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The most up-to-date thinking on ADHD from research, diagnosis to treatment and management

19 May

Asking for help - Andrea's story (part four)

Asking for help is perhaps the hardest thing for any of us to do. When you do ask, however, you can be surprised at the amount of quality care and support...

04 May

The impacts of diagnosis - Andrea's story (part three)

Beyond receiving the right ADHD diagnosis and care, simply knowing that the problems you’ve been facing throughout your life are not your fault can also be a...

15 Apr

My better late than never diagnosis - Andrea's story (part two)

Women searching for an explanation for their symptoms often face misperceptions or professionals’ lack of understanding about women’s experiences with ADHD....

01 Apr

Seeking answers - Andrea's story (part one)

Girls are statistically far less likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than boys. It’s an important point that deserves continuous attention. –Why you may ask? We...

12 Mar

Accelerating the adoption of QbTest in the NHS

Off the back of the exciting announcement that QbTest has been selected as one of the 11 innovations to be supported by the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA),...

05 Mar

QbTest selected to join the NHS Innovation Accelerator

QbTest has been announced as one of 11 innovations selected to join the award-winning NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) in 2020.At a launch event chaired by ...

07 Feb

Surprising advantages of telepsychiatry

According to research, "around one billion people globally have a mental or substance use disorder" [1]. This highlights the pressure psychiatrists are under...

29 Jan

A day in the life of a Clinical Advisor

Our team of Clinical Advisors supports clinicians to get the best outcomes for their patients. So, what do they get up to?  We spoke to Sherri Hutchinson, who...

27 Jan

The association between ADHD and obesity: an intriguing puzzle

The name, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), often conjures up images of people who can’t sit still. Unsurprisingly, clinicians have argued that...

23 Jan

ADHD and depression - part three

In Part Three, Dr Jennie Byrne explains  about the challenges within and beyond the treatment of those with ADHD and depression.

Q. Is it more difficult to...
22 Jan

ADHD and depression - part two

Experienced psychiatrist Dr. Jennie Byrne answers common questions around ADHD and Depression. In Part Two, we discuss if an ADHD diagnosis later in life can...

18 Dec

The creative ADHD brain

The conventional belief is that freedom fuels creativity, however, there is also a less well-known theory that mind wandering (the inattentive part of ADHD)...

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