Robyn Woidtke MSN-Ed, RN, RPSGT, CCSH, FAAST
Robyn became enamored by the field of sleep in 1985. Her entry into the sleep medicine world came through working as a sleep technologist in the neonatal field; she then worked in a number of sleep clinic administration roles. Conducting SIDS research at Stanford was a turning point for working in the medical (sleep) device industry conducting clinical research and contributing to marketing teams to develop educational programs and patient-centered materials. She holds an MSN-Ed from Walden and a BSHS in Clinical Research Administration from The George Washington University.
She has authored numerous publications and lectured on a variety of sleep-related topics. Currently, a consultant to the sleep industry and is also the principal at Sleep for Nurses, a sleep-focused educational endeavor specifically developed for practicing nurses