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ADHD in College: Seeking and Receiving Care During the Transition From Child to Adult

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Prevalence and Impact of ADHD in College Students

Larry Culpepper, MD, MPH

ADHD can substantially impact a student’s performance, but fewer than a quarter of undergraduates with ADHD take advantage of campus resources available for disabled students. In this Psychlopedia activity, discover how ADHD affects these young adults and learn what behaviors to look for in your
college-aged patients.

0.5 Credit    [See the entire activity]

 

Recognizing and Diagnosing ADHD in College Students

Larry Culpepper, MD, MPH

Certain behaviors can signal that a college-aged student may have undiagnosed ADHD. Read this activity to learn how to assess ADHD in college students by adapting diagnostic criteria, using measurement-based tools, evaluating for comorbidities, and completing a differential diagnosis.

0.5 Credit    [See the entire activity]

 

Treating ADHD: Addressing the Needs of College Students

Larry Culpepper, MD, MPH and Paul King, MD

Read about the experiences and advice from university and small community clinicians on recognizing and diagnosing ADHD in college students and guiding them through the assessment process. This activity was developed after 2 roundtable discussions held at The University of Mississippi in Oxford.

0.5 Credit    [See the entire activity]

 

Identifying, Diagnosing, and Managing ADHD in College Students

Larry Culpepper, MD, MPH

What behaviors must young adults exhibit before you assess them for ADHD? What tools should you use to evaluate them? In this activity, answer multiple-choice questions received via e-mail on recognizing ADHD symptoms in college students, assessing patients for the disorder, fostering a therapeutic alliance, and promoting treatment adherence.

1 Credit    [See the entire activity]

 
Larry Culpepper, MD, MPH
Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts
Paul King, MD
Parkwood Behavioral Health System, Olive Branch, Mississippi