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September 25, 2019 | Press Coverage, Video | ADHD

The diagnostic process for ADHD is challenging for all involved.

For a long time diagnoses have been based on professional instinct; based on interviews with both those with the condition and those close to them.

Now with QbTest clinicians can get a clear picture of the three markers for ADHD: activity, attention and impulsiveness.

Using our reports, clinicians have the confidence to make clear, informed decisions for diagnoses. The report for each individual is compared to the norm for their age and gender, enhancing the validity of the results.

Watch the latest feature with East Midlands Academic Health Science Network to learn more:

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