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QbTest: diagnosing ADHD in children and young people

QbTest is an objective diagnostic tool which reduces time in diagnosing ADHD in children and young people.

UCLPartners are one of 15 AHSNs working across the country to implement QbTest across our geography, by coordinating engagement events and liaising with mental health trusts and clinical leads.

The first Pan-London and Essex ADHD webinar took place on 15 November. This webinar included presentations from clinicians discussing the clinical validity and experience of implementing QbTest in practice as well as reflections from young people and parents on their experience of QbTest and receiving an ADHD diagnosis.

The second Pan-London and Essex ADHD webinar took place on Monday 20 June. This webinar focused on ‘Implementing QbTest into ADHD pathways: first-hand experiences of QbTest in practice’ and included presentations from Professor Prathiba Chitsabesan and Shasoty Hossain and Ria Furniss.

Find out more about how the AHSN Network are improving the assessment process for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

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