Welcome/Bienvenue 13th Annual CADDRA ADHD Conference 4th Annual ADHD Research Day
.Friday, October 27, 2017: Hilton Quebec, Quebec City
Research Day The 4th Annual Research Day will begin with a keynote presentation by Dr. Janet Wozniak, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. This will be followed by talks from independent, trainee and student researchers working on topics related to ADHD. The format encourages networking and exchange of ideas among researchers. The day will finish with a poster presentation and reception. Oral presentations at the Research Day will be in English only, but poster submissions are in either English or French. Les présentations orales lors de la Journée de la recherche seront en anglais seulement, mais les soumissions d’affiches seront en anglais ou en français.
ADHD Institute Small group interactive workshops on child and adolescent ADHD and adult ADHD will be offered at introductory and advanced levels.
The 13th Annual CADDRA ADHD Conference is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, October 28 - 29, at the Hilton Quebec hotel in Quebec City, QC. This meeting will address many topics and issues of interest to you as a clinician or researcher working in the field of ADHD. The conference is preceded by the 4th Annual ADHD Research Day and ADHD Institute workshops on Friday, October 27.
CADDRA Conference The 2017 Scientific Committee is developing an exciting program that includes diverse key note presentations and a choice of seminars and workshops. Sessions will include internationally known speakers, seminars on evidence-based practice and practical workshops. While conference keynote talks and many of the workshops and seminars will be in English only, a minimum of two workshops or seminars will be presented in French at each break-out session. Les discussions suite aux conférences CADDRA de même que la majorité des ateliers et des séminaires seront en anglais seulement. Cependant, au moins deux ateliers ou séminaires seront présentés en français lors de chaque séance de discussion.