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Recognizing and Managing ADHD in your Adult Patient
Friday, December 14 2018
7 CE hours, including 2 pharmacology hours | NBCC approval # SP-2974
Meeting Room B
519 15th St. Oregon City, OR 97045
Danell Bjornson, PMHNP & Timothy Neary, PsyD
This one day workshop provides an overview of how to accurately diagnosis ADHD, particularly in adults. ADHD evaluation without proper training can result in over-diagnosis and improper prescribing of medication. Additionally, it is not uncommon for medical providers to have a bias against stimulant medication use in adults. Medications to treat ADHD are not thoroughly understood by patients or providers. Behavioral providers can benefit from understanding more about medications their patients may take. Additionally, training programs minimally focus on specific interventions for individuals with ADHD, specifically adults.
After completing this training, participants will report significantly improved confidence in accurately diagnosing ADHD in adults–including confidence in ruling out co-morbidities. Accurate diagnosis contributes to more rapid application of effective interventions, thereby improving quality of patient care. Providers will feel more confident in being able to observe desirable and undesirable medication responses, and will feel more confident in treating inattention with behavioral techniques.
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by Oregon Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation
“Recognizing and Managing ADHD in Your Adult Patient” has been approved by NBCC for NBCC Credit. Tim Neary, Psy.D., and Danell Bjornson, PMHNP-BC are solely responsible for all aspects of the program.
|ADHD prevalence, under/misdiagnosis, treatment gaps; Diagnosis, and Assessment Strategies
|Diagnostic rule outs and comorbidities; Skills demonstration
|ADHD Medication: Stimulants, Non-stimulants, Nutrition and Physiological Factors
|Behavioral interventions for ADHD: Psychoeducation, Skill Development, Accountability Strategies & Mindfulness
Refunds for participants will be offered in full until 30 days prior to the training event. If cancelled less than 30 days prior to the event, registration fees will not be refunded.
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