2017 APSARD Annual Meeting
January 13-15, 2017 • The Mayflower Hotel, Washington D.C.
From Science to Clinical Practice: ADHD Across the Lifespan
Ongoing clinical and scientific advances have transformed the field of ADHD. Substantial knowledge has been gained on the neurobiology, heritability, environmental, persistence, comorbidity, psychotherapeutic and pharmacological treatment of ADHD in children, adolescents and adults. This CME-accredited course will feature nationally and internationally renowned ADHD faculty who will educate participants on recent research findings relevant to clinical practice with a focus on improving the quality of care for all patients with ADHD & related disorders.
Course Description: ADHD is a common disorder of childhood that is typically characterized by symptoms of inattentiveness, impulsivity and hyperactivity, as well as other psychological, social, and emotional difficulties. ADHD is associated with substantial functional and quality of life impairments. This includes impaired academic, social and work performance, as well as emotional distress for family members and caregivers.
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