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Sleep and managing your body clock

Event date 16 Jun 2022
Date: 16 Jun 2022
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Duration: 1 hour
Overview

In this brand new webinar, hosted by Sleep Scientist Dr Sophie Bostock, you will learn and discuss coping strategies on improving your sleep when working on shifts, balancing the demands of work and your family and how to adjust your body clock.

What does it cost?
There is no cost.
Who's it for?
Anyone working in UK policing.
How will the session be run?
Webinar via Microsoft Teams
What if I miss it?
The recording will be added to our Better Sleep webinars, to access these you must create an account on this website.

How can I work in harmony with my body clocks? Coping strategies for shift work and social jet lag.

The demands of policing often mean long and irregular working hours. In this session, we discuss the science of how shifting schedules can impact on food choices, mood, immune function and cognitive performance. 

As part of National Response Week, we are inviting you to join us for this webinar and giving you the opportunity to shape the content to help you get better sleep.

We’ll use case studies to share ideas for how shift workers can balance the demands of work and family, as well as tools and techniques to help with sleeping during the day, and staying awake at night. 

Help tailor the session

If you’d like to have your shift work or scheduling challenge discussed during the webinar we’d love to hear from you, please describe your issue using the button below.

Submit your question

There will also be an opportunity for Q&A with Sophie and Chief Inspector Dr Yvonne Taylor, our national fatigue and sleep lead.  

 

Date: 16 Jun 2022
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Duration: 1 hour