Patient's Day

Welcome to the Patient's Day

organised by SPDA - Portuguese Society of Attention Deficit Disorder
in collaboration with the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) of the congress on ADHD

Registration
on SPDA website

mandatory & free

Sunday, 28 April 2019
from 09:00 - 17:30 

Auditorium VI
Portuguese sessions

Patient's Day
Programme 

- online now -

 

About SPDA
SPDA - Portuguese Society for Attention Deficit Disorder is a professional association that integrates a broad spectrum of specialists and researchers with an interest in developing activity in the area of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It aims not only to support caregivers of individuals of all ages with ADHD and their families, but also to promote good practice and research in this area.

SPDA aims to be a forum where physicians (pediatricians, neuropediatricians, pediatricians, psychiatrists, GPF doctors), psychologists, teachers, nurses, therapists and researchers in this area participate primarily.

 

Members of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC)

 

About the ADHD Patient's Day                                                                          ADHD Patient's Day' is an event dedicated to those who struggle with this pathology every day ... patients with ADHD and their families.

This event is organized in Lisbon on the occasion of the 7th World Congress on ADHD, by the SPDA - Portuguese Society of Attention Deficit Disorder in collaboration with the LOC of the congress.

We take advantage of the fact that we have gathered most of the world experts in the area of ADHD, so that with their knowledge based on the latest scientific evidence, we can contribute to the best information of the community about this pathology, from child to adult.

We are sure that thanks to the participation of all stakeholders, this event will be a success and an opportunity for learning, interaction and sharing.

Language: Most of the experts speak Portuguese or Spanish. For English speaking experts there will be a consecutive translaion in Portuguese.