Research Requests

AADPA support research studies into the causes, treatment or management of ADHD and and related conditions.

Featured Projects

Research Project

The entrepreneurial process, ADHD & decision-making

RMIT is conducting a research project to study the positive aspects of ADHD in entrepreneurs or those wanting to start their own venture. If you…
Research Project

Early Assessment and Intervention of Childhood Attention Difficulties

Attention skills provide the foundation for cognitive development and educational achievement. We know that early detection of attention difficulties and early intervention to strengthening attention…

Research Request Form

For investigators wishing to submit a study, click here to download the Research Studies Form and email the completed document to for review. Alternatively, you may submit your request online by completing the Research Form below.

Once received, the Board may request further information about the project before approving or declining to promote the study. If successful, studies will be promoted via email communication to AADPA members, and where appropriate, additional information and/or links to the study may be provided on the AADPA website for visitors to learn more.

1 Professional Details
2 Project Details
3 Request Details
  • Provide name(s), professional position(s) and contact details.
  • Provide name(s), professional position(s) and contact details.
  • Provide information regarding AADPA membership status for all research investigators.

Our mission at AADPA is to promote evidence-based research, diagnosis, treatment & management of ADHD for the benefit of Australians with ADHD & their families.


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

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Membership Types

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