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Center for Innovation in Sleep Self-Management (CISSM)

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Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics Univeristy of Washington, School of Nursing Seattle, WA 98195 United States
9082 Northeast Pacific Street Seattle Washington 98195 US
(206) 616-0655(206) 616-0655

The mission of the Center for Innovations in Sleep Self-Management (CISSM) is to advance nursing and interdisciplinary science through the development, testing, and implementation of self-management interventions that use technology to assist adults and children with chronic illnesses to sleep better and improve health. The CISSM provides research resources to assist new and early career stage investigators to develop expertise in designing, testing, and disseminating self-management interventions that integrate technology to improve sleep those with chronic illnesses.

Listing of Core Services:

  • Biobehavioral laboratories (assays, processing & storage of assays)
  • Sleep data repository (actigraphy & polysomnography scoring, fitbit analysis)
  • Heart rate variability repository
  • PROMIS instrument (common data elements) repository
  • Patient Centered Technology repository (smart home sensors)
  • Sleep Research Laboratory to conduct overnight sleep studies
  • Pain sensitivity testing
  • Consultation for integration of objective and subjective sleep and sleep-related daytime impairment
Center Director(s)
Teresa Ward (PI), Mami Levy (Center Manager)
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