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This guideline covers recognising, diagnosing and managing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children, young people and adults. It aims to improve recognition and diagnosis, as well as the quality of care and support for people with ADHD.
Evidence-based recommendations on transcutaneous electrical stimulation of the trigeminal nerve for ADHD. This involves a single-use electrode patch stuck to the forehead, which sends small electrical pulses through the skin during sleep.
This guideline covers recognising and managing antisocial behaviour and conduct disorders in children and young people aged under 19. It aims to improve care by identifying children and young people who are at risk and when interventions can prevent conduct disorders from developing. The guideline also makes recommendations on communication, to help professionals build relationships with children and young people and involve them in their own care.
TA098 Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder - Methylphenidate, atomoxetine and dexamfetamine (review) 25 September 2005 ID3735...
This quality standard covers diagnosing and managing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults, young people and children (aged 3 and over). It describes high-quality care in priority areas for improvement.View quality statements for QS39
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- Quality statement 1: Confirmation of diagnosis
- Quality statement 2: Identification and referral in adults
- Quality statement 3: Continuity of child to adult services
- Quality statement 4: Parent training programmes
- Quality statement 5: Psychological treatments for children and young people
- Quality statement 6: Starting drug treatment
- Quality statement 7: Annual review of drug treatment
This guideline covers identifying, treating and managing depression in people aged 18 and over who also have a chronic physical health problem such as cancer, heart disease or diabetes. It aims to improve the care of people with a long-term physical health problem, which can cause or exacerbate depression. This has the potential to increase their quality of life and life expectancy.
This guidance has been updated and replaced by NICE guideline NG87.