Sleepless society – The socioeconomic burden of sleep disturbances

“Being up with the lark”, “the early bird catches the worm”, or “being a night owl” – these phrases are all familiar. A work-focused and digitally connected culture produces the notion of constant availability and the pressure of maximizing time, even if this comes at the expense of our sleep.   Looking at sleep patterns, there is a trend towards shorter […]

2nd General Assembly

The 2nd General Assembly was held as a virtual meeting on 8th – 9th March 2021, with around 130 participants from all partners as well as external members of the Scientific Advisory Board and the Patient Specialist Advisory Board. Progress on all work packages was presented and discussed, with particular focus on the current Feasibility Study, lessons learned […]