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Duration of the course: 90mins
Track: Clinical

About The Course


Follow a multidisciplinary approach from initial ADHD assessment and diagnosis, through to subsequent management and family support.
Duration: 90mins
Accreditation: Allocated 4 CPD Activity Points (Activity 191612) with RACGP | Allocated 2 CPD Activity Points (Activity ID 19229) with ACRRM

Facilitated by Dr Jo Adendorff and Dr Hilton Koppe, this webinar will bring together an expert multidisciplinary panel consisting of a GP, Paediatrician, Child Psychologist and School Counseller. The case will follow the journey of an early primary school aged child – starting with concerns raised about behaviour by his class teacher, and following through his diagnosis and management.

This case study will be explored in a Q&A style presentation. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions to the panel throughout the discussion.

CPD Points

  • Allocated 4 CPD Activity Points (Activity 191612) with RACGP.
  • Allocated 2 CPD Activity Points (Activity ID 19229) with ACRRM.
  • 1.5 CPD hours for nurses and allied health professionals.

What you will learn

  • Recognise how children with ADHD may present in general practice.
  • Develop a framework in considering differential diagnoses.
  • Refer appropriately to local services available for assessment and management.
  • Explain how other clinicians contribute to the management of ADHD in a multidisciplinary team approach.

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Course Instructor

Dr Hilton Koppe
Dr Hilton Koppe General Practitioner

Dr Hilton Koppe is a general practitioner/family physician in Lennox Head and has been a country doctor since 1988. Hilton has combined medical practice with teaching medical students, doctors-in-training and experienced clinicians.

Dr Jo Adendorff
Dr Jo Adendorff General Practitioner

Jo trained in rural/remote areas throughout Western Australia and the Northern Territory, during which she spent an extended period working for Family Planning. She is currently working as a GP in northern NSW, with special interests in Women’s Health, Menopause and Osteoporosis. She is a GP representative for Breastscreen, and coordinates a Women’s GP Group. Jo has worked in medical education for the past 8 years, and is involved in training medical students, registrars and peer education.