Research in the area of ADHD related to specific topics of etiology, epidemiology, and social, familial, medical, and educational matters will be presented in a research poster session. Abstracts will be selected by a panel of reviewers based on scientific merit as well as on space limitations and the need for a balance of topics.
Research poster abstracts must be received by June 1, 2018. Only online submissions will be considered.
An abstract submitted by a graduate student which represents his or her primary efforts will be selected for a special research award. The winner of this award will receive a complimentary conference registration.
If you are interested in being considered for this award, please mark your abstract “Research Award Submission.”
Research Award abstracts must be received by June 1, 2018. Only online submissions will be considered.
As employers, parents, educators, and healthcare providers become more aware of the needs of adults and children with ADHD and their families, they are finding extremely creative ways of addressing these needs. Such efforts include developing new and innovative programs, modifying existing programs, accommodating the needs of the person with ADHD through individually designed working and learning environments that accommodate his or her special needs, and developing company- and community-wide collaborative models.
Individuals representing a wide array of innovative programs and services will be on hand to share information with conference attendees.
Innovative Program abstracts must be received by June 1, 2018. Only online submissions will be considered.
The Conference Committee will not be able to underwrite the expenses of presenters accepted from this call for proposals.
Questions? Call the Conference Department at (301) 306-7070 or email to email@example.com.