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Conquer Sleep Deficit--Friday Public Affairs Discussion Group
Decide whether or not naps have value and could diminish escalating health issues & more, at this week's Public Affairs Discussion Group. Held on Fridays at the Kelvin Smith Library, these open discussions are designed to encourage scholarly interactions between the university and the public.
Friday, Oct. 28: Should the Workday Include Time for Naps? Research Concerning Sleep and Productivity. Elizabeth R. Click, ND, RN, CLE, Assistant Professor, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, CWRU.
National sleep deficit affects our lives, work performance, and ultimately our wellness. Take a closer look at why the Centers for Disease Control reports on the magnitude of sleep deficit, and how growing research might steer the U.S. towards mid-day nap values that other cultures have understood for centuries. Join us as Dr. Click leads the discussion of research & trends—you might be convinced to adopt some behavior patterns as did some of our more famous 20th century notables.
Sponsored by the Center for Policy Studies, KSL hosts the weekly event & invites you to participate, 12:30 -1:30 pm, in the 2nd floor Dampeer Room.
The Kelvin Smith Library location map also indicates an underground parking garage for visitors (fee), and nearby metered street parking, as available.
Posted by Karen Oye on October 24, 2011 07:33 PM