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Dr Kewley Speaking about the Management Options for ADHD. 22nd April 2014.

The Psychopharmacology of ADHD. Professor David Nutt, Imperial College, London. Understanding Adult ADHD Workshop, Bristol, 21st September 2012.

The Epidemiology Course and Outcome of ADHD in adults. Professor Philip Asherson, Institute of Psychiatry, London.  Undderstanding Adult ADHD Workshop, Bristol 21st September 2012.

Epigenetics: Mechanisms and implications for studying the interplay between genes and the environment, Frances Champagne, Ph.D. 28 March 2011.

From Impulsivity to Compulsivity: Neural and Neurochemical Basis Monday, February 01, 2010 Trevor Robbins, Ph.D., University of Cambridge

If you have ever wondered what it’s like to have ADHD, take a quick look at this video, it may help (we tried to embed the video into this page but got a notice that said the following “This video contains content from EMI.  It is restricted from playback on certain sites.  Watch on YouTube”  so the following link will take you to the video on YouTube):

Okay we know this next video is an advert for Apple, but the words could apply to us too:

Dr Russell Barkley: ADHD: Life Course Outcomes and Treatment Implications (long but worth watching)

This is the follow-up video in which Dr Russell Barkley covers the Sluggish Cognitive Tempo subtype/disorder, and other fascinating aspects of ADHD:

Adult ADHD UK This Morning Allie Powell 24/7/08

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Review date: 15/04/2011; Next review date: 15/04/2012

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