Australian Research

Numerous Australian research project have been undertaken in the past which has improved our understanding of ADHD. Medical Researchers continue to strive to understand ADHD and how better diagnosis, treatments and medications can assist those individuals living with ADHD. Each project contributes to the body of knowledge we have about ADHD.

Below is a summary of some of the research already published from those dedicated Australian Researchers.

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  • Deloitte Access Economics. (2019) The Social and Economic Costs of ADHD in Australia. Report commissioned by Australian ADHD Professional Association (AADPA).
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  • Lawrence D, Johnson S, Hafekost J, Boterhoven De Haan K, Sawyer M, Ainley J, Zubrick SR (2015) The Mental Health of Children and Adolescents. Report on the second Australian Child and Adolescent Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing, Department of Health, Canberra, p 4 – 17.
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  • Parents for ADHD Advocacy (2019) Parent & carer experiences of ADHD in Australian schools: Critical gaps report.
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  • Sciberras, E., Mulraney, M., Silva, D. & Coghill, D. (2017). Prenatal Risk Factors and the Etiology of ADHD -Review of Existing Evidence. Current Psychiatry Reports, 19, 1.
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