ADHD is a prevalent neurodevelopmental disorder associated with persistent impairments in family, educational, and social functioning and increased health risk behavior. Although widely recognized, diagnostic and treatment practices vary widely, despite an abundance of treatments and considerable research. There are considerable gaps in training of both PCP’s and subspecialists who see children and adolescents, and numerous service delivery problems that contribute to fractionated care and under treatment.
Looking Back Into the Future of Child Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
To appreciate how identification and elimination of waste may lead to expanded access to health care. Participants will be able to assess the adequacy of the current mental health service system,...
Disorders of Self-Regulation in Children: From Genes to Brain to Treatment
The Research Domain Criteria (RDoc) and the new version of the DSM recognize the importance of irritability and related emotions and behaviors. There is little empirical evidence on...
Early Behavioral and Neural Predictors of Language in Infants at Risk for ASD
What is the early life course for infants at risk for ASD with special reference to the foundations for language? What is language and language in autism? Studying infants at risk for ASD and early...
Early Detection and Intervention of Psychotic Disorders in Youth and Young Adults
Current practice identifies psychosis too late to undertake indicated prevention of the first episode.
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