One Million People Sleep Survey and Monitoring
From mid 2015, we will work with the National YaJianKang Association, a non-profit organization under the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine of P. R. China, to conduct a sleep quality survey in 100 Chinese cities. The sleep quality of 10,000 residents will be surveyed in each city, leading to a large database of one million people sleep quality survey. In addition, about 30% of those surveyed will have an ECG-based overnight sleep monitoring to provide quantitative sleep quality assessment, as well as sleep disorder (e.g., sleep apnea and insomnia) screening. The project is expected to finish by 2017. Data analysis will start in late 2015.