Würzburg, Vienna, Berlin, Milan, Glasgow, and now # 6 in Vancouver.
The 6th World Congress on ADHD will take place for the first time outside of Europe, they chose Canada, here in my home city of Vancouver.
It will be on April 20–23 2017 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
It is a massive conference with presenters from all over the world. There will be very many sessions on an extremely wide variety of topics on ADHD in adults, children, and teens.
For example just scrolling through one of the four days, Friday, on my 20” monitor took scrolling down 29, count them, 29 screens scrolls.
I hope some speakers will address the problem of our BC government massively neglecting ADHD in adults and children when they conveniently during our provincial election.
The BC Liberals shut down the only adult ADHD clinic in 2007 after a year-long wait list.
BCNDP MLA’s have consistently refused to call for it to be reopened. Unlike them, the past leader and other candidates of the BC Conservative Party called for it to be reopened. The past leader of the BC Greens and others called on it to be opened, including their current leader Andrew Weaver.
In 2016 a private donor funded a small Adult ADHD clinic at Lion’s Gate with only 1 part time staff member vs the 5 full time they had.
I’ve called for establishing Public adult and children’s ADHD clinics in each of the 7 health regions of BC, what do you think?
Justin Trudeau promised me Sept 10th 2015 he’d screen prisoners in Federal jails for ADHD. Now Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan promised to.
In the previous election, many other Liberals promised too. Zero action taken. Maybe some speaker might mention this?
World Congress On ADHD Major Topics/Issues
New advances in ADHD neurobiology
Cochrane systematic reviews on the efficacy and safety of amphetamine, atomoxetine and methylphenidate in the treatment of children and adolescents with ADHD
Meta-analysis on the efficacy, safety and variability in the pharmacotherapy for adults with ADHD
Recent longitudinal studies of childhood ADHD
Health-related quality of life of patients with ADHD
Debate on whether adult ADHD is a childhood-onset neurodevelopmental disorder
ADHD and suicidality in patients with ADHD
New advances in the treatment of ADHD
World Congress on ADHD Programme by Format
Late Breaking News
Guided Poster Tours
Research Consortia Sessions
Industry Supported Symposia
Hot Topic Symposium
Opening Lecture Meet the Experts
Young Scientist Sessions
Tell other people who might be interested. Tell your doctor/psychiatrist/psychologist, teacher or local blogger, reporter and politicians too.
There is also the 2017 World Congress ADHD Family Day
> How the Understanding of ADHD has changed
> ADHD in the Classroom
> Oppositional Defiant Disorder, a new perspective
> ADHD and Coexisting Disorders
> A Punishment- Free Alternative to Dealing with Challenging Kids
> ADHD in Adults, early and late onset, sleep and health
> Understanding Medication Treatment
Dr. Thomas Brown Director Brown Clinic for Attention & Related Disorders, Hamden, CT, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Dr. Sandra Kooij Psychiatrist at PsyQ, psycho-medical programs, Expertise Center Adult ADHD, The Hague, The Netherlands
Dr. Penny Corkum is a Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Psychiatry & Pediatrics, Dalhousie University Halifax, Nova Scotia
Dr. Don Duncan is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in Kelowna, BC where he serves as Clinical Director of the BC Interior ADHD Clinic.
Dr. Anthony Rostain Vice Chair of Education, Department of Psychiatry Professor, Psychiatry and Pediatrics Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Download and print the flyer for ADHD family day ADHD World Congress