Expert insight articles are a series of scientific and educational commentaries written by European experts on key topics in the field of ADHD.
Expert insight articles
Patient-centred management: every patient is different with unique needs – a Spanish perspective. Part 2: Treatment plans for children and adolescents
After a diagnosis of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been reached, an individualised, evidence-based, problem-solving-focused, three-part treatment plan is developed.
Patient-centred management: every patient is different with unique needs – a Spanish perspective. Part 1: Evaluation
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic neurodevelopmental disorder, which often starts early in childhood.
ADHD services in paediatric neurodisability in Sheffield, UK
Services for the assessment and treatment of ADHD in children and young people have developed in a piecemeal fashion across the UK.
Challenges of managing patients with comorbid disorders
ADHD is a clinically heterogeneous disorder. Both clinical and epidemiological studies show substantially elevated rates of comorbid psychiatric disorders in children, adolescents and adults with ADHD.
How do current guidelines measure up in managing ADHD?
ADHD describes a well-recognised but heterogeneous group of neurobiological disorders: each affected patient presents with a unique set of symptoms, triggered by specific settings.