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Dr. Hans-Günter Weeß
Psychologist Dr. Hans-Günter Weeß has
ample experience in clinical and scientific sleep medicine and has authored a
series of scientific publications. He trains and develops sleep medicine
specialists and teaches at diverse universities. He sits on the board of Deutsche
Gesellschaft für Schlafforschung und Schlafmedizin (DGSM) and is the chair of Rheinland-Pfälzische
Gesellschaft für Schlafmedizin und Schlafforschung (RheiGSM).
Dr. Weeß represents DGSM in the redesign
of the AWMF guidelines for shift work of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Arbeits- und
Umweltmedizin (DGAUM) and is the author of the AWMF guidelines on insomnia. Also,
he is a member of the scientific panel of the journals Somnologie, Schlaf and Das
Schlafmagazin and of the expert panel of the Federal Highway Research
Institute for the chapter on daytime sleepiness, where he is responsible for
the assessment guidelines for driving ability. Dr. Weeß is a consultant for the
campaign for sensitisation for microsleep of Deutscher Verkehrssicherheitsrat.
Dr. Weeß has made it his mission to
divulge his knowledge about sleep and sleep disorders. In this endeavour, he
focuses on improving the
quality of treatment for patients suffering from sleep disorders in
the German healthcare system.
In 2014, Das Schlafmagazin awarded
Dr. Weeß with a Somnus to
honour his special merits in sleep medicine. Dr. Weeß has authored
several technical books and publishes his own scientific studies in trade
journals. Stiftung Gesundheit describes his latest book Die schlaflose Gesellschaft – Wege zu erholsamen Schlaf und mehr
Leistungsvermögen as “an excellent book on sleep that provides all readers
with intellectually high-quality and, at the same time gripping, insights”. In
its book review, Pharmazeutische Zeitung wrote: “A substantiated book, easy to
understand and humorous – a wake-up call in view of the issues of a society
with a chronic lack of sleep”. Dr. Weeß’ new book `Schlaf wirkt Wunder, will be released by Droemer Knaur in autumn.
Panel discussion about "Sleep is more than just a bed"
Don't oversleep: "Sleeping in the digital change"