ADD in children

ADD in children: latest research, articles, and news is a leading source of information about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and ADD in children, providing clinicians with access to the most recent research and the latest peer-reviewed articles. Combining research and information on a broad array of mental health topics from multiple sources, serves psychiatrists and mental health professionals as well as primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with mental and central nervous system (CNS) disorders.

Within the pages of you’ll find a variety of resources related to ADHD and ADD in children, including research on ADHD symptoms in toddlersADHD symptoms in adolescents, and ADHD treatment for children at every age. You can also earn CME credits related to ADHD in children through the CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., website at

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The mission of is to provide lifelong learning opportunities for mental health professionals and other clinicians. Consequently, you’ll find more than 150 CME activities on and, including articles, supplements, webcasts, and other publications concerning ADD in children and characteristics of ADHD in adults as well as many other psychiatric subjects.

When you register on and, you’ll automatically create a MyCME account. This convenient online tool keeps a record of your participation in CME activities on the website and allows you to easily return to activities you have started but not yet completed. You can take posttests and complete evaluations in MyCME, and print transcripts and certificates as soon as you have earned CME credit.

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Consult the latest peer-reviewed articles on ADD in children offers a comprehensive collection of peer-reviewed, evidence-based articles that cover the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of mental and neurologic conditions, including ADD in children. Content on is drawn from two sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC). JCP is one of the most-cited sources in psychiatry and is intended for psychiatrists and other mental health professionals. Content in PCC is intended to advance the clinical expertise of primary care physicians and other healthcare providers who treat patients with mental and neurologic illness.

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FAQs on resources for ADD in children offers a broad range of resources on ADD in children – including articles, research, case reports, and meta-analyses on the latest advances in understanding, diagnosing, and treating the disorder. also provides CME activities related to ADHD and other topics through the CME Institute at

Subscription options to JCP include both an online-only edition and a combined online and print edition.

Most CME activities on and can be completed at no charge, though several journal-based CME activities carry a $10 processing fee.

With a free registration on and, you will automatically be set up with a MyCME account where you can keep track of all your AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM on the website. Each time you begin an activity, your progress will be recorded in your MyCME account, making it easy to return to the site at any time to complete your CME credit. With MyCME, you can also print transcripts or certificates of your credits earned.

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Register today for free on to sign up for daily email alerts, or Elerts, that notify you of new articles, features, and case reports concerning ADD in children and other topics. Elerts are delivered right to your email inbox and include the table of contents for upcoming issues of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry and The Primary Care Companion as well as links to abstracts of articles. You’ll hear about the latest online-first and free articles available on the website, along with new CME activities on a wide range of topics available from Elerts are the easiest way to keep on top of all the latest research in your field.

Registration on also offers access to the full text of articles from PCC as well as free articles and supplements from JCP. Additionally, you can participate in many CME activities and track your progress with a free MyCME account on

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For complete access to all articles and research on, choose a paid print/online or online-only subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. A subscription enables you to search for and view any article from the journal from 1997 to present. You’ll have access to new issues of the journal the day they are released and to online-first and online-only articles released weekly. Your subscription also entitles you to all the benefits that accompany a free registration on the site. A paid subscription is the best way to stay current on all the research on ADD in children as well as many other mental health and CNS disorders.


A digital property of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., offers the latest research on the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders. Content on is drawn from three sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at offers peer-reviewed, evidence-based research and articles on topics as diverse as ADHD  treatment of bipolar dementia; symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease; criteria for major depressive disorder and treatment for major depression; diagnosis of catatonic schizophrenia and other forms of schizophrenia; and many other topics related to general, family, functional, geriatric, and biological psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry.

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