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'ADHD and the implications of a lack of awareness within primary care' - In Conversation with Blandine French

'ADHD and the implications of a lack of awareness within primary care' - In Conversation with Blandine French

Update: 2021-03-18
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In this podcast we speak to Blandine French, ESRC DTC PhD student at The Institute of Mental Health Nottingham, looking into the awareness of ADHD in primary care. Blandine was also nominated for the 2020 ACAMH Awards Trainee of the Year.

In this fascinating interview Blandine discusses her research on understanding GPs awareness of developmental disorders, such as ADHD, and what the implications are of a lack of awareness within primary care, and its implications for young people and their families.

Blandine, who was diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood, talks about why early diagnosis and intervention are so important for children and young people with developmental disorders, and the implications if it is not recognised, plus the positives support when it all goes well.

Bladine explains about a free psycho-education online tool she has developed for understanding ADHD and the role of the GP in the diagnosis pathway.
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'ADHD and the implications of a lack of awareness within primary care' - In Conversation with Blandine French

'ADHD and the implications of a lack of awareness within primary care' - In Conversation with Blandine French

The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health