ADHD in children

ADHD in children: access the latest research and CME activities

When you want access to the most recent research on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder or ADHD in children, you’ll find peer-reviewed, evidence-based articles on that explore the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment. With a wide range of original research, reports, and analysis, provides scientifically rigorous information about all aspects of ADHD, including ADHD and anxietyADHD symptoms in toddlers, and medications for ADHD and ADD in children and adults.

Through the CME Institute ( of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., also offers free CME activities related to ADHD in children and many other subjects, along with free tools for tracking participation and documenting credits earned. With and, you can easily fit CME requirements into a busy schedule.

Complete a free registration for today to explore everything our website has to offer. Or choose a paid subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry for full access to 20+ years of authoritative research on ADHD in children and adults as well as many other mental and neurologic illnesses.

Discover the latest developments in treating ADHD in children publishes articles from two leading sources of psychiatric research. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) is a peer-reviewed publication that has been at the forefront of psychiatric research for more than 75 years. As the leading psychiatric journal for clinical information, JCP offers the most up-to-date information on ADHD in children and other subjects for psychiatrists and mental health professionals.

The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) is an international, peer-reviewed, online-only journal that provides information for primary care physicians and other clinicians who care for patients with mental health and CNS disorders.

ADHD resources on include:

  • Original research, Academic Highlights, commentaries, Brief Reports, and case reports
  • Psychopharmacology content, including evidence-based articles concerning the practice of psychopharmacology through the lens of clinical experience
  • Meta-analyses that synthesize conclusions from multiple studies

Content concerning ADHD in children includes titles such as:

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CME activities for ADHD in children and the CME Institute provide a convenient way to earn CME credits on a variety of topics, including ADHD in children. You’ll find more than 150 CME activities on the and websites, including journal articles, supplements, newsletters, webcasts, Brief Reports, and more. With a free registration on or, you can use the MyCME tool to track participation in CME activities and document your credits earned.

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FAQs on research on ADHD in children

Subscriptions on include subscriptions to the online edition and to the online/print edition of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

No. To participate in CME activities on or, you need only sign up for a free registration. Your registration automatically includes a MyCME account where you can track your activities, take posttests and evaluations, and print transcripts and certificates of your credits earned.

There is typically no cost for CME activities available through or Occasionally, activities that have no commercial support may require a $10 processing fee.

Yes. CME activities on are provided by the CME Institute, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

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A free registration on offers access to a wide range of materials, including the full text of supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry and the full text of articles from The Primary Care Companion. You can also participate in more than 150 CME activities and track your progress with a free MyCME account through Your registration allows you to sign up for electronic alerts, or Elerts, to keep you up to date on new articles from JCP Weekly as well as podcasts, blogs, CME offerings, and the table of contents from upcoming issues of JCP and PCC.

For complete access to all articles and research on ADHD in children available on, choose a paid subscription to JCP. Your subscription provides access to the full text of peer-reviewed articles and features in the current issue as well as all issues from 1997 to present. You’ll also have access to online-first and online-only articles published weekly, and to new issues on the day they are released.

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To stay current with all the latest research on ADHD in children, subscribe to podcasts from Each podcast features a 15- to 25-minute recap of the highlights from each issue of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry or The Primary Care Companion. In just a few minutes each month, you can stay abreast of all the recent developments and advances in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD in children as well as many other mental health and CNS disorders.


Published by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., is a premier source of clinical information for psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and other clinicians who treat patients with behavioral health and neurologic disorders. provides access to articles and research from several sources, including The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at

Content on includes research and clinical psychiatry news on a wide range of topics, including ADHD in women, bipolar disorders and bipolar dementia, early onset Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, diagnosis of major depressive disorder according to DSM 5 major depressive disorder criteria, treatment of psychotic schizophrenia, and research on many other CNS disorders.

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