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Better Sleep, Better Health

December 3 - 1:30PM - 2:30PM
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Details

This event is Central Standard Time (CST).

This program is free to attend, but registration is required. By registering, you’ll receive the event link and an email reminder to join the program. You will not need to download software to participate.


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About the talk

UW research can help you understand the mysteries of the mind and body.

Science is growing increasingly conscious of the value of what happens to people while they’re unconscious. Sleep is strong medicine — it enhances health, improves quality of life, and extends longevity. During this talk, you’ll gain insight into what happens to people’s brains and bodies while they’re in the land of nod. You’ll also learn the relationship between sleep and health, and strategies for optimizing time spent sawing logs.

Snooze, but don’t lose. This event is free, but registration is required.

The speaker

Steven Barczi, professor, UW–Madison Department of Medicine; attending physician, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital

About the speaker

Steven Barczi is a nationally recognized medical educator. At the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, he is clinical director of the Division of Geriatrics, director of the Geriatrics Patient Aligned Care Team, and director of the Sleep Telemedicine Program. He also codirects the Advanced Academic Fellowship in Geriatrics and serves as director for the Connect-Geriatric Telemedicine Program at the Madison VA Geriatrics Research Education and Clinical Center. He has earned national awards of excellence in his field and leads clinical programs in geriatrics at UW Hospital and the Madison VA hospital.

Questions? Email Stephanie Wallace ’05 at stephanie.wallace@supportuw.org or call 608-308-5528.


This program is brought to you by The Wisconsin Alumni Association (WAA) and Capitol Lakes.

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