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Read Dr. Allison E. Curry highlights from her recent commentary for the Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry with Dr. Thomas J. Power on how advancing ADHD-driving research can improve driver safety.
Read more to learn about recent publications from researchers at the Center for Injury Research and Prevention at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Read about a new CHOP study that found teens with a history of ADHD need stronger medical monitoring of health risks, including driver readiness.
In today's post, we highlight recent peer-reviewed publications from CIRP researchers since October 2019.
Read about a new study that compares adverse childhood experiences and family resilience among families of youths with autism spectrum disorders and families of youths with ADHD.
A recent study in the Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry found that ADHD medications do reduce the risk of unintentional injury (and specifically traumatic brain injury) in both children and adolescents, and in both boys and girls. Here's what you need to know.
Read more for our monthly roundup of interesting child injury prevention news.
Read more about CIRP@CHOP's publications since April 2019
Teen drivers diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are significantly more likely to crash, be issued traffic and moving violations, and engage in risky driving behaviors than their peers without ADHD, according to a CHOP study published today in the journal Pediatrics.
In today's post, I share what we learned about recruitment and study design from our recent paper about driving and medications in young individuals with ADHD.