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ADHD - Reducing time to diagnosis for children and young people: a webinar sharing experiences of using QB Test - Shared screen with speaker view
Beth Coyne
08:23
@Ria and @Lou It's because it's in webinar mode I think. only speakers' video etc is on.
Ria Furniss
08:46
Thank you!
Ellie Wharton
14:16
slides and the recording will be shared after the session
Ellie Wharton
22:56
any questions for Julie? please send these in via the Q&A function at the bottom of the screen
Sudipta Sen
25:24
Qb test can be used for children with learning disabilities and ADHD concerns?
Nichola H
26:21
What age groups is it suitable for?
rajendra mahendrakar
33:45
what is the sensitivity and specificity for this test? Also the QB test is expensive so not sure how will it reduce the cost?
Shaun Hopkins
38:24
Cost saving based on a multisite Trial across 7 sites was a median £3.37 per £1 invested. This was through clinical capacity and workforce release and was realised within year.
Mahima Rupasinghe
38:49
What about children excluded from school? Mahima Rupasinghe
Lena Woldmann (ICHP)
39:59
Thank you everyone for your questions, please keep the coming. We are collating them in the background and will answer them in the Q&A part of the session
Ellie Wharton
56:00
please share any questions for our panellists. if we don't get to them today will will follow up afterwards.
Mahima Rupasinghe
01:01:08
Are parents advised on reflective clothing that children may be wearing could affect the Qb test scoring? Mahima Rupasinghe
Helen Honey
01:01:40
Do you find that some people may hyperfocus during the test, could that cause inaccuracy?
Sudipta Sen
01:06:06
I am interested to know more form Alec. My mail is sudiptasen@nhs.net
stuart Lansdell
01:06:25
thank you
Tegan Jackson
01:06:25
Thankyou
Sudipta Sen
01:06:27
thank you
Nicole Finney
01:06:29
Thank you