‘Reconceptualizing ADHD as a chronic neurodevelopmental condition and the implications for scientists and practitioners’ Professor Rosemary Tannock

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Professor Rosemary Tannock was the keynote speaker at the Emanuel Miller memorial lecture and conference on ‘Controversies in ADHD’, recorded on 10 March 2017.

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Professor Rosemary Tannock on ‘Reconceptualizing ADHD as a chronic neurodevelopmental condition and the implications for scientists and practitioners’.

Professor Rosemary Tannock
Professor Rosemary Tannock

Professor Rosemary Tannock, PhD, holds a Canada Research Chair in Special Education and Adaptive Technology (Tier 1) at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in the University of Toronto. Also, she is a Senior Scientist at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada, a Professor of Psychiatry and Professor of Special Education & Adaptive Instruction at the University of Toronto, and holds research appointments with the Graduate Departments of Education and Psychology at the University of Western Australia.

Her clinical research program investigates the causes and treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), with a specific focus on its cognitive manifestations and overlap with learning disabilities. Most recently she and her colleagues have developed a set of integrated multimedia resources on ADHD for teachers that include a public-domain website [Teach ADHD], a three-program DVD about ADHD, and a Teacher’s Resource Manual.

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