA HAVE SIGNIFICANTLY DAMPENED BAROREFLEX RESPONSES TO CHANGES IN BLOOD PRESSURE : 121
HOW DOES DUMMY SUCKING PROTECT BABIES FROM THE SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME? : 122
THE PRONE SLEEPING POSITION MAY ALTER BOTH SYSTEMIC AND CEREBRAL VASCULAR CONTROL IN PRETERM INFANTS : 123
ESTIMATING VENTILATORY INSTABILITY IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA FROM ROUTINE POLYSOMNOGRAPHY: A VALIDATION USING ACETAZOLAMIDE : 124
POSITIONAL CHANGES IN LUNG VOLUME AND AIRWAY SHAPE IN SUPINE DEPENDENT VERSUS RAPID EYE MOVEMENT BASED OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA : 125
MEASUREMENT OF VENTILATORY INSTABILITY PREDICTS THE INSPIRED CO2 LEVEL REQUIRED FOR STABLE BREATHING IN HEART FAILURE : 126
EFFECTS OF CHRONIC HYPOXIA ON RESPIRATORY MUSCLE FORM AND FUNCTION DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT IN THE RAT : 127
THE EFFECT OF INTERMITTENT HYPERCAPNIC HYPOXIA ON LOOP GAIN IN HEALTHY MALES : 128
THE EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE ON THE ABNORMAL REFLEX INHIBITION TO INSPIRATORY LOADING IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA : 129
SHOULD WE BE WORRIED ABOUT SNORING IN INFANCY? : 130
COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE AND BEHAVIOUR IN SNORING CHILDREN : 131
WHAT DIFFERENCE DO A FEW YEARS MAKE? LONG TERM IMPACT OF RESOLUTION OF SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING ON NEUROCOGNITION AND BEHAVIOUR IN CHILDREN : 132
CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING IN CHILDREN - IS IT A MATTER OF TIME? : 133
THE DEFINITION AND MEASUREMENT OF SLEEPINESS : 134
VIDEO-ENDOSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF THE AIRWAY IN ADULT OSA : 137
THE NOSE IN OSA: A SURGICAL PERSPECTIVE : 138
PRE-PHASE NASAL SURGERY: STRUCTURAL AND DYNAMIC CONSIDERATIONS : 139
REVIEWING THE EVIDENCE FOR SURGERY IN ADULT OSA: WHAT ARE THE POSITIVES? : 140
PCRIT: THE PROS AND CONS : 141
AROUSALS FROM SLEEP: HOW SHOULD THEY BE MEASURED AND WHY? : 142
COMPLEXITY OF THE UPPER AIRWAY MUSCLES : 143
LONG TERM MONITORING OF CPAP USAGE - TECHNOLOGY UPDATES : 148
SLEEP SERVICES IN AN ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY SETTING : 149
THE TECHNICAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES OF HOME MONITORING TO EVALUATE A MAORI INFANT SLEEP DEVICE : 150
ACTIGRAPHY IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN: ACCURACY AND ALGORITHMS : 151
MEASURING SLEEP IN FLIGHT: ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF ACTIGRAPHY : 152
EFFECTS OF TONSILLECTOMY ON SLEEP STUDY PARAMETERS IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA : 153
UTILITY OF A SLEEP MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM MEETING: CLINICIAN AND PATIENT BASED EVALUATION : 154
ASSESSMENT OF THE PERFORMANCE OF NASAL PILLOWS AT HIGH CPAP PRESSURES : 155
INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF MANDIBULAR ADVANCEMENT AND CAUDAL TRACHEAL DISPLACEMENT ON UPPER AIRWAY LUMEN GEOMETRY: STUDIES IN AN ANAESTHETISED RABBIT MODEL : 156
CHANGE IN PHARYNGEAL AIRWAY DIMENSIONS WITH MANDIBULAR ADVANCEMENT USING CONE BEAM COMPUTER TOMOGRAPHY : 157
POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC PHENOTYPES OF OSA AND MANDIBULAR ADVANCEMENT SPLINT TREATMENT OUTCOME : 158
THE USE OF A SIMPLIFIED SLEEP MONITOR BY DENTISTS TO GUIDE ORAL APPLIANCE TITRATION DOES NOT IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA : 159
DEAD SPACE VENTILATION ADDED TO CPAP THERAPY AS A POSSIBLE TREATMENT FOR CENTRAL SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING : 160
MILD OVERNIGHT HYPERCAPNIA: A NOVEL THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA? : 161
DOES THE PRESENCE OF INSOMNIA AFFECT TREATMENT DECISIONS AND TREATMENT OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING : 162
TREATMENT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA WITH A NOVEL HYPOGLOSSAL NERVE STIMULATION SYSTEM: SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE WITH RECRUITMENT, SCREENING AND ENROLMENT : 163
EXPERIENCE WITH MOUTHPIECE NONINVASIVE VENTILATION IN PATIENTS WITH DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY : 164
THE EFFECT OF AN EXTERNAL MECHANICAL STIMULUS DEVICE TO TREAT OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA : 165
ARE THERE BIDIRECTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, AND DIFFERENT SLEEP DISTURBANCES? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW : 166
PERSISTENT SLEEP DISTURBANCE IS ASSOCIATED WITH TREATMENT RESPONSE IN ADOLESCENTS WITH DEPRESSION : 167
