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20 May

Which subjective measures should I use alongside objective ADHD tests?

A robust ADHD assessment process is one that combines objective and subjective measures to get a balanced and holistic understanding...
20 May

Understanding our normative database for ADHD testing

Our FDA-cleared ADHD tests QbTest and QbCheck use a normative database to benchmark test results. The normative database allows you...
20 May

Preparing your patients for an objective ADHD test

It’s natural for patients to be nervous about a medical evaluation, especially if they are expecting a potential diagnosis. Most people...
14 May

Integrating objective ADHD tests into your clinical pathway

Making changes to your ADHD care pathway can be positive for both your clinic and patients. An effective pathway can...
30 Apr

Benefits and challenges of virtual ADHD testing

Disclaimer: This is a quick reference guide and is in no way a substitute for clinical training. The purpose of...
29 Apr

ADHD in children: Symptoms & evaluation tips

Disclaimer: This is a quick reference guide and is in no way a substitute for clinical training. The purpose of...
09 Apr

How does the remote use of QbCheck work?

QbCheck can be administered in person or remotely. Read our guide on what objective testing is. Below, we’ll walk you...
07 Mar

Using objective testing for ADHD treatment management

Disclaimer: This is a quick reference guide and is in no way a substitute for clinical training. The purpose of...
23 Feb

Interpreting objective ADHD tests: A clinician’s reference guide

Disclaimer: This is a quick reference guide and is in no way a substitute for clinical training. The purpose of...
15 Feb

What is objective testing?

An objective test is a standardized measure. It objectively collects data, removing personal biases and ambiguity. Objective tests give clear,...