Sleep and how it affects our lives!


  • Kelly Dale, PhD, MSc (Distinction), BPhEd, BSc.  

    Kelly’s research has focused on nutrition, sleep and exercise interventions in the management and prevention of chronic health conditions including Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease and Obesity. More recently, her research has focused on fatigue management and wellbeing in workplaces. She has partnered with a number of organisations to conduct industry-based research to develop evidence based practices in New Zealand.  Kelly also works for the Sleep Well Clinic as their research manager, her current research interests centre around heart-rate variability, chronophysiology, sleep and light therapy. She is also interested in long-term use of wearable bio monitors to collect sleep data over much longer periods than single nights.  On a day-to-day basis, Kelly translates scientific evidence into best practice and works with a number of organisations as their fatigue management, nutrition, and wellbeing service provider.  She also conducts individual and family consults to support healthy sleep, nutrition, and exercise behaviour change.  Kelly also regularly presents at conferences, workshops, and workplace seminars. 

    About Healthy Lifestyle NZ:

    For over 10 years, Healthy Lifestyle NZ has been working with numerous workplaces in a variety of industries to improve workplace health, wellbeing and more effectively manage fatigue.  HLNZ works with every part of a business or organisation, from the executive team, to office-based staff to the front line teams. Examples of industries we have worked with include: rail, transport, dairy, agriculture, health, construction, mining, manufacturing and petroleum industries. HLNZ focuses on translating the most current scientific evidence into practical workplace health, wellbeing and fatigue management programs.

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Date: Tuesday 26 October 2021

Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm AEST

Where: Webinar via GoTo Webinars

Cost: FREE

RSVP: 11:59pm AEST Monday 25 October 2021

CPD: 1 CPD hour awarded

Tuesday, 26 October 2021
12:00 pm AEST to 1:00 pm AEST
Add to Calendar 10/26/2021 12:00PM 10/26/2021 1:00PM Australia/Brisbane Sleep and how it affects our lives! This session is designed to spend time exploring the common sleep issues that shift workers’ experience. It will also attempt to answer the questions of whether these issues differ according to gender and age? The speaker will explore the following areas:  1. Explore a health issue that can affect us all 2. To provide some simple tips to improve sleep 3. Explore healthy ageing Online