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Universities and Medical Research Institutes conduct numerous evidence-based research across Australia and it is only with the generous participation of families that we can use this research to improve the quality of life for all those affected by ADHD.

Participants wanted for a 2018 online research project

RMIT is conducting an online research project and are seeking parents of 8 - 12 year old children (with and without ADHD) to participate during 2018.

Previous studies have found that children with ADHD may have different lifestyle patterns compared to children without ADHD. Lifestyle patterns include: diet quality, level of physical activity, screen time, and sleep habits.

This project aims to explore if any particular lifestyle patterns are associated with the severity of ADHD symptoms; and to examine if there is any relationship between the lifestyle patterns of these children and their parents or caregivers.

For more information, please contact George Hong
PhD candidate, School of Health and Biomedical Science,
RMIT University, Australia on chao.chi.hong@student.rmit.edu.au
or mobile: 0414 676 375.

To download the research flier outline click here
or to go directly to the research page on the RMIT site click here.