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Online CME: Adult ADHD

Information on and links to eight online CME courses that focus on adult ADHD.



Expires:December 31, 2011


Seven separate courses—“Clinical Precis: Treatment of ADHD in Adults: Meeting Therapeutic Needs,” “Case Vignette: A 35-Year-Old Man with Difficulties at Work,” “Instant Replay: Understanding ADHD in Adult Patients,” “Practice Perspectives: Presentations of ADHD,” “Rapid Cycle Performance Improvement and PI CME,” “Case Vignette: 19-year-old Female with Difficulties at College,” and “Adult ADHD: Improving Outcomes through Rapid Cycle Performance Improvement”—make up this single activity, some suggested to take 15 minutes to complete and others 45 minutes. Overall, the activity explores strategies for overcoming barriers that impede primary care physicians from addressing ADHD, diagnostic tools for differentiating ADHD signs and symptoms from those of other conditions, and ways in which to meet individual patients’ treatment needs.


Today’s Patient in ADHD: A Focus on Transitional Care Across the Lifespan



Expires:June 2011


Consisting of two videos that tell the story of a 25-year-od graduate student who is concerned about student teaching on his quest to become a teacher and of a 45-year-old housewife with two children who is recently divorced and having trouble making ends meet, this activity address the symptoms of ADHD across the lifespan, the assessment and management of patients with ADHD from adolescence into adulthood, and the safety and efficacy of both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments of ADHD.


ADHD Across the Ages: Focus on the Adult


ADHD Performance Improvement


Adults with ADHD: Making Exam Room Decisions


Best Practices in Adult ADHD CME Multimedia Presentation


Differential Diagnosis of Adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Treatment Options and Comorbidity Considerations


Principles for Practice: Case Studies in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder