“Doctor, I think I have ADHD”

Mental healthcare

Course information

Upcoming Date: TBC
Upcoming Time: TBC
Length: 2.5 hours
Cost: £119.00

About the course

Doctor I think I have ADHD

This Masterclass Digital session is aimed at general practitioners who want to respond effectively to patients presenting with symptoms of inattention and/or hyperactivity/impulsivity, by providing a brief, focused evaluation of their main concerns. By the end of the course, participants will feel confident about discussing pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options with their patients, providing appropriate referrals to specialist services, and taking over the ongoing prescribing of recommended medication for patients with an established/confirmed diagnosis. Participants will be invited to bring discussion points and cases to be addressed by the expert facilitators.


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Learning Objectives

What you will learn from taking this course:

  • Respond to adult patients presenting with symptoms of inattention and/or hyperactivity and impulsivity
  • Make a brief evaluation of the severity and nature of their symptoms
  • Refer/signpost appropriately
  • Discuss available options of pharmacological and non-pharmacological management of ADHD
  • Discuss different pathways regarding titration and on-going prescribing of ADHD medication, including stimulants
  • Address specific concerns about the prescribing of stimulant medication (i.e monitoring of physical parameters, common side effects and contra-indications)

Course Information

Target audience

Assistant psychologist, Clinical psychologist, GP, GPVTS, RMN

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