ECHO-Chicago: Pediatric ADHD-Fall 2020
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Identify patients who meet the criteria and diagnosis for ADHD;
- Distinguish between patients with ADHD and those with a differential psychiatric diagnosis;
- Cite other psychiatric diagnoses that are commonly co-morbid with ADHD;
- Describe how to use the ADHD Toolkit for medication references, screening tools, and patient and family resources;
- Define common medical and behavioral therapies in ADHD;
- Locate information about family, public, and school support resources that can be provided to patients and their families;
- Discuss how to diagnose and treat of ADHD in preschool children;
- Outline screening, diagnoses, and treatment strategies for ADHD specific to the primary care setting.
Agenda subject to change.
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Departments of Pediatrics & Behavioral Sciences
Rush University Medical Center
Professor of Pediatrics
Chief, Section of Academic Pediatrics
Interim Chief, Section of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Vice Chair, Clinical Services
University of Chicago
Head, Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Rush University Medical Center
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