ADHD World Federation - Modernising the concept of ADHD
Poster Awards

Congratulations to the Winners of the Poster Awards 2023

In the name of the Poster Prize Committee, chaired by Prof. Dr. Oliver Tucha (Rostock University, Germany), we are pleased to announce the six poster award winners:

  • Berit Solberg, University of Bergen, Norway| Breastfeeding and the development of ADHD considering the child’s ADHD genetics: A longitudinal study in The Norwegian Mother, Father, and Child Cohort (Topic: Aetiology)
  • Charlotte Skoglund, Uppsala University, Sweden | ADHD in girls and women: Age at diagnosis (Topic: Epidemiology
  • Philippe Robaey, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Canada | Cultural adaptation of the Strength-Based Interview for Behavior for parents (SIB-P) in the Arabic culture (Gulf countries) (Topic: Diagnosis, children and adolescents)
  • Tracey Chau, Monash University, Australia | Distribution of parent-reported autistic and ADHD traits in Australian children with and without an ADHD diagnosis (Topic: Comorbidity, children and adolescents)
  • Eva Halbe, University of Bonn, Germany | Altered interaction of physiological activity and behavior affects risky decision-making in ADHD (Topic: Pathophysiology, children and adolescents)
  • Dominique Doffer, Accare Child Study Center, The Netherlands | Longer-term effects of behavioural parent training for children with ADHD: A meta-analytic review (Topic: Non-pharmacological treatment, children and adolescents)

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