Conference Program


  • 27/07/19
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    7:30 AM  -  8:45 AM
    Registration
    Conference Foyer
    Registration desk is located outside the Ballroom
    8:30 AM  -  10:45 AM
    Plenary Session 1
    Catalina Dehavilland Rooms
    Welcome to Country

    Welcome

    AADPA Presidential Address: Professor Mark Bellgrove

    Lived Experience

    Keynote Speaker: Professor Jeffrey Newcorn: How do drugs for ADHD work?

    Lightning talks:

    Alison Poulton: Self-rated functional impairment in adults with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)(LT1)

    Melissa Mulraney: Persistence and neural correlates of Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder in 10-year-old children with ADHD (LT2)

    Sampada Bhide: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity disorder and family functioning: A 3-year longitudinal study of community-based primary school children (LT3)

    Speakers:
    Morning Tea
    Bristol Room

    Morning tea

    Plenary Session 2
    Catalina Dehavilland Rooms
    Keynote Speaker: Professor Rick Jarman: Social skills training in ADHD: practical strategies for paediatricians, psychologists and psychiatrists

    Speaker: Sarah Baggio: Project ECHO in ADHD

    Lightning talks:

    Nicole Stefanac: Dysfunctional evidence accumulation in Developmental Dyslexia: Support for the neural noise hypothesis (LT4)

    Alice Garrick: Emergency department experiences of parents of children with comorbid ADHD and autism spectrum disorder (LT5)

    Speakers:
    Lunch
    Bristol Room

    Lunch

    Concurrent Session 3
    Avro Room
    Dianne Grocott: Workshop: ADHD and Substance Abuse
    Concurrent Session 4
    Catalina Room
    Mark Ryan: What has sleep got to do with it? Circadian rhythm dysregulation in ADHD and treatment with neurofeedback
    Hannah E. Kirk: The effects of a gamified cognitive training program in reducing inattentive behaviour in the classroom: A randomised controlled trial"
    Lindsey Ross: High dose stimulant medication for the management of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): A retrospective cohort study
    Emma Sciberras: Treating anxiety in children with ADHD using cognitive behavioural therapy: A randomized controlled trial
    Michele Toner: ADHD in the Workplace; The Team Approach
    Concurrent Session 5
    Dehavilland Room
    Monica Hassall: Beyond Fight Flight and FreezeIs there a Fourth F The ADHD Mind in Crisis Supporting Those at Risk and Their Significant Others
    Lindsay Martin:Women and attention deficit hyperactivity Disorders: does gender affect the diagnosis?
    Florence Levy: Measurement of ADHD: Are we still in the 60’s?
    Andrew Sheridan: Establishing and consolidating a public state-wide ADHD assessment and treatment service in Western Australia
    Edwina Birch: ADHD and NDIS 
    Afternoon Tea
    Bristol Room
    4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM
    AGM
    Catalina Room
    AGM - Australian ADHD Professionals Association Ltd
    Networking drinks
    Pavillion Room

    Enjoy the comedy of Rose Callaghan and network with other delegates with a drink and a few canapes at the close of Day 1 of the conference between 5.30pm - 7.30pm. This is included in registration costs but PLEASE TICK if you are attending for catering numbers.

  • 28/07/19
  •  
    9:00 AM  -  10:45 AM
    Plenary Session 6
    Catalina Dehavilland Rooms

    Welcome: Professor Dave Coghill

    Lived Experience

    Keynote Speaker: Professor Loretta Giorcelli, OAM: Critical understandings for inclusive schools: The required cultural, curricular, managerial and legal responses to the challenges presented by learners with ADHD

    Keynote Speaker: Professor Christel Middeldorp: ADHD across the lifespan: genetics, transgenerational transmission and the implications for clinical practice

    Morning Tea
    Bristol Room

    Morning tea

    11:15 AM  -  12:45 PM
    Concurrent Session 7
    Avro Room
    Heidi Sumich, Madeline O’Reilly & Jonathan Hassall: ADHD Solutions: An Interactive Workshop on Behavioural & Cognitive Strategies
    11:15 AM  -  12:45 PM
    Concurrent Session 8
    Catalina Room
    Emma Sciberras & Phil Bird: How to treat sleeping problems in ADHD?
    11:15 AM  -  12:45 PM
    Concurrent Session 9
    Dehavilland Room

    Gold standard clinical ADHD practice: how to achieve it and thus AHPRA-proof your practice
    A medicolegal symposium on child and adult ADHD practice, highlighting what is considered best practice and how to avoid medicolegal pitfalls which could lead a clinician to fall foul of AHPRA regulations

    Moderator: Roger Paterson (child and adult private practice psychiatrist)
    Panel Members: Dr Susan O'Dwyer (Chair, Queensland Medical Board), Rachele Mitchell (solicitor, MDA QLD claims manager) and Dr Tony Mander (adult private practice psychiatrist, medicolegal expert)

    Lunch - Sunday
    Bristol Room
    Please tick if you are staying for lunch
    Consumer Event - Welcome
    Catalina Dehavilland Rooms
    Please tick if you are staying for the consumer event on Sunday afternoon The event includes but is not limited to a personal experience in comedy with Rose Callaghan, Keynote talks by Christine Morgan and Jon Hassell as well as a panel discussion and Q&A
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