Registration gives the benefit of receiving regular site update emails.
ADHD Institute Register

The Meeting of Minds series, an invitation-only meeting, is developed in collaboration with a group of global experts in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in order to organise a programme that meets the educational needs of clinicians and scientists involved in the management of ADHD.

The Meeting of Minds programme has examined emerging trends in the management and treatment of ADHD across the lifespan, and covered topics such as: the neurobiology of ADHD, diagnosis and initial assessment; ADHD treatment and optimisation of outcomes; and specific considerations for adolescents and adult ADHD.


Day 1 – Changes, challenges and complexities: ADHD across the life-course

Meeting of Minds 2017, The Hague, The Netherlands, 14–15 September

Day 1 of Meeting of Minds 2017 brought the audience exciting plenary sessions on the neurobiology of ADHD across the life-course; ADHD in girls and women; and the consequences of untreated ADHD.

 

Date of preparation: November 2017; Job code: C-ANPROM/INT//1437

Read more >



Day 2 – Changes, challenges and complexities: ADHD across the life-course

Meeting of Minds 2017, The Hague, The Netherlands, 14–15 September

Day 2 of Meeting of Minds 2017 brought the audience two parallel plenary sessions which covered the challenges and complexities of diagnosing and treating children/adolescents and adults with ADHD and psychiatric comorbid disorders; key publications in ADHD from the past year; ADHD and the impact on families; management strategies across the life-course; and sustaining optimal managent of ADHD.

 

Date of preparation: November 2017; Job code: C-ANPROM/INT//1437

Read more >



A selection of clinical seminars – Changes, challenges and complexities: ADHD across the life-course

Meeting of Minds 2017, The Hague, The Netherlands, 14–15 September

Across the 2-day meeting delegates were able to attend a range of clinical seminars which encompassed a wide range of subjects such as the new ASRS v1.2 screener, behavioural health in women, non-pharmacological and pharmacological treatment strategies, ADHD and psychiatric comorbidities in children, adolescents and adults, and strategies to help families living with ADHD. Here are some highlights.

 

Date of preparation: November 2017; Job code: C-ANPROM/INT//1437

Read more >



Diagnosis and initial assessment of ADHD

Meeting of Minds 2016, Vienna, Austria, 6–7 June

Based on presentations and discussion from:

  • Professor Philip Asherson (King’s College London, UK)
  • Professor David Coghill (Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia)
  • Dr Luis Rohde (Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Brazil)
Read more >



ADHD treatment and optimisation of outcomes

Meeting of Minds 2016, Vienna, Austria, 6–7 June

Based on presentations and discussion from:

  • Professor Philip Asherson (King’s College London, UK)
  • Professor David Coghill (Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia)
  • Professor Marina Danckaerts (University of Leuven, Belgium)
  • Dr Jeffrey Newcorn (Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY, USA)
  • Professor Susan Young (Imperial College London, UK)
Read more >



Considerations for adolescent and adult ADHD

Meeting of Minds 2016, Vienna, Austria, 6–7 June

Based on presentations and discussion from:

  • Dr Birgit Amann (Behavioral Medical Center, Troy, MI, USA)
  • Professor Philip Asherson (King’s College London, UK)
  • Professor Peter Hill (independent child and adolescent psychiatrist, London, UK)
  • Dr Larry J Klassen (Eden Mental Health Centre, Winkler, Manitoba, Canada)
  • Dr Luis Rohde (Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Brazil)
Read more >



The genetic basis of ADHD

Meeting of Minds 2016, Vienna, Austria, 6–7 June

Based on a presentation by Dr Barbara Franke (Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, the Netherlands)

Read more >



Neuroimaging and ADHD

Meeting of Minds 2016, Vienna, Austria, 6–7 June

Based on presentations and discussion from:

  • Dr Katya Rubia (King’s College London, UK)
  • Professor Joseph Sergeant (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
Read more >



ADHD: longitudinal perspectives

Meeting of Minds 2015, Stockholm, Sweden, 29–30 June

Based on presentations and discussion from:

  • Professor Scott H Kollins (Duke University, North Carolina, USA)
  • Professor Jan K Buitelaar (Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, the Netherlands)
  • Professor Henrik Larsson (Karolinska Institutet, Sweden)
  • Professor Per Hove Thomsen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Read more >



Brain development and ADHD

Meeting of Minds 2015, Stockholm, Sweden, 29–30 June

Based on presentations and discussion from:

  • Professor Kristine B Walhovd (University of Oslo, Norway)
  • Dr Kerstin Konrad (RWTH Aachen University Hospital, Germany)
  • Professor David Coghill (University of Dundee, Scotland)
Read more >



ADHD across the lifespan

Meeting of Minds 2015, Stockholm, Sweden, 29–30 June

Based on presentations and discussion from:

  • Professor J Antoni Ramos-Quiroga (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
  • Dr Larry Klassen (Eden Mental Health Centre, Canada)
  • Professor Philip Asherson (King’s College London, UK)
Read more >



Empowering patients

Meeting of Minds 2015, Stockholm, Sweden, 29–30 June

Based on a presentation by Dr Ari Tuckman (Psychologist, USA)

Read more >





Filter content by:

ADHD Institue logo

You’re now being transferred to

and are leaving the ADHD Institute site

Shire has no influence or control over the content of this third party website.

Continue Cancel