Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities

World Sleep Society is a non-profit membership society of sleep and circadian clinicians, researchers, and professionals whose mission is to advance sleep health worldwide.

With individual membership representing over 75 countries and leadership including internationally recognized researchers, the World Sleep community offers unique and exciting opportunities for partnership.

Partner with World Sleep Society

World Sleep Society partners with commercial companies on projects and programs that help to advance sleep health through public awareness or specialized education.

World Sleep Society operates five programs that are open to industry partnerships and support. In addition to project-based collaborations, World Sleep Society has also accepted unrestricted educational grants to support educational programs. All sponsorship packages are highly customizable and able to suit your organization’s budget and goals. However, World Sleep Society does not endorse or recommend any products or services.

Bronze, Silver, and Gold Sponsorship levels are available to companies based on their total annual investment in World Sleep Society programs, excluding the congress. These sponsors receive additional complimentary benefits and special recognition in World Sleep Society materials.

Download the complete sponsorship guide to learn more about each program, its audiences, and costs.

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Build a Sponsorship Package

Contact World Sleep Society at [email protected] to get started. All sponsorship packages are custom-made to suit your goals and budget.

Learn More about World Sleep Society Programs

The World Sleep congress is a biennial, in-person scientific meeting of researchers and clinicians in all areas of sleep and circadian science and medicine. The World Sleep congress is a regular destination for many opinion leaders in sleep, and over 80 countries have been represented in previous meetings.

World Sleep Day is an annual public awareness day that celebrates healthy sleep. World Sleep Society members around the world organize local and regional activities that promote the year’s theme and raise awareness of sleep health.

World Sleep Academy is an online, year-long educational program in sleep medicine. The Academy is designed for health care professionals who are not specialized sleep physicians but are otherwise invested in the sleep health of their communities: nurses, technologists, family physicians, community health workers, and others.

The International Sleep Research Training Program is a one-year mentorship program that pairs a young or mid-career researcher with an accomplished leader in sleep or circadian research. The program focuses on developing the mentee’s research and leadership skills, and it gives the mentee the opportunity to develop their own research interests under the guidance of their mentor.

Healthier Sleep is a magazine published by World Sleep Society that explores topics related to sleep health and disorders. Reviewed by an expert board of members and written for a wide public audience, Healthier Sleep is distributed online and in print.

The International Sleep Medicine Guidelines Committee selects, writers, reviews, and publishes guidelines and guideline endorsements for the prevention and treatment of sleep disorders. These guidelines are written for an international audience, intended to be applicable in the wide variety of contexts and places that help comprise World Sleep Society membership.

The International Sleep Medicine Examination assesses the knowledge of candidates in the areas of basic and clinical science; applied methods and standards in sleep science; and clinical practice. Awarded to successful candidates, the International Sleep Specialist designation offers physicians worldwide the opportunity to demonstrate advanced competence in the sleep specialty.

Sleep is a pillar of human health and wellbeing. The Global Sleep Health Task Force of World Sleep Society is advocating for a common understanding of sleep health and for a coherent means to study it worldwide. The Global Sleep Health Task Force is chaired by president of World Sleep Society, Phyllis C. Zee, MD, PhD.

Connect with World Sleep Society

Schedule a meeting with World Sleep Society to learn more about our programs and where we can partner in common interest to advance sleep health. Contact the World Sleep Society office today.