DRIVER SLEEPINESS SELF-REGULATION: PHYSIOLOGICAL AND SUBJECTIVE EVIDENCE : 168
ARE PERCEPTIONS OF SLEEP NEED TASK DEPENDENT? EXAMINING PERCEPTIONS OF OPTIMUM SLEEP TO DRIVE, WORK, AND FUNCTION EMOTIONALLY, PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY : 169
DIFFERENCES IN ACCURACY OF SELFREPORTED SLEEP DURATION BETWEEN WOMEN WHO RECEIVE PRENATAL SLEEP EDUCATION AND THOSE WHO DO NOT : 170
SLEEP PATTERNS OF INDIGENOUS VS. NON-INDIGENOUS CHILDREN IN A RURAL COMMUNITY : 171
COMPARING SLEEP DURATION AND QUALITY PRIOR TO AND DURING LATE PREGNANCY: RESULTS FROM A LARGE SAMPLE OF NEW ZEALAND WOMEN : 172
READABILITY ASSESSMENT OF CONSUMER INFORMATION MATERIAL ON SLEEP AND HEALTH FROM AUSTRALIAN WEBSITES : 173
THE INFLUENCE OF EXTRA ANTENATAL AND POSTNATAL EDUCATION ON SAFE SLEEPING FOR PREVENTING SUDDEN UNEXPECTED DEATH IN INFANCY (SUDI) : 174
DAYTIME ENERGY EXPENDITURE IS ASSOCIATED WITH BETTER SLEEP IN HEALTHY ADULTS : 175
USING SOCIAL MEDIA FOR RESEARCH COMMUNICATION: SHOULD SLEEP RESEARCHERS BOTHER? : 176
SLEEPINESS AND THE BURDEN OF COMORBIDITIES IN A POPULATION SAMPLE OF MEN : 177
TARGETING SLEEP PROBLEMS AND ANXIETY IN CHILDREN WITH HIGH FUNCTIONING AUTISM : 178
SLEEP SPINDLE ACTIVITY AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN HEALTHY CHILDREN : 179
A NOVEL CONTINUOUS MULTISITE ACCELEROMETRY SYSTEM DISCRIMINATES SLEEP FROM WAKE BETTER THAN A COMMERCIAL ACTIGRAPH : 180
THE IMPACT OF THE NEW AASM 2007 SCORING CRITERION ON POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC APNOEA-HYPOPNEA INDEX IN A SLEEP CLINIC POPULATION : 181
CONCORDANCE OF SLEEP DATA BETWEEN ACTIGRAPHY, SENSEWEAR AND POLYSOMNOGRAPHY : 182
COMPARISON OF THE TWO AASM 2007 EOG ELECTRODE PLACEMENTS: IMPACT ON REM SLEEP STAGING : 183
PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF 2 RADIOMETER TRANSCUTANEOUS CO2 (TCCO2) ELECTRODES : 184
CALCULATION OF MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY IN COMMONLY DERIVED PSG STATISTICS : 185
A QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAM FOR POLYSOMNOGRAPHY : 186
A COMPOSITE MEASURE OF SLEEP FRAGMENTATION MEASURES IN CHILDREN WITH SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING : 187
COMPARISON OF THE RECORDING OF LEG MOVEMENTS DURING POLYSOMNOGRAPHY USING THE PIEZO MOVEMENT SENSOR AND ANTERIOR TIBIALIS ELECTROMYOGRAM : 188
VALIDATION OF AN AUTOMATED INSPIRATORY SNORE DETECTION AND ANALYSIS SYSTEM : 189
HEART RATE VARIABILITY CORRELATES WITH SEVERITY OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA : 190
THE STATE OF A NATION: CERTIFICATION, RECERTIFICATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR SLEEP TECHNOLOGISTS IN AUSTRALIA : 191
IDENTIFICATION OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE CANCELLATION OF SLEEP STUDY BOOKINGS : 192
MAXIMISING SLEEP EFFICIENCY FOR OVERNIGHT DIAGNOSTIC POLYSOMNOGRAPHY FOR PRE-SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN IN A TERTIARY PAEDIATRIC SLEEP CENTRE : 193
SLEEP DISTURBANCE DURING LATE PREGNANCY IN NEW ZEALAND WOMEN : 194
DAYTIME SLEEPINESS, MOOD AND ANXIETY DISORDERS IN AUSTRALIAN WOMEN : 195
DOES ACTIVITY CHANGE WITH SLEEP RESTRICTION IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT? RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ACTIVITY, SLEEPINESS AND PERFORMANCE : 196
NEUROCOGNITIVE AND LEARNING OUTCOMES IN 6-YEAR OLD NEW ZEALAND CHILDREN ASSOCIATED WITH PARENT-RATED SEVERITY OF SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING (SDB) : 197
2 YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT SNORING FROM A COMMUNITY SAMPLE : 198
THE COMMUNITY PREVALENCE OF SUPINE PREDOMINANT OSA IN MEN AGED 40 YEARS AND OVER : 199
BURDEN OF UNDIAGNOSED OSA ON HEALTHRELATED QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG MEN AGED 40 YEARS AND OVER IN THE COMMUNITY : 200
WHO SLEEPS WITH WHO? THE RESULTS OF THE ABC BIG SLEEP SURVEY : 201
SLEEP APNEA PREDICTS INCIDENT STROKE RISK: 17-YEAR FOLLOW-UP FROM THE BUSSELTON SLEEP COHORT : 202
AN EVALUATION OF THE UTILITY OF THE MULTIVARIATE APNOEA PREDICTION QUESTIONNAIRE AND THE BERLIN QUESTIONNAIRE IN PREDICTING THE PRESENCE AND SEVERITY OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA IN PATIENTS PRESENTING TO AN AUSTRALIAN SLEEP DISORDERS CLINIC : 203
EFFICACY OF AN ONLINE, SLEEP EDUCATION PROGRAM EMBEDDED INTO EXISTING CURRICULA: PILOT DATA : 205
HIGH PREVALENCE OF SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING WITH CHRONIC INTRATHECAL OPIOID THERAPY : 206