Webinar

The ADHD Masterclass Lecture Series – A Comprehensive Guide

Date

On demand

Location

Online

Organised by

The Academy by Psyche Scene

Delivery

Online

A series of 3-part video webinars where Dr Sanil Rege FRANZCP provides a comprehensive guide to diagnosing and managing ADHD.

With evidence-based, case-study-packed lectures spanning from low to high complexity and covering comorbidities like sleep and pain, this masterclass offers 7.5 CPD hours that will transform the way you approach ADHD and psychiatry. 

Develop your expertise in ADHD guidelines, diagnosis, and management through this comprehensive, evidence-based, and accredited course.

This program is made for healthcare professionals eager to broaden their knowledge and skills, equipping them to excel in the dynamic realm of ADHD clinical practice guideline.

Upon completion of this course, you will be well-versed in the ADHD clinical practice guidelines and equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to make a positive impact in the lives of individuals affected by ADHD. 

Accredited and aligned with international ADHD guidelines. 

Speaker

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Dr Sanil Rege

Dr Sanil Rege FRANZCP is an educator and consultant psychiatrist with extensive experience in ADHD management for over 10 years. Dr. Rege brings a wealth of experience in community, inpatient, addiction, and C-L Psychiatry.

Dr Rege has made significant contributions to the field through his numerous written works on the neurobiology, diagnosis, and management of ADHD, along with associated comorbidities. These articles have been widely read and have received over 300,000 views.

Dr Sanil Rege FRANZCP is an educator and consultant psychiatrist with extensive experience in ADHD management for over 10 years. Dr. Rege brings a wealth of experience in community, inpatient, addiction, and C-L Psychiatry.

Dr Rege has made significant contributions to the field through his numerous written works on the neurobiology, diagnosis, and management of ADHD, along with associated comorbidities. These articles have been widely read and have received over 300,000 views.

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