Online CME - ADHD: Managing the Continuum from Adolescence to Adulthood


This program reviews the ins and outs of managing and treating patients with ADHD as they transition from child- to adulthood.



Expires:December 27, 2010


In addition to reviewing the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD in children and adolescents, this activity also goes over related medical and psychiatric comorbidities, such as depression, substance abuse, oppositional defiant disorder, and learning disabilities. The program discusses communicating with patients and their families and how to effectively cover all risks and benefits of ADHD treatment. By discussing these topics in adult patients, the program will provide physicians with tools for transitioning patients into adult care.

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More ADHD-focused, Online CME:

  • ADHD in Adolescents and Adults: Recognizing the Signs, Optimizing Care
  • ADHD, Substance Use Disorders, and Psychostimulant Treatment: Current Literature and Treatment Guidelines
  • Getting to Goal for ADHD: Managed Care Interventions for the Continuum of ADHD Patients (Click the title to access CE Medicus, search for the title, and choose your profession to access the activity)
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