To earn CME credit, you must read the designated article (page 1) in this issue of CAPN 22(5), 2017 and complete the quiz below, answering at least four of the questions correctly. If you would prefer to print and fax this test, please fax it to Medical Education Resources, Inc.; 1500 W. Canal Ct. Bldg. B, Littleton, CO 80120-6404; Fax: (720) 449-0217.

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CAPN 22(5): CME test for Developmental Changes in ADHD Symptoms Across Early Childhood by Michael Willoughby, Ph.D.

Please identify your answer by checking the appropriate letter that corresponds to your response.

1. This study suggests that most 3-year-olds will not outgrow ADHD symptoms, while most 5-year-olds will outgrow these symptoms.
2. Studies suggest that 50–60% of preschool children who present with ADHD will continue to meet the diagnostic criteria for two years continuance or longer. Which issue may present a limitation to these studies?
3. What parent reported variables may help to predict persistent ADHD symptoms across the early childhood period?
4. To better predict what interventions will be advantageous at which ages, it is important to explore:
5. Which predictor best distinguished “desisters” from “increasers”?

(May be a company name)
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Your evaluation of the CME article will help guide future planning and provide necessary outcomes. Please respond to the following questions.

On a scale of 1-5, with five being the highest, evaluate the effectiveness of the CME Content:

5 4 3 2 1
1. Enhanced my current knowledge base and will help me improve patient care
2. Provided new ideas or information I expect to use
3. Information was relevant to my practice and my educational needs
4. This activity was designed to help the participant master the ABMS/ACGME core competencies of patient care and medical knowledge. How well did this activity address these competencies?
5. Were the educational objectives met? yes no
EO1:
EO2:
6. Please indicate any changes you plan to make in your practice of medicine as a result of information you received from this activity.
5 4 3 2 1
Rate your commitment level to making these changes.
In what time frame do you anticipate making these changes?
Immediately
1-2 months
3-6 months
At some point in the future
yes no
7. Was the activity free of bias for or against any commercial products?
If No, please indicate the topic(s) that were not free from commercial bias.
8. To aid in future planning, please state one or two topics you would like to see addressed in future issues:
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