•   To conduct educational activities relative to the field of polysomnography;
•   To promote the highest level of clinical standards for patient care and safety;
•   To advocate for both patients and the profession;
•   To provide a means by which those in the field of Sleep Medicine may communicate.

About Us

The Kansas Association of Sleep Professionals (KASP) is a non-profit organization established to bring together Kansas sleep professionals and forward our common interest in the field of Sleep Medicine.

Established in 2003 our mission is to promote and improve education standards of practice and communication between fellow sleep professionals and to be an advocate for our patients and professionals.

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KASP 2018

November 2-3
Kansas City 
To get your KASP 2017 CECs and CMEs, please go to:
KU Area Health Education Center  This must be done by 1700 on Friday, November 10, 2017. 
Thank you for coming to KASP 2017.  We hope that you enjoyed yourself, learned a lot, laughed a lot, and will make plans to be at KASP 2018.
Thank you to all of our speakers who took time out of their busy schedules to share their knowledge with us and help the sleep professionals in the region recharge and improve our abilities to help our patients.
For those of you who would like to learn more about Paul Glovinsky's expertise in treating insomnia, you can buy his books at Amazon


At KASP 2017 Dr Michael Zachek reference a webinar put on by Sleep Review about making HSATs work for you and for your sleep center.  I thought it was great:

How to Think Outside the Sleep Lab and Reach More People with Home Sleep Testing 


KASP 2017 will be on November 3-4, at the DoubleTree Hotel in Overland Park, KS.
Register at:   www.kumc.edu/AHECcalendar
Registration before October 20th  is $125  
Rooms at the DoubleTree are $117 (+ tax)


KASP 2017 Brochure

William Leeds, DO, DABSM (1955 - 2017)

One of the founding members of KASP. This association began as a way to unite best practices. He worked tirelessly to promote sleep health and improve the lives of Kansans. Dr. Leeds was to many a great friend and dedicated physician.



  •  We Want to celebrate Jeanie King. She was a founding member of KASP, a CRT, RPSGT.  She served as Vice president, and volunteered for several committees. She will be missed.  If you have any memories please email Kansassleep@gmail.com as this will help further her memory.



KASP 2017