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Friday, October 4th 2019 - Sunday, October 6th 2019

15th Annual CADDRA ADHD Conference

Prof. Edmund Sonuga-Barke, Amy Arnsten, Yasmin Hurd, and more
presented by CADDRA

Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel, Toronto, Ontario

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 04 Preconference: ADHD Research Day

7AM Registration
8:30 AM Welcome to Research Day
By Co-chairs Anne-Claude Bedard and Jennifer Crosbie • Fri 8:30 AM - 8:45 AM.Trinity Ballroom

8:45 AM Beyond Heritability - Have Studies of Childhood Deprivation Changed Our Thinking on ADHD?
Keynote Address by Edmund Sonuga-Barke

10:20 AM WeTakeCare: A Mobile Interactive Communication System to Support Family Engagement in ADHD Care
Senior Presentation by Philippe Robaey

10:50 AM Repeated Practice on a Multiple Object-Tracking Task Characterizes the Interplay between Learning and Attention: Examining Learning Trajectories across ADHD and Other Neurodevelopmental Conditions
Junior Presentation by Domenico Tullo

11:10 AM Patterns of Inattention and Hyperactivity-Impulsivity in Adolescents with Internalizing Problems: Associations with Symptom Severity and Treatment
Senior Presentation by Madison Aitken

11:40 AM Genome-Wide Association Study (GWAS) of Word Reading: Overlap with Risk Genes for Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Junior Presentation by Kaitlyn Price

1PM How Do Girls Differ from Boys with ADHD: Comprehensive Analysis of Treatment Response, and Etiological, Clinical, Behavioural, and Cognitive Factors
Senior Presentation by Sarojini Sengupta

1:30 PM Unstructured Performance Task of Executive Functions for ADHD
Junior Presentation by Elizabeth Wanstall

1:50 PM Initial Results from a Randomized Trial to Address Friendship Problems in Children with ADHD
Senior Presentation by Amori Mikami

2:20 PM The Incremental Cost of Illness of ADHD: A Systematic Review and Model for the Canadian Economy
Junior Presentation by Beata Komierowski

3:30 PM Meet The Experts: Panel Discussion on the Past, Present, and Future of ADHD Research in Canada and Abroad
With panelists Drs. Lily Hechtman, Edmund Sonuga-Barke, Russell Schachar, and Judith Wiener

4:45 PM The Day in Review
By Co-chairs Anne-Claude Bedard and Jennifer Crosbie • Fri 4:45 PM - 5 PM. Trinity Ballroom

5PM Poster Presentations & CADDRA Conference Opening Reception
Poster viewing, awards ceremony, food & drink

6:30 AM Registration
Sat 6:30 AM - 9 AM.Registration Desk
7AM Industry Sponsored Breakfast Symposium *Non Accredited* Limited space.
Presented by Purdue.
8:15 AM Welcome to Day 1
8:30 AM Developmental Perspective on ADHD – Is There a Case for Prevention through Early Intervention?
Keynote Address by Prof. Edmund Sonuga-Barke
10AM Catecholamines Govern Prefrontal Cortex: Relevance to Etiology and Treatment of ADHD
Keynote Address by Amy Arnsten

11:30 AM Breakout Session 1
• The Stressed Years of Their Lives - College and the Launch to Adulthood for Neuroatypical Youth, Anthony Rostain, M.A., M.D.
• Adult ADHD Assessment and Treatment Planning; Using a Time-Efficient, Evidence-Based, Three-Stage Process, Craig Emes
• Twice Exceptional with ADHD: Characteristics and Challenges, Andrée Therrien
• Getting the “Evidence” for Evidence-Based Practice in ADHD, Penny Corkum, Ph.D. & Maggie Toplak, Ph.D., Prof. Dr.
• Why Don’t Children with ADHD Wait?, Edmund Sonuga-Barke
• Addressing Negative Internal Experiences in Clinical Settings, Noelle Lynn, M.S.W.

1:30 PM Awards Ceremony
Lifetime Achievement Award, Indigenous Healthcare Award, CADDRA Student Awards

2PM Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of ADHD Across the Lifespan
Keynote Address by Mary Solanto • Sat 2 PM - 3:15 PM

3:30 PM Breakout Session 2
Choose one of six concurrent sessions (seminar or workshop) • Sat 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
• ADHD and Sleep: Interconnectedness, Impact, and Intervention - Penny Corkum
• ADHD or Pseudo-ADHD: How to Differentiate - Annick Vincent
• Difficult Living Circumstances, Toxic Stress and the Developing Brain: A Social Paediatrics Approach - Sarah Gander
• Cognitive Screening in Adult ADHD - Smadar Valerie Tourjman
• Living with ADHD: Can Self-Awareness Set Your Patients Free? - Ainsley Gray & Laura MacNiven
• Implementing Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for ADHD in Adults and College Students - Laura Solanto

6:30 AM Registration
7AM Industry Sponsored Breakfast Symposium *Non Accredited* Limited space.
Presented by Takeda
8:05 AM Welcome to Day 2
8:15 AM Genetics Of ADHD and Implications for Clinical Practice
Keynote Address by Amy Arnsten, Jennifer Crosbie, James L. Kennedy and Russell Schachar

10AM Breakout Session 3
• Prescribing errors: What Went Wrong during the treatment? - Joseph Sadek
• Triple "A" Trifecta: Diagnosis and Treatment for Comorbid ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Anxiety Disorder - Harriet Greenstone & Lisa-Marie Giorgio
• Slowing It Down: A Closer Look at Self-Medicating with Cannabis in Adults with ADHD - Elisabeth Baerg-Hall
• ADHD and Comorbidities: Up-to-Date Evidence on the Treatment of the Top Five Comorbid Conditions, Kenny Handelman
• CREM as a Mediator of ADHD and Addiction Vulnerability - Yasmin Hurd

11:15 AM Breakout Session 4
• Transforming ADHD Treatment through Evidence-Based Mental Health Literacy: The Reach Institute in Canada - Samuel Chang & Geraldine Farrelly
• The Economic, Psychological and Social Costs of ADHD. - Sara Binder & Beata Komierowski
• Impulsivity and Violence: How to Assess, How to Prevent - Martin Gignac
• Primer on Pharmacological Management of ADHD in Children and Adolescents - Daniel Ross
• Adult ADHD In Therapy: Clinical and Operational Strategies to Increase The Likelihood of Successful Outcomes - Cheryle Sherwood

12:30 PM CADDRA Annual General Meeting

1:15 PM Breakout Session 5
• ADHD or LD? ADHD and LD?: Guidelines for Assessment and Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities - Judith Wiener, Maria Kokai & Tricia Williams
• The Wired Child: Psychiatric, Neuropsychological, and Developmental Perspectives on ADHD, Video Gaming and Screen Use - Doron Almagor, Brenda Miles & Doug Schmidt
• ADHD and the Intersection with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Overlapping Symptoms, Cognition and Shared Neurobiology - Evdokia Anagnostou, Stephanie Ameis, Aneta Krakowski & Danielle Baribeau
• How Are We Doing Managing ADHD in Post-Secondary Settings? A Sampling of Student Health Clinics across Canada - Elisabeth Baerg-Hall, Catharine Munn, Alana Holt & Christopher Richards-Bentley

3PM The Changing Cannabis Landscape and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Keynote address by Yasmin Hurd


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