ISSR leads the development of a Priority Research Agenda for Sleep in Society

Sleep is an important health and social issue. It strongly predicts a number of life-long development outcomes (including new learning and mental health), work-related outcomes (including stress, absenteeism, occupational safety, and performance) and many important social outcomes (including loneliness and isolation, social support and engagement, family and interpersonal relationships). Read more here Download report here (PDF, 5.6 MB)