- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: legal and ethical aspectsD M Foreman
Berkshire Mental Health NHS Trust, University of Reading and the Institute of Psychiatry at the Maudsley, Skimped Hill Health Centre, Market Square, Bracknell RG12 1LH, UK
Arch Dis Child 91:192-4. 2006..Particular care needs to be taken with confidentiality and consent, the limits of which are currently confused. The model worked well with everyday ethical problems, though more difficult cases required careful individual scrutiny...
- The association between hyperkinesis and breakdown of parenting in clinic populationsD M Foreman
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, Skimped Hill Health Centre, Bracknell, UK
Arch Dis Child 90:245-8. 2005..Despite the distress routinely observed among the parents of hyperactive children, there is little research on this in clinic populations...
- Exploring the clinical utility of the Development And Well-Being Assessment (DAWBA) in the detection of hyperkinetic disorders and associated diagnoses in clinical practiceDavid Foreman
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Nobles Hospital, Isle of Man, UK
J Child Psychol Psychiatry 50:460-70. 2009....
- Nurse-delivered and doctor-delivered care in an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder follow-up clinic: a comparative study using propensity score matchingDavid M Foreman
The Isle of Man, Government and Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
J Adv Nurs 67:1341-8. 2011..We therefore undertook a direct comparison of nurse-delivered and doctor-delivered attention deficit hyperactivity disorder care in an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder follow-up clinic...
- How should we measure social disadvantage in clinic settings?D M Foreman
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, Skimped Hill Health Centre, Market Square, Bracknell RG12 1LH, UK
Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 12:308-12. 2003..Despite a large research literature supporting their validity, deprivation indices derived from census data have not been routinely applied to clinic populations...
- Is clinic prevalence of ICD-10 hyperkinesis underestimated? Impact of increasing awareness by a questionnaire screen in an UK clinicD M Foreman
Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Keele University, Hartshill Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom
Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 10:130-4. 2001..This was independent of any other change in the sample or clinic staff. We conclude that insensitive assessment may be responsible for low rates of diagnosis of ICD-10 hyperkinesis in secondary care clinics...