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Having trouble sleeping? Would you like to sleep better?

29 September 2015

The Oxford Access for Students Improving Sleep (OASIS) study, conducted in collaboration with UCL, offers an effective state of the art sleep improvement programme to all students who take part.

Having trouble sleeping? Would you like to sleep better?   

The study involves a 6 week online course and participants will be asked to keep a sleep diary.  In addition, participants will be required to complete online assessments.  There are no face to face appointments.  

Researchers are keen to discover if improving students' sleep also improves their emotional wellbeing.

To find out if you're eligible to take part, please register your interest on the OASIS study website and you will receive a link to a short sleep test (2 minutes).

The OASIS study is run by Oxford University's world-leading Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute. The UCL lead for the study is John Cape.

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Catherine McAteer, UCL Student Psychological Services