Information session

TAS Workshop presented by Professor Dave Coghill


19 June 2024


Brighton Civic Centre
25 Green Point Rd
Bridgewater, TAS 7030



ADHD - why is it important and how do I fit in?

Assessment; Pharmacological and Non-pharmacological Interventions

with Professor Dave Coghill

Time: 10 am - 4 pm


RANZCP Fellows and Affiliates: $35

Associates: no charge

Other medical and non-members: $35

Event information

Workshop Program

10 - 11 am - Setting the scene

- ADHD in an Australian context

- Impacts of ADHD across the lifespan

11 - 11.30 am - Morning Tea

11.30 am - 1 pm - Getting started

- Identification and Assessment of ADHD

- ADHD and comorbidities

1 - 1.45 pm - Lunch

1.45 - 3.15pm Managing ADHD

- Psychoeducation and treatment planning

- Non-pharmacological interventions

--- Pharmacological interventions

--- Initiation of medications

--- Monitoring response

3.15 pm-4 pm Panel Discussions and Questions

Morning tea and lunch provided.


Professor David Coghill

Professor Coghill is committed to the development and implementation of evidence-based pathways for ADHD and has been involved in the development of several National and International Clinical guidelines for ADHD. David's research interests include neuroscience, neuropsychology, Neuropsychopharmacology, health services research, implementation science, clinical trials, pharmacovigilance and quality of life. He is the chair of EUNETHYDIS International conferences and is a longstanding member of the executive committee of the European Network for Hyperkinetic Disorders (EUNETHYDIS).

This is an in-person event.

Registrations for this event close at midnight on 10 June 2024. If you want to RSVP after this date, please contact:


Free on site parking.


Please contact RANZCP TAS if you have any questions.

03 6235 1800

Terms and conditions

Cancellation policy

Change of mind cancellations must be made in writing and sent to for a full refund by 10 June.

Cancellations made after 10 June 2023 will not refunded.

COVID safety

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Details of the protocols and requirements will be available on the website and all registrants will be bound by these requirements. The RANZCP reserves the right to update the COVID protocols to ensure the health and safety of participants, including but not limited to event entry requirements. Participants may be excluded if they do not comply with the requirements of the COVID Safety Guidelines and protocols.