|Duration||One a day (6 hours online session)|
|Session Leader||Katja Jung|
|Date||Contact NHS study day Team for more information|
This one-day training aims to provide an opportunity for participants to explore the knowledge, and practice the skills required, to cater to the additional needs of people with ADHD in the context of their professional practice. It will be of interest to staff from all health care services, and particularly primary care-based practitioners, mental health and social care professionals working in inpatient and community settings.
Approximately 3%-4% of the adult population have ADHD, and these individuals access all types of health and social care services. Over the last decade it has become increasingly evident that there is a need to improve the awareness and recognition of ADHD in clinical settings. It is therefore necessary for the health and social care workforce to access appropriate training to enable them to recognise and provide appropriate care to people with ADHD.
By the end of the session, participants should be able to:
Study mode: Synchronous online delivery via virtual classroom using one of the following web-based learning and teaching platforms (e.g. MS teams, Kaltura new row, Adobe connect, Zoom). The content on the day will be delivered via a mixture of PowerPoint presentation, small group exercise and discussion, group feedback and recap/quiz.
There are several funding options available:
For more information for any of these options, including fee rates for self-funding/employer-sponsored students, please visit our dedicated funding page.
To apply for this course, please email our NHS study days team.