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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: David Coghill at DFTB18


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Professor David Coghill is the Foundation Chair of Developmental Mental Health at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. As one of the editors of the Oxford Handbook of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder David is passionate about translating science into action.

ADHD is not a new condition. It has been around at least from the time of Der Struwwelpeter (1845) where Heinrich Hoffman tells the tale of Fidgety Phil (Zappel-Phillip) – The Boy Who Couldn’t Keep Still.

In this fascinating talk Professor Coghill reminds us that the true incidence of ADHD is not really increasing but the administrative diagnosis is. Why are more children in the US diagnosed and treated? Listen to the talk and find out.

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