ADHD and anxiety

Your source for research on ADHD and anxiety

For the most up-to-date research on ADHD and anxiety, you’ll find a wealth of peer-reviewed articles and evidence-based research on

As a leading psychiatric resource for clinical information, provides access to a rich collection of articles and studies that explore the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment of ADHD and anxiety. Additionally, you’ll find articles that discuss topics such as ADHD and depression, ADHD symptoms in children and adults, ADHD medication, and many other aspects of this disorder. also provides access to many CME activities related to ADHD and other psychiatric topics that are posted on the CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. website at And with MyCME, a free online tool, you can easily track your participation in activities and document the credits you have earned.

Register today for free on to access articles, podcasts, CME activities and blogs. Or subscribe to gain complete access to all current and historical content on ADHD and anxiety.

A leading psychiatric resource for ADHD and anxiety publishes articles from several sources.

The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) is one of the leading publications in its field, offering the latest information on mental health topics to psychiatrists and other mental health professionals.

The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) provides information with direct clinical utility to primary caregivers and other clinicians who treat patients with mental and neurologic illness. is a continuing medical education site for CME articles, videos, and other activities. is a website dedicated to information on the diagnosis and treatment of CNS disorders.

As you’re seeking information about ADHD and anxiety on, you’ll find:

  • Peer-reviewed research that examines the characteristics of ADHD as well as its diagnosis and treatment
  • Original research, Academic Highlights, case reports, commentaries, Brief Reports, psychopharmacological articles, and research on subjects such as ADHD and anxiety, ADHD in childrenADD symptoms in adults, and advances in ADHD medication
  • Meta-analyses and systematic reviews of research in the field

Articles on concerning ADHD include titles such as:

Earn CME credits for ADHD and other topics provides a convenient mechanism for earning CME credit at a pace that works for your schedule. You’ll find many CME activities on the site—from articles and original research to meta-analyses and webcasts. You can complete an activity all at once or save a partially completed activity and return to it later. Register for free CME activities at offers a free online tool, MyCME, on that keeps a record of your CME activity on the website and documents the credits you have earned. You can also print transcripts and certificates immediately after successfully passing a posttest or evaluation.

CME activities related to ADHD on include titles such as:

FAQs on research in ADHD and anxiety offers peer-reviewed, evidence-based articles, case studies, Brief Reports, Academic Highlights, meta-analyses, systematic reviews, book reviews, clinical and practical psychopharmacology research, CME activities, blog posts, and other content.

A free registration on provides you with access to certain materials, including the full text of articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders and a selection of free supplements and articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. With a subscription to JCP, you can access all current and historical content from the journal.

MyCME is a free tool that lets you keep a record of your CME activity on at the CME Institute. Through MyCME, you can complete CME activities or start an activity and return to it later. You can complete posttests and evaluations, and print certificates and transcripts for credits earned.

Each CME activity on and typically offers credits that range from 0.50 to 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. The CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Register or subscribe for access to the latest research

There are several ways you can access the content about ADHD and anxiety on

When you register for free on the site, you’ll have access to the full text of PCC articles along with access to certain supplements and free articles from JCP. Your registration also provides access to CME activities and a MyCME account at

When you subscribe to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, you’ll have total access to content from issues of the journal from 1997 to the present. You can search for and view full text of articles, research, and studies on ADHD and anxiety and other topics, and you’ll have access to new issues the day they are released.

Stay current with podcasts & Elerts

When you register or subscribe to, you can receive daily email alerts, or Elerts, that provide notification of new content on the website. Elerts notify you when free articles and online-first articles are posted, along with new features, case reports, and the latest CME activities available on You’ll also receive a table of contents for upcoming issues of JCP and PCC, along with article abstracts.

For a convenient summary of all the content in JCP and PCC, subscribe to podcasts from In these 15- to 25-minute programs, you’ll get a summary of all the articles in each issue, including the highlights of research on ADHD and anxiety and many other subjects.

About is an online property of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. The website provides the latest information on mental health topics to psychiatrists and other medical professionals and seeks to advance the clinical expertise of primary care physicians and healthcare professionals who treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses. presents research and information from four sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry,a leading psychiatry research journal; The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders; the CME Institute; and Articles and reports on cover a comprehensive collection of psychiatric subjects, including ADD symptoms in adults; diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s and dementia; symptoms of manic depression and treatment for major depressive episodes; schizophrenia research; diagnosis of cyclothymic disorder; and many other topics.

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