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Staff Perspective: “If I’m Not Sleeping, Nobody’s Sleeping”: An Interview with Pediatric Behavioral Sleep Expert Dr. Brandy Roane

Diana Dolan, Ph.D. CBSM

For military families, while there has been much attention paid to how military service can impact the Service member’s sleep, aspects of military service such as deployments, TDYs, PCSs, long hours, and stress on a Service member can also impact his or her children’s sleep.  That is, on top of normal pediatric sleep issues, children in military families can face additional challenges to sleeping well. 

So, I decided to increase my knowledge in this area by going straight to the source and interviewing a subject matter expert on pediatric behavioral sleep medicine, Dr. Brandy Roane, Ph.D., CBSM.

Staff Perspective: A Look at the Relationship Between Trauma Exposure and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Diana Dolan

It is well-known that the prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) has dramatically increased among active duty Service members over approximately the past decade. While greater awareness and treatment-seeking, particularly as part of a medical rating, may contribute to greater diagnoses, it does not seem likely to me that those factors alone would explain a nearly six-fold increase. Which of course leads to the question: what is contributing to the rise in OSA among Service members?

Staff Perspectives: Spotlight on CDP Podcasts

At the Center for Deployment Psychology, we’re always looking for new ways to fulfill our mission to provide training and education to behavioral health provider to ensure they’re able to offer the highest-quality care to Service members and Veterans. On our website, we use several avenues to try and facilitate this effort and today we’re going to take a look at one of those methods, specifically, podcasts.  

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