Accident risk, functional impairment and treatment
In this this issue we look at Philip et al’s investigation of driving risk associated with sleepiness in ADHD patients. We also highlight a 20-year epidemiological study by Lambert et al,which somewhat surprisingly finds the length of stimulant treatment to be relatively short. A post-2010 study would be of interest, given the improvements in diagnostic methods and increasing awareness of adult ADHD. Marthe et al call for more robust research into the field of cognitive training packages and Mörstedt et al explore the oftenoverlooked emotional impairments in ADHD.
ADHD in practice 2015; 7(3): 56–56
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