February 2022: Variable Patterns of Remission From ADHD in the Multimodal Treatment Study of ADHD

Dr. Margaret Sibley (University of Washington, Seattle, WA) joins the podcast this month to discuss an article from the February issue of the Journal looking at patterns of remission in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children. Dr. Ned Kalin, Editor-in-Chief of AJP will join us afterwards to discuss the rest of the February issue of the Journal.

Sibley interview [00:51] What does “full remission” from ADHD mean? [01:54] Variable patterns of remission in children with ADHD [02:33] The DSM definition of ADHD and the impact of ADHD symptoms [04:10] Advantages and disadvantages of using longitudinal data [06:50] What does the pattern of intermittent remission mean for treatment of ADHD? [09:39] What does this suggest for further research into ADHD diagnosis and treatment? [11:08] How does this affect treatment going forward? [12:48] Kalin interview [15:25] Flavin et al. [16:04] Sibley et al. [16:45] Markowitz et al. [18:20] Tadmon and Olfson [19:07] Manfredi et al. [20:30] Morgan et al. [22:39] Cole et al. [24:57] In conclusion [29:03]

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