Ask the ADHD Experts – ADHD Medication Adherence

ADHD Expert Perspectives

ADHD Medication Adherence
Roundtable Discussion

Many ADHD patients go off of their medications over time.

Research clearly shows that ADHD patients on medication do better than those without.

This panel discusses how to partner with the patient to extend duration – setting expectations correctly, dealing with side effects, and accepting and supporting inconsistency with follow-up visits.

Recorded at the Annual Meeting of APSARD (American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders.)

Presented by Anthony Rostain, MD, MA, Chair (University of Pennsylvania);

David Goodman, MD (Johns Hopkins);

Mary Solanto, PhD (NYU Langone);

Lenard A. Adler, MD (NYU Langone);

Richard Gallagher, MD (NYU Langone), and James McCracken, MD (UCLA).

Host: Jonathan Marx, MBA, InQuill Medical Communications, LLC


This session is for education and information purposes only.
No information will be shared which suggests a screen or diagnosis for any particular individual.

As always, ADHD in Adults refers all who have specific questions to their healthcare professional. ADHD in Adults assumes no liability in presenting this educational webinar, and all participants waive their rights to any legal or financial claim.

**No Continuing Education Credit is available for this session.**

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