Limiting sleep disorders among police officers

November 1, 2021

In their November 2021 issue,BLUELINE, Canada's Law Enforcement Magazine's discuss sleep disorders and police organizations. Our experts have collaborated with Brittani Schroeder, Editor of BLUELINE.

"Reducing sleep disorder related problems To reduce the problems associated with sleep disorders, even for those with severe conditions and shiftwork sleep disorders, unique protocols have been created.One such protocol was developed for Cognitive Behavioural Therapyfor Insomnia (CBT-i), delivered by highly trained healthcare professionals through a virtual care platform. For Julien Heon, vice-president at HALEO Clinic"

Click here to read the full article

Suggested News

Blueline - Canada's Law enforcement Magazine - Report on the role of sleep from IACP & CACP Wellness conferences

Blueline - Canada's Law enforcement Magazine

HALEO collaborated with Blueline Magazine in this article reflecting on the impacts of poor sleep in police organizations after attending two conferences on Wellness.

Read more

HALEO Clinic will offer its services to the Police Department of the city of St-Jérôme


HALEO Clinic, a center of expertise in virtual sleep care, announces today the signing of a service agreement that will allow the Police Department of the city of St-Jérôme to provide care related to sleep disorders to the department's 200 employees.

Read more

HALEO Clinic partners with Green Shield Canada to provide employers its market-leading sleep solutions.


HALEO, North America's leading virtual sleep clinic, has launched a partnership together with Green Shield Canada (GSC), one of the country’s largest health benefits carriers and a leader in healthcare innovation. Employers can now seamlessly add HALEO as a benefit via their GSC account team.

Read more

Is poor sleep dragging
you down?

Take questionnaire