Monday, January 31, 2022
About this Event
Sleep duration, timing, and quality are especially important for young adults, who are most impacted by the adverse effects of sleep deficiency. Sleep 101 is an award-winning program for incoming college students prepared by Harvard Medical School faculty through the Sleep Matters Initiative at Brigham Health. The module explores the intersections of sleep and various areas critical for a successful college experience, namely academic performance, athletics, mental and physical health, and social relationships.
Sleep 101 is available only to first-year students. The deadline to complete Sleep 101 is January 31.
If you need reasonable accommodation to access this course, please contact: Natalie Viyaran (617-525-2617) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, a video of the course has been made available as an alternative, accessible option to the course itself, if you are unable to take the course in the portal. https://vimeo.com/635838865 (password: healthysleep2122)
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