This book explores the different ways sleep medicine is practiced in the world by
presenting information from multiple countries from all continents. The editors, all
sleep medicine experts, dive into both clinical practice, and research keeping an
eye on healthcare needs and disparities, before proposing solutions. The
contributions also take into account the social, geographical and political
situation of each country, along with demographic considerations such as income
levels, adding a dimension of context to the contents. The book is meant to be a
reference for sleep medicine practitioners who encounter diverse patients in their
daily practice. It also serves as a good resource for anyone interested in the state
of global health studies.
Somnologists, sleep medicine practitioners, general readers.