12:00 noon CDT | via Zoom Webinar
"Traumatic brain injury-related attention deficits: Findings and insights from controlled treatment trials of lisdexamfetamine dimesylate"
At the conclusion of the seminar, audience members
• will be able to distinguish between acquired attention deficits that occur in response to traumatic brain injury and the attention deficits that often are present in psychosis.
• will be able to discuss treatment responses of TBI-induced attention deficits to indirect catecholamine agonists
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The webinar can be viewed below:
VUMC Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Mar 12 Psychiatry Grand Rounds | Tramontana
This talk is sponsored by the
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
This educational activity received no commercial support.
Grand Rounds Enrichment Discussion
For a deeper understanding of the topic ahead of Dr. Tramontana's talk, please join Dr. Ariel Deutch on Wednesday March 10 on Zoom as he delves a little deeper into the subject matter. The article for discussion for this week can be found here:
Secondary Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents 5 to 10 Years After Traumatic Brain Injury
by Megan E. Narad, PhD; Megan Kennelly, BS; Nanhua Zhang, PhD; Shari L. Wade, PhD; Keith Owen Yeates, PhD;H. Gerry Taylor, PhD; Jeffery N. Epstein, PhD; Brad G. Kurowski, MD, MS