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ADULT ADHD IN REAL TIME

Are we asking the right questions about how patients experience symptoms in multiple settings?

Greg W. Mattingly, MD
Associate Clinical Professor, Washington University, President, Midwest Research Group
Paid consultant and investigator for Shire

IT’S TIME FOR REAL CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ADHD.

Because when the questions are right, the answers are real. Through the perspectives of healthcare professionals, actual patients, and research, QandADHD reveals how adults can experience ADHD symptoms in home, social, and work settings. ADHD may be masked by other conditions and issues such as depression and anxiety that should be taken into account when assessing.

It’s time to ask the right questions. Other psychiatric conditions could be masking ADHD.

What are we
missing in our conversations about ADHD?

HEAR FROM AN HCP

How might adult patients experience
ADHD in multiple settings?

HEAR FROM a PATIENT
Greg W. Mattingly, MD
Associate Clinical Professor, Washington University
President, Midwest Research Group
Paid consultant and investigator for Shire
Donna, actual ADHD patient
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