ADHD in Tunisia: a reality being revealed
The clinical picture of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in Tunisia reflects a classical pathway associated with this disorder worldwide, with pressures surrounding academic success, the efficacy and safety of medications, and social acceptance of children with disruptive behaviours. However, the picture is not complete without considering aspects related to Mediterranean and Arabic culture, especially regarding parenting, and challenges related to the major transitions of a developing country.
ADHD in practice 2015; 7(3): 52–55
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