Final Programme 2019

17 WORLD FEDERATION SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME Friday, 26 April 2019 PL-01 Plenary Session 08:30–10:30 Auditorium I Long-term benefits and potential risks of medical treat- ments for ADHD Chairs: J. K. Buitelaar, The Netherlands A. Warnke, Germany PL-01-001 ADHD medication and health related out- comes in the Hong Kong medical registers I. Wong, Hong Kong PL-01-002 ADHD medication and health-related problems in the Swedish medical registers H. Larsson, Sweden PL-01-003 Safety of drugs used in the treatment of ADHD during pregnancy and lactation A. Ornoy, Israel PL-01-004 What is lacking for longitudinal studies to be really informative on the ADHD long- term outcomes? J. Swanson, USA 10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break LN-01 Late Breaking News 10:30–11:00 Pavilion 4 Chairs: A. Caye, Brazil K. Ellison, USA LN-01-001 Individual differences versus the average patient: Mapping the heterogeneity in ADHD using nornative models J. K. Buitelaar, The Netherlands (Supported by an unrestricted grant from MEDICE) RT-01 Round Table 11:00–12:30 Auditorium I Grand-round: Managing ADHD in pre-scholars Presenter: G. Polanczyk, Brazil Discussants: M. Danckaerts, Belgium E. Sonuga-Barke, United Kingdom P-01 Guided Poster Tour 14:30–16:00 Pavilion 5 Aetiology Chair: S. Faraone, USA P-01-001 Traumatic stress during pregnancy caused by a natural disaster and the risk of ADHD in children: The case of Aila Cyclone T. Hanc, Poland R. Chakraborty, S. Koziel P-01-002 Predicting ADHD symptoms outcomes at 5 years of age: Findings from birth cohort study R. Nakahara, Japan T. Nishimura, K. J. Tsuchiya P-01-003 Circadian gene expression in human dermal fibroblasts is altered by different synchronization methods D. Palm, Germany A. Uzoni, J. Thome, F. Faltraco P-01-004 Hypothalamic- pituitary-adrenal axis’ activ- ity in ADHD patients A. Alvim-Soares, Brazil P. Pereira, D. Souza-Costa, G. Chequer, D. Rosa, C. Santan, T. Elcurry Silva, E. Sacramento, M. Romano-Silva, D. Miranda P-01-005 ADHD and early childhood residential care: A study case about the consequences of the first years’ lack of affect R. Lineros Linero, Spain C. Garcia Ribeiro, L. Martín García, J. Lull Carmona, J. J. Ortiz Guerra P-01-006 Sub-clinical Iodine deficiency: An impor- tant player in ADHD A. F. Sá Carneiro, Portugal S. Norberto, V. Cruz Fernandes, M. Luz Maia, E. Pinto, D. Pestana, A. Almeida, O. Queirós, R. Coelho, C. Calhau, M. Figueiredo-Braga P-01-007 Neurophysiological treatment of primitive preborn reflexes and their importance to child and adolescent psychiatry R. Meyers, Germany

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