Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Supporting Researchers with Clinical Development Across the Spectrum of ADHD

Whether a person is struggling to function in the workplace or in their interpersonal relationships, attention deficit/hyperactivity (ADHD) disorder can affect their happiness and success in life. Since the average age of diagnosis for this condition is just 7 years old, clinical trials in this area are controversial. Many symptoms of ADHD can be typical childhood behaviors, so diagnosis and treatment often is difficult.

The American Psychiatric Association (APA) states that five percent of American children have ADHD. Often diagnosed in childhood, this condition can affect focus, concentration, and organizational skills and cause forgetfulness. This is not just a childhood disorder. About four percent of American adults over the age of 18 live with ADHD, often suffering feelings of rejection and frustration because of its symptoms.

With 30+ years of experience in clinical research, Worldwide offers full-service Phase I–Phase IV and real-world evidence clinical research services for studies into ADHD and the world’s most prevalent neurodevelopmental conditions.

Our customers know that Worldwide will provide a stable project team of professionals already deeply experienced in mental health research. They turn to the Worldwide team for experienced insight into their development plan, detailed and expert feasibility analysis, and the capability to deliver their project on time and on budget.