A Closer Look: NH Primary Care Clinician Perspective on Caring for Pediatric Patients with ADHD
This webinar will explore the current background of ADHD, examine NH primary care clinician survey data, and make recommendations for supporting primary care clinicians caring for pediatric and adult patients with ADHD.
Describe the current background of ADHD including the prevalence, costs, and clinical guidelines
Examine the findings of the NH primary care clinician survey to understand practice patterns, comfort level, and familiarity with family supports relative to caring for pediatric patients with ADHD
Discuss recommendations to support primary care clinicians in caring for patients with ADHD
Dr. W. Burleson Daviss, MD
Dr. Daviss is a psychiatrist at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC), an adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburg, and an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. His current research interests include assessment, and treatment of ADHD and other comorbid disorders. Dr. Daviss supervises psychiatry residents at (DHMC) in the child psychopharmacology clinic. Dr. Daviss co-authored the book Moodiness in ADHD: A Clinician’s Guide, released in January 2018.
Molly O’Neil, BS
Molly has worked with the Institute for Health Policy and Practice since 2014, where she currently manages the project work of the NH Pediatric Improvement Partnership (NHPIP). She also provides practice facilitation and quality improvement coaching for Citizens Health Initiative projects. Molly is a 2018 Masters of Public Health candidate at the University of New Hampshire.
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