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Students with ADHD, you are important, and we need to hear your voice

6 Apr 2021

The project, "Emerging adults with ADHD transition experience from high school to University", is being undertaken as part of a Masters Project (Masters of Guidance and Counselling). Your voice is important because it is crucial to understanding the experiences of emerging adults with ADHD during the transition from high school to university. The focus is on the support strategies and processes that were or were not experienced. Your contribution to this project will help to better understand this phenomenon and the support needs for students.

Would you like to participate?

  • Are you over the age of 18?
  • In your first year of University?
  • Enrolled and attending University immediately following either state or private secondary school completion for a minimum of 6 months?
  • Received a diagnosis of ADHD (of any type) before the age of 14?
  • Was ADHD the primary diagnosis?

If you've answered "yes" to all of the above questions, the research team would like to hear from you.

Participation involves an interview of approximately 1 – 1.5 hours of your time.

The interview will take place at a time and venue that is convenient to you or via teleconference if this is your preference. All participation is confidential, and more information will be sent to students who are interested.

If you are interested in participating, please contact Bee Warman at USQ.

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