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New Resource--Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines, Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance

The new edition of the Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines is now online.

The 4th edition of the internationally renowned guidelines provides healthcare professionals with practical and evidence-based clinical guidance on diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of ADHD across the lifespan. The document was developed and reviewed by a multidisciplinary team of ADHD specialists. The new Guidelines edition was fully funded and published by the Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA), a not-for-profit medical and healthcare professional association, and updates the previous 3rd edition (2011).

To purchase a print copy with eToolkit USB or download a free PDF version, go to http://www.caddra.ca. An eBook version will be available shortly.