Summary: Just in time for the return to school, Jesse Cook (Host) sits down with Dr Lisa Meltzer to discuss two vital papers at the intersect of sleep, school start times, and education modality among pediatrics, adolescents, and teenagers.
(00:00) - Introduction
(00:50) - Topic Orientation
(03:45) - An introduction to Dr Lisa Meltzer and the two featured papers.
(6:00) - Beginning of Guest Interview
(7:00) - Lisa’s journey into sleep research
(12:18) - Key word association!
(13:33) - 10,000 foot view of paper 1: Changing school start times: impact on sleep in primary and secondary school students
(22:38) - Key findings of paper 1
(26:50) - 10,000 foot view of paper 2: COVID-19 instructional approaches (in-person, online, hybrid), school start times, and sleep in over 5,000 U.S. adolescents
(40:09) - A deeper dive into the contributing factors of findings and potential interventions
(44:00) - The barriers to change and the importance of community engagement
(1:05:00) - Future directions into paediatric and school start time research
(1:08:00) - Thank you and acknowledgements
(1:11:55) - Outro
Links of interest to this episode:
Link to paper: Changing school start times: impact on sleep in primary and secondary school students
Link to paper: COVID-19 instructional approaches (in-person, online, hybrid), school start times, and sleep in over 5,000 U.S. adolescents
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