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Do this course to sleep at night yourself.
Secure in the knowledge that you’ve helped someone else to.
It’s evidence-based and in line with current NICE Guidelines.
Oh, and it’s free.
Our user-friendly online platform is really easy to navigate and offers course certification.
For each course you’ll have access to the information modules in the form of videos and a set of multiple choice questions. The course is estimated to take ~ 3 hours and you can dive in and out as you like.
There’s a final exam at the end with an 80% pass mark.
Your tutor, is Adrian Zacher, the main author of this site: Snorer.com
He’s also CEO of the British Society of Pharmacy Sleep Services.
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The sleep clinic
The ENT surgeon
The oro-maxillo facial surgeon
What they each have to offer (to help you decide which patients are most appropriate for each pathway)
and what you might consider when speaking with a snorer or their partner.
Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) exist along a continuum from ‘benign’ snoring with no sleep fragmentation, through to OSA with severe daytime symptoms and the physiological consequences of recurrent oxygen deprivation.
So, now imagine you’re speaking with an adult snorer or perhaps their partner.
You ideally want to have a consultation with the snorer AND partner together, because you need to include a sleep apnoea symptom assessment and both their lives are impacted.
A sleep apnoea symptom assessment is essentially how you separate the drowsy individuals
(and those with relevant co-morbidities – we’ll get to that)
from the desperate non-drowsy, non-obese and otherwise benign snorers.
Snoring may be a symptom of OSA, as such OSA is often undiagnosed or symptomatically
Over the last twenty years, our knowledge of both snoring and OSA has dramatically
As a result, there has been an extraordinary rise in the number of GP referrals for these
As a pharmacist you can help address this.
▶ Remember, you can contact Adrian directly by email: email@example.com and set up a time to talk 1-2-1.
We really hope you enjoy the course and become as motivated to help people as we are!
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There are 3 chapters and each chapter contains several short (typically 3 minute) lessons.
It should take about 3 hours to complete the whole course.
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We hope you love it!