1. The recommended first-line treatment for ADHD in adolescents with severe impairment is...
A
B
C
D
Stimulant medication
Psychological treatment
Antidepressant medication
Atomoxetine
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2. How common is ADHD (using DSM-IV criteria) in the UK?
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B
C
D
E
ADHD affects around 5% of children
ADHD affects around 10% of children
ADHD affects around 15% of children
ADHD affects around 20% of children
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3. Which of the following must be present in order for ADHD to be diagnosed?
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B
C
D
E
Negative impact in at least one setting
Problems at school or college
Negative impact in all life areas
Negative impact in at least two settings
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4. ADHD is caused by...
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B
C
D
E
Only genetic factors
Smoking, drinking and substance use by mother during pregnancy
Bad parenting
An interplay of environmental, psychosocial and genetic factors
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5. Approximately, what proportion of children with ADHD have a comorbid disorder?
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B
C
D
E
10%
50%
65%
1%
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6. What is the most common comorbid condition in children with ADHD?
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B
C
D
E
Autistic spectrum disorders
Tics
Disruptive disorders
Anxiety
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7. What special provision is commonly made for individuals with ADHD taking exams?
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B
C
D
E
Assessed coursework instead of exams
Up to 25% extra time
Unsupervised breaks
Shorter papers
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8. During a job interview, a person with ADHD...
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B
C
D
E
Should never speak about their condition
Must disclose their condition, but only if the job involves public interaction
Must disclose their condition regardless of the role
Can usually decide whether or not to disclose
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9. If they know that a person has ADHD, employers have a responsibility to...
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B
C
D
E
Make contact with the employee's GP
Arrange for the employee to have regular reviews by occupational health
Make reasonable adjustments to premises or working practices
Do nothing
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10. What is the approximate prevalence of ADHD in first degree relatives?
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B
C
D
E
20-50%
80-95%
70-80%
10-30%
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11. ADHD mothers who have children with ADHD...
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B
C
D
E
Are more aware of their children's behaviour and therefore are better at monitoring it
Have greater difficulty in problem solving child behavioural issues
Are equally as effective at giving discipline as non-ADHD mothers
Are more effective at giving discipline than non-ADHD mothers
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12. The rate of ADHD in male prisoners is estimated to be...
A
B
C
D
E
80%
30%
10%
5%
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13. According to UK research, by what age have most young people with ADHD disengaged from health services?
A
B
C
D
E
21
18
16
29
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14. Transition of young people with continuing symptoms of ADHD from child to adult services:
A
B
C
D
E
Is organised by the young person and their family
Should be planned between child and adult teams in advance
Is the responsibility of child services to arrange
Is the responsibility of adult services to arrange
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15. Medication for young people with ADHD:
A
B
C
D
E
Cannot be prescribed by a GP/family physician
Is not recommended
Can only be prescribed by an ADHD specialist
Can be prescribed by a GP/family physician but can only be started under the guidance of an ADHD specialist team
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16. NICE recommended psychological management for young people with ADHD that involves:
A
B
C
D
E
Counselling
Coaching
Cognitive behavioural therapy
Neurofeedback
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