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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 21 Mar 2023

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Paediatric attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in general practice

On-demand recorded 21 Mar 2023

Join Assoc Prof John Kramer (Chair, RACGP Specific Interests ADHD, ASD and Neurodiversity) facilitates this webinar with leading paediatrician, Assoc Prof Daryl Efron (Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne) on updates regarding treatment of paediatric ADHD in 2023.

Referencing the newly available Australian evidence-based clinical practice guideline for ADHD, they will discuss identification and co-management of paediatric ADHD in general practice.



 

Learning outcomes

  1. Identify screening, investigation, diagnosis, and management tools for treating paediatric ADHD to support patients and their families
  2. Outline resources available for patients, families and GPs whilst treating paediatric ADHD

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Host

Assoc Prof John Kramer
Chair, RACGP Specific Interests ADHD, ASD and Neurodiversity

Adjunct A/Prof John Kramer has been a GP since 1981 based in Woolgoolga with special interest in Developmental Paediatrics, Indigenous Health, Mental Health, Medical Education, Refugee Health and Palliative Care. Dr Kramer was an RACGP Representative on the ADHD Guidelines Development Group 2019-2022. He is currently the Chair of RACGP Specific Interest Group - ADHD, ASD and Neurodiversity.

Presenter

Assoc Prof Daryl Efron
Paediatrician

Assoc Prof Daryl Efron is a developmental-behavioural paediatrician at The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Senior Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, and Associate Professor in the University of Melbourne Department of Paediatrics. His research interests include ADHD, psychopharmacology, models of care for children with neurodevelopmental disorders. He was a member of the Guideline Development Group for the 2022 Australian evidence-based clinical practice guideline for ADHD.

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