CADDRA Expert Series 2023
This 6 hour accredited program is available either as independent sessions or as a six session package. All presentations were recorded at CADDRA’s ADHD Research Day and Conference held in St. John’s, Newfoundland in October 2022. Participants will have ongoing access to the course materials once purchased. Completion of a reflective exercise and discussion forum participation is necesary for receipt of a certificate of accreditation.
The complete CADDRA Expert Series 2023 is discounted to $100 for CADDRA Members and is available for $200 for non-members. Individual sessions are $25 each for members and $50 each for non-members.
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After completing this program, participants should be better able to:
- Describe and recognize symptoms of ADHD in girls and women throughout the lifecycle.
- Recognize evidence-based treatment models for ADHD in adolescence.
- Describe and recognise ADHD symptoms as distinct from those of commonly overlapping disorders such as sleep problems, depression, anxiety, ASD and borderline personality disorder.
- Recognize the evidence on the efficacy and tolerability of non-pharmacological interventions for ADHD
- Recognize the evidence on the efficacy and tolerability of ADHD medications based on randomized trials.
- Apply steps to clinical practice that promote effective monitoring of ADHD over time and remission of symptoms in patients.
This course is targeted at healthcare and research professionals, residents and trainees interested in learning how more about ADHD.
The CADDRA Expert Series 2023 is available for purchase to both CADDRA members and non-members.
CADDRA – Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance has been approved by the College of Family Physicians, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the Canadian Psychological Association to offer 6 continuing education credits for this program (1 credit per session). CADDRA maintains responsibility for the program. Participation in a discussion forum and completion of a reflective exercise are required for certification.
This program is fully funded by CADDRA – Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance and has not received any external financial or in-kind support.
The development and planning of this learning activity was completed by an independent scientific planning committee. Content of this learning program is based on quality scientific evidence.