ADHD - Reducing time to diagnosis for children and young people: a webinar sharing experiences of using QB Test - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
@Ria and @Lou It's because it's in webinar mode I think. only speakers' video etc is on.
slides and the recording will be shared after the session
any questions for Julie? please send these in via the Q&A function at the bottom of the screen
Qb test can be used for children with learning disabilities and ADHD concerns?
What age groups is it suitable for?
what is the sensitivity and specificity for this test? Also the QB test is expensive so not sure how will it reduce the cost?
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.
What about children excluded from school? Mahima Rupasinghe
Lena Woldmann (ICHP)
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
please share any questions for our panellists. if we don't get to them today will will follow up afterwards.
Are parents advised on reflective clothing that children may be wearing could affect the Qb test scoring? Mahima Rupasinghe
Do you find that some people may hyperfocus during the test, could that cause inaccuracy?
I am interested to know more form Alec. My mail is firstname.lastname@example.org