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Listing of UK and International ADD/ADHD or linked disorders projects which compensate participants. Please note that the following projects are not organised or endorsed by and that they are listed purely for information purposes. The details are posted here in good faith and we cannot guarantee the validity or otherwise of these projects. We recommend that you make your own investigations before participating, as we cannot be held responsible for any problems you may have. You have a great opportunity to enjoy a custom research paper at EssayLib professional writing company. It will be written from scratch by experienced writers.

University Of Southampton

UK Research Project - Posted October 15th 2012

Are you the mother of a child aged between 6 and 11 years old who has a
primary diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)?

This is a unique opportunity to participate in a UK-wide research study to help identify way in which parents of children with ADHD can be better supported by professionals to plan interventions that are best suited to the needs of children and their parents.

I am Bryony Almond, a Trainee Educational Psychologist at the University of Southampton with a strong interest in supporting parents of children with ADHD. I hope that this research will help develop a better understanding of the links between mothersí views of their childís difficult behaviour and their preferences for three different interventions currently available for ADHD.

If you have a child who has been formally diagnosed with ADHD (hyperactive, inattentive, or combined-type) and is between 6 and 11 years old, I would like to invite you to take part in this research. Your participation would involve completing a questionnaire that should take you no longer than 35 minutes.

Everyone who takes part in the study will be given the chance to enter a prize draw to win one of 10 £25 shopping vouchers. You would be playing a vital role in contributing to psychological research in supporting children with ADHD and their parents.

If you are willing to take part, please visit the online questionnaire via the secure University-based website at your convenience ( If you would prefer to complete a paper version of the questionnaire, please contact me via email and I will post the questionnaire pack to you with a stamped addressed envelope. You are welcome to request a summary of the research findings once the study is completed.

This research is supervised by Dr Hanna Kovshoff, Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Southampton.

Your help with this research is greatly appreciated.

Many thanks in anticipation

Bryony Almond
Doctorate in Educational Psychology
University of Southampton

Canadian Research Project - Posted September 20th 2012

My name is Diane Miller from Self Care Catalysts, a patient-centric health research, strategy, and solutions company. We are conducting research on ADHD among young adults in Canada, specifically those attending or planning to attend college or university. We are also conducting interviews among healthcare professionals such as College/University Counsellors who provide support to students with ADHD.

Participation will involve a 45-minute phone interview between followed by 5 days of journal-writing (10 minutes per day). Participants will be compensated for their time. The identity of all respondents will remain confidential, and all interview responses will be aggregated into one report.

Best regards,

Diane Miller
Patient Advocate and Health Researcher
Self Care Catalysts Inc.
MaRS Centre, South Tower Ste 300
101 College St. Toronto, ON M5G 1L7

T 416-673-6673 C 289-936-9378

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