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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 graduated from the University of Newcastle with Honours. After completing her basic hospital training in Newcastle, Jo spent five years working in emergency departments and rural communities throughout the Northern Territory and the Kimberley region in WA. Jo developed a keen interest in Women’s Health and Paediatrics, and completed additional training in these areas. She then worked with Family Planning, and gained extensive experience in Sexual and Reproductive Health. Jo inserts contraceptive devices including IUDs and Implanon, performs vulval biopsies, and enjoys consulting on a broad range of issues. Jo moved to the Northern Rivers region 9 years ago, and has worked at Tintenbar Medical Centre since 2010. She is the GP Representative for BreastScreen, and co-coordinates a local Women’s GP Group. Jo is particularly passionate about breast and cervical cancer screening, and regularly volunteers with organisations working throughout the Pacific to reduce cervical cancer rates. When she is not at work Jo enjoys spending time with her young family surfing, mountain biking, and fishing