The National Sleep Foundation is dedicated to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy. Founded in 1990, the NSF is committed to advancing excellence in sleep health theory, research and practice.
As the global voice for sleep health, National Sleep Foundation’s priority goals are to ensure that:
- Sleep is used as a vital sign of health by medical professionals and the public;
- The biological sleep/wake process is common knowledge;
- Workplaces, schools, homes and transportation infrastructures are designed to be sleep-friendly;
- Sleep science is rapidly incorporated into products and services.
Sleep Health: Journal of the National Sleep Foundation
The National Sleep Foundation publishes Sleep Health, a peer-reviewed journal related to sleep in population health from the social science perspective. The Journal serves as the foremost publication for manuscripts that advance the sleep health of all members of society.
Decade and Datasets:
2010s – 2
2000s – 11