"Accuracy Of Screening For ADHD In Children And Adolescents" provides an overview of the evidence (or lack thereof) for diagnostic accuracy of several commonly used ADHD symptom questionnaires.
Hosted by A/Prof Emma Sciberras and presented by Dr Melissa Mulraney, this AADPA webinar also covers the implications for research and practice. Watch the webinar recording below now.
About Dr Melissa Mulraney
Dr Melissa Mulraney, PhD is a senior lecturer and Head of the Child Mental Health Research Centre at ISN Psychology in Melbourne, Australia. She is also an Honorary Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, and in the Department of Paediatrics at The University of Melbourne. Dr Mulraney is an Associate Editor for Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Dr Mulraney received her PhD in developmental psychology from Monash University and completed post-doctoral training at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. Her main research interests are in ADHD, emotion dysregulation, and sleep. She has authored multiple publications on these topics and is recognised as an emerging leader in the field of ADHD.
In 2021 she won both the Florence Levy Emerging Researcher Award awarded by the Australian ADHD Professional Association and the World Federation of ADHD’s Young Scientists’ Award, which she also won in 2019.