logo
Search Here...

Blog

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

01 Sep

Six must-visit websites for women with ADHD

In our previous blog on ADHD in women, we discussed how ADHD could manifest differently in women compared to men and the common signs and symptoms they...

15 Aug

Danielle Vaeth, CSP on the much-needed change for ADHD care in the United States

Despite the advances made in treatment and care over the past few decades, ADHD often remains poorly understood. It's not hard to see why. ADHD is a complex...

12 Jul

A nurse-led care approach to managing ADHD

While the demand for ADHD care continues to soar, so too is the need for more mental health care workers - which is likely to exceed the supply by 250,000 in...

22 Jul

A clinician’s view: life before and after QbTest

Michael Walsh is a Clinical Nurse Specialist for HSE South and South Wexford Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service with extensive experience working with...

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...

13 Sep

Small steps to giant leaps: promotion of active change during care pathway re-design

Navigating the development of clinical care pathways for ADHD can be a time consuming and frustrating process for clinicians - often something that’s ‘slotted’...

03 Oct

A clinician's view - ADHD assessment

This month, Qbtech is launching a series to advance awareness of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and the complexities that often occur...

25 Jan

When parent and teacher reports disagree on ADHD

The reporting of significant problems at home with minimal or no difficulties reported by teachers and vice versa is a familiar situation for clinicians and...