Factors Influencing Time Lag Between Initial Parental Concern and First Visit to Child Psychiatric Services Among ADHD Children in Japan.
Factors Influencing Time Lag Between Initial Parental Concern and First Visit to Child Psychiatric Services Among ADHD Children in Japan. Community Ment Health J. 2014 Dec 23; Authors: Yamauchi Y, Fujiwara T, Okuyama M Abstract The aim of this study was to examine the factors associated with a time lag between initial parental concern about ADHD symptoms and the first visit to a hospital in Japan that offers child psychiatric services. We investigated the demographic characteristic, symptoms, diagnosis, and healthcare system factors including duration between initial parental concern about symptoms and the first visit to a hospital (N = 387). The mean time lag between initial parental concern and the first visit to a hospital was 2.6 years. Risk factors for a longer time lag include the young age of a child, behavioral problems of the child, lower maternal education, difficulty in determining appropriate medical institution, referral route, and the distance from home to the hospital. A more established connection between a hospital with child psychiatric services and other health institutions is recommended for earlier referral to an appropriate hospital. PMID: 25535050 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
In recognition of ADHD Awareness Month, NIMH will host a livestream event on October 21, 2020, from 1:00 - 1:30 p.m. ET, to discuss signs, symptoms, treatments, current research, and tips for helping children and adolescents manage ADHD during the pandemic.
Came across this while browsing a provider's website. I did some googling and the results mostly talked about where to get this certification and some providers who have it. Has anyone ever heard of this? Is it legit or just another way to pad the CV? Looking at the website, it seems that Evergreen Certifications (formerly IATP apparently) also offers several other certifications including anxiety, anger, and compassion fatigue. My scam radar is going off, but I figured I'd ask.
We present data on predictors and mediators of such risk, highlighting a recent dual-process model involving trait impulsivity plus family- and peer-related contributors. We conclude with recommendations for assessment and preventive intervention. PMID: 33019955 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Publication date: Available online 5 October 2020Source: Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological PsychiatryAuthor(s): Christian Hyde, Ian Fuelscher, Emma Sciberras, Daryl Efron, Vicki A. Anderson, Tim Silk
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