Dr. Carmel Harrington

Sleep Researcher

Dr. Carmel Harrington has been researching sleep for 20 years. She has written books on the topic and advises companies and educational institutions on sleep health. She is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Children's Hospital Westmead, a member of the Australasian Sleep Association and the Sleep Health Foundation.
 
2017 i4 Tales Conference Topic: Sleeping for Resilience
Many perceive resilience as an individual trait, basic to one's personality type. However research suggests differently, indicating that resilience is a process, a result of individuals interacting with their environments and the processes that promote well-being. In short, resilience is learnt and can be developed. But can resilience be lost once acquired? Join Dr. Carmel Harrington in this fascinating talk to explore the link between sleep and a resilient brain.
 
Join Carmel on June 3rd at Billy Blue College of Design,
an event produced by the About my Brain Institute.

 

Speaker’s event

i4 Tales: Creating Brain Friendly Cultures

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Location:
City and Surrounds
When:
03 Jun, 12:30 pm - 04:30 pm