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The Meeting of Minds XII programme examined ADHD and comorbid mental health conditions across the lifespan, and covered topics such as: the ADHD brain; psychopharmacology of ADHD medications; behavioural addictions and comorbid substance-use disorder; ADHD in females and older adults; and the international consensus statement on ADHD. A variety of on-demand clinical hot topics were also available to attendees, covering the following themes: basic science; ADHD and comorbidity; optimal management of ADHD; and ADHD in a ‘digital world’.


Week 1 ‒ ADHD and comorbid mental health conditions across the lifespan

Meeting of Minds 2020, Virtual Congress, 27 October – 23 November 2020

Week 1 of Meeting of Minds 2020 brought attendees interesting plenary sessions on ADHD as a dimensional disorder and the neurochemical pathways in the ADHD brain. Four clinical hot topics were also presented, which discussed: the behavioural and brain states in ADHD; the neurobiological consequences of abuse and neglect; how genetics can inform clinical practice in ADHD; and ADHD as a risk factor for COVID-19 infection.

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Week 2 ‒ ADHD and comorbid mental health conditions across the lifespan

Meeting of Minds 2020, Virtual Congress, 27 October – 23 November 2020

Week 2 of Meeting of Minds 2020 brought attendees a stimulating plenary session on the psychopharmacology of ADHD medications and an ‘ask the experts’ discussion forum. Five clinical hot topics were also available, including: headlines from new publications in ADHD; psychological interventions across the lifespan; a deeper dive into the clinical psychopharmacology of ADHD medications; optimisation of pharmacological treatments for ADHD; and misuse of stimulants in clinical practice.

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Week 3 ‒ ADHD and comorbid mental health conditions across the lifespan

Meeting of Minds 2020, Virtual Congress, 27 October – 23 November 2020

Week 3 of Meeting of Minds 2020 brought attendees an engaging plenary session on behavioural addictions and comorbid substance-use disorder, in addition to an ‘ask the experts’ discussion forum. Six clinical hot topics were also available examining ADHD and autism spectrum disorders, personality disorders, substance-use disorders, bipolar disorders, mood disorders and medical comorbidities.

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Week 4 ‒ ADHD and comorbid mental health conditions across the lifespan

Meeting of Minds 2020, Virtual Congress, 27 October – 23 November 2020

Week 4 of Meeting of Minds 2020 brought attendees thought-provoking sessions on females with ADHD and ADHD in older adults. Five clinical hot topics were also presented, including: the challenges and issues of growing up with ADHD; helping university and college students with ADHD; the impact of lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic on young people’s mental health; a woman’s journey with ADHD; and how to host successful virtual consultations in ADHD clinical practice.

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Day 1 ‒ Advancing the management of ADHD across the lifespan

Meeting of Minds 2019, Munich, Germany, 5‒6 November 2019

Day 1 of Meeting of Minds 2019 brought delegates interesting plenary sessions on the genetics and heritability of ADHD, entrepreneurship and ADHD, and ADHD and psychiatric comorbidities.

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Day 2 ‒ Advancing the management of ADHD across the lifespan

Meeting of Minds 2019, Munich, Germany, 5‒6 November 2019

Day 2 of Meeting of Minds 2019 brought three insightful plenary sessions on ADHD in girls and women, recent headlines in ADHD and management optimisation of ADHD. A semi-plenary session for complex cases of ADHD regarding either children and adolescents or adults was also available for delegates.

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A selection of clinical seminars – advancing the management of ADHD across the lifespan

Meeting of Minds 2019, Munich, Germany, 5‒6 November 2019

Delegates had the opportunity to attend a variety of interesting clinical seminars across a range of topics during the 11th Meeting of Minds.

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