Abstract Watch: Exploring current research for the treatment of ADHD
In this issue, we highlight an enlightening piece of qualitative research from Charach et al, in which they explore the differences in beliefs regarding treatment between adolescents and their parents. This has implications for medication compliance and highlights the importance of good psychoeducation for adolescents at the time of diagnosis. We also look at a study by Javelot et al, which investigates issues in the relatively common polypharmacy combination of methylphenidate and risperidone.
ADHD in practice 2014; 6(2): 17–17
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