Stimulant Treatment for Adult ADHD: Evidence of Benefits and Harms
Lauren Moran, MD
Director, McLean Pharmacoepidemiology Laboratory
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
- Identify considerations in enhancing specificity of making an ADHD diagnosis in adults
- Describe the evidence for benefit of treatment of adult ADHD, and the limitations of that evidence
- Outline potential harms of stimulant therapy
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