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Physicians who specialize in Sleep Medicine are trained to
detect, treat, and prevent sleep disorders, such as obstructive
sleep apnea, snoring, insomnia, sleep walking, and jet lag. Sleep
Medicine was recognized as a medical subspecialty by the ACGME in
According to the ABIM, Sleep Medicine specialists should be
trained to interpret results of polysomnography, maintenance of
wakefulness testing, multiple sleep latency testing, actigraphy,
and portable monitoring related to sleep disorders.
The ACGME began accrediting Sleep Medicine fellowship training
programs in 2005, and involves one year of additional clinical
training after completion of the internal medicine residency.
Sleep Medicine's board certification exam is administered every
two years by the following institutions: American Board of Family
Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of
Otolaryngology, American Board of Pediatrics, and the American
Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. The first certification exam was
held in the fall of 2007.
For the 2014-2015 academic year, there were 83 Accreditation
Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited training
programs with 162 trainees.
For additional information regarding the training and
certification required for Sleep Medicine, please visit www.abim.org/certification/policies/imss/sleep.aspx.
June 2015 Issue of IMpact