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AADPA's 4th annual conference will be held on Saturday, 23 October 2021 as a one-day meeting with both in-person and virtual tickets to allow everyone to attend.

In response to member feedback, this year’s AADPA conference will involve both in-person and virtual tickets to allow members and guests the opportunity to attend from anywhere. As a hybrid event, we have put together a shorter 1-day program that is sure to keep you engaged. The year we will also see the presentation of the inaugural AAPDA Florence Levy Emerging Research Award.

For those attending in person, the conference will be followed by a social event with drinks and canapes providing a wonderful opportunity to network with colleagues from around Australia involved in the study and treatment of ADHD.

In-Person Event Venue

The in-person conference will be held at the Novotel Melbourne on Collins. Centrally located in Melbourne’s CBD and situated atop the prestigious St Collins Lane Shopping Complex on the iconic Collins Street, the Novotel Melbourne on Collins is surrounded by all Melbourne has to offer for anyone visiting. The hotel features spacious & comfortable accommodation rooms, along with the Lane Restaurant & Bar, In Balance fitness centre with an indoor pool.

Novotel Melbourne on Collins

Keynote Speakers

A/Prof Emma Sciberras (Chair)
A/Prof Tim Silk (Co-Chair)
Dr Melissa Mulraney (Committee Member)
Ms. Margaret Eagers (Conference Organiser)

Event Managed by MERS Events
PCO: Margaret Eagers
mers.com.au
mers@exemail.com.au
+61 425 220 622

Our Mission At AADPA

To promote evidence-based research, diagnosis, treatment & management of ADHD for the benefit of Australians with ADHD & their families.

About AADPA

We are committed to working towards enhanced lifetime outcomes for individuals with ADHD and their families.

Member Benefits

Gain resources, support and guidance from Australia’s leading professional ADHD community.

Membership Types

Our members come from a range of fields including academia, clinical practice, coaching, education and allied healthcare.