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1   Link   ADHD NICE Guidelines
NICE is an independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance on promoting good health and preventing and treating ill health. NICE helps health professionals implement our guidance by providing tools such as cost templates, audit criteria and slide sets.
Full guidance to download: 664 pages; short guidance: 59 pages.
2   Link   ADDA Adult AD/HD organization USA
3   Link   AD/HD Global Network
4   Link   Latinamerican League for the study of ADHD
5   Link   D.R.U.K. of A.D.H.D.
An initiative of OBC Espero with the support of the King Baudouin Foundation in Belgium: all information is available in Dutch, French, Arab and Turkish.
6   Link   Petition of AADD-UK in UK for Adults with ADHD
Deadline for the petition is 6 December 2009
7   Link   Can you repeat? Song by Marko Ferek
8   Link   ADHD-Europe on Hyves
9   Link   ADHD-café lotgenotencontact
Meeting adults with ADHD, an interesting way of sharing support and help.
10   Link   Updates in ADHD - Current Concepts and Future Developments
This series of 15 short articles provide brief overviews of important topics on the diagnosis, management, and treatment of patients with ADHD. These articles will provide the practicing clinician current information relevant to the treatment of their patients with ADHD.

Elsevier CME (Continuing Medical Education)
APSARD (American Professional Society of ADHD and related disorders)
11   Link   Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and Addiction
12   Link   The Role of Histamine Degradation Gene Polymorphisms in Moderating the Effects of Food Additives on Children's ADHD Symptoms
published in the American Journal of Psychiatry 2010 Jun 15; the abstract here is an article of PubMed.
13   Link   National Institute on Mental Health: Topic ADHD
14   Link   ADDitude, living well with ADD and learning disabilities
15   Link   Wat is die jongen druk?
in Dutch with educational films about adult ADHD (PsyQ)
16   Link   Medikamente bei ADHS im Erwachsenenalter
Deutsches Institut für Medizinische Dokumentation und Information (DIMDI): Health Technologyh Assessment (HTA)-article about medication as treatment for adults with ADH: short report and full text available in German
17   Link   Outside the box: especially for teachers
18   Link   Outside the box: especially for parents
19   Link   ADD/ADHD in School: a resource for teachers
with 500 classroom interventions (5-12/12-18 years)
20   Link   DIVA - Diagnostic Interview for ADHD in Adults (2010)
The DIVA was first developed in Dutch by J.J.S. Kooij, MD PhD, psychiatrist, and M.H. Francken, MSc, psychologist in 2007. All DIVA 's can be downloaded for free at: All DIVA's will be incorporated in the DIVA 2.0 App. All DIVA's will be updated according to the new DSM-5 criteria for ADHD with help and input from the DIVA Foundation members.
N.B. The DIVA 2.0 is not meant for selfreport by patients but for diagnostic assessment by a professional.
21   Link   Sleep Disorders and ADHD
22   Link   Scientific Online Programme: 21 Guided Poster Tours
3rd International Congress on ADHD - From childhood to adult disease: Berlin, 26-29/05/2011 - Posters of more than 200 topics available
23   Link   Reach beyond ADD
with information on the book 'ADHD Succes - the diary method' by Kerin Bellak-Adams
24   Link   Loretta Giorcelli about school and ADHD (Sept 2012 - ADHD Foreningen- DK)
Supporting students with ADHD in inclusive classrooms; Parental involvement in schools
25   Link   Expert White Paper on ADHD (April 2013)
ADHD: making the invisible visible
An Expert White Paper on attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): policy solutions to address the societal impact, costs and long-term outcomes, in support of affected individuals

S Young, M Fitzgerald, MJ Postma

This project was initiated, facilitated and funded by Shire AG, and supported by the European Brain Council (EBC) and GAMIAN-Europe (Global Alliance of Mental Illness Advocacy Networks)
26   Link   DSM-5 (2013)
On this page you will find links to articles in Psychiatric News, fact sheets, and videos that explain the new organization and features of the DSM-5 and the diagnostic differences between DSM-IV-TR and DSM-5.
27   Link   ADHDFund
ADHDFund is an online crowdfund for patient oriented, and patient driven research on ADHD

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