MONTVALE, N.J., April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Insomnia is the most common sleep pathology in adults. Despite affecting millions of adults, insomnia is underdiagnosed and many people do not receive adequate treatment.
To meet the needs of health care providers, The Journal of Family Practice Special Edition: Current Clinical Practice has published the supplement Understanding insomnia: Diagnosis and management of a common sleep disorder. This resource helps clinicians identify risk factors for insomnia, describe the correlation between insomnia and psychiatric disorders, and evaluate current and emerging treatments for acute and chronic insomnia.
The supplement was published in October 2007. This important publication is available online at http://www.jfponline.com/ccp_article.asp?aid=5773.
The Journal of Family Practice Special Edition: Current Clinical Practice, a peer-reviewed journal distributed to 96,000 primary care physicians, collaborated with The Chatham Institute, a medical education company and CME provider, to develop this journal supplement. This supplement was supported by an educational grant from sanofi-aventis U.S., LLC.
Nurse practitioners and physician assistants can find this valuable publication at http://www.apctoday.com, an online resource for advanced practice clinicians.
The Journal of Family Practice and Current Clinical Practice are published by Dowden Health Media, a Division of Lebhar-Friedman, Inc. APCTODAY is copyrighted by Dowden Health Media, a Division of Lebhar-Friedman, Inc. Dowden Health Media is a full-service healthcare communications company that specializes in high-quality communication with physicians, advanced practice clinicians, and consumers. Its highly respected, peer-reviewed journals reach more than 300,000 physicians and clinicians in surgery, psychiatry, family practice, internal medicine and obstetrics/gynecology.
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