Complementary and Integrative Medicine for ADHD: Navigating a Confusing Evidence Base - Klavano Holistic Care Lecture
Objectives and Disclosures
Participants will be able to:
- Assess rationale for considering complementary/integrative approaches in ADHD.
- Outline a schema for evaluating treatments with little or heterogenous data.
- Analyze evidence base for several common CIM treatments used in ADHD.
Planners disclose they have no relevant financial relationships. Speaker discloses: Intends to reference the off-label use of CIM interventions. All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated.
Douglas Russell, MD
Assistant Professor, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, UW; Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Seattle Children’s
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