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.