‌School based interventions for ADHD

This study evaluated non-pharmacological interventions delivered in school settings for children with, or at risk of, ADHD and explored factors that may enhance or limit the effectiveness of these strategies.

PenCRU were part of a large team led by Dr Tamsin Ford and colleagues at the University of Exeter Medical School that carried out a systematic review. One parent from our Family Faculty was involved from the beginning, when we designed the work and applied for the funding, and throughout the research. The charity Cerebra organised a stakeholder forum in Bristol to discuss the emerging findings.

The research has been completed and a full report published in the NIHR Library.

The protocol for this study is available online. The project was registered on Prospero

You can download a school based interventions poster with more information. 

If you would like more information, please contact Darren Moore.

 Stage of research cycle