Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Dr. Evelyn Vingilis, Departments of Family Medicine and Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and a multidisciplinary team of experts take a closer look at the link between ADHD prevalence and other social problems in the newest issue of International Innovation.
This unique research alliance has undertaken a collaborative study exploring gender, symptoms and outcomes of adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), using a population-based survey, with the hope of improving treatment options for adults living who ADHD.
"One common goal and question among our team members, that we often discuss together, is looking at the difficulties of living with ADHD, but also understanding if there are any adaptive qualities that come along with symptoms," said Vingilis.
International Innovation is the leading global dissemination resource for the wider scientific, technology and research communities. Produced bi-monthly, International Innovation Health brings together the very latest content, articles and analysis from healthcare research funding initiatives and leading political and administrative figures involved in the international healthcare community.
Dr. Vingilis and her team, various experts from different universities and hospitals, are featured in Issue 22, International Innovation's Healthcare publication.
The publication is produced in physical and digital format and reaches the wider healthcare community with a huge global readership. Readership includes government leaders, administrators and policy makers interested in healthcare research and innovations, as well as leading project coordinators, research professors and university deans involved in healthcare.