European clinical guidelines for hyperkinetic disorder – first upgrade

@article{Taylor2004EuropeanCG,
  title={European clinical guidelines for
hyperkinetic disorder – first upgrade},
  author={E. Taylor and M. D{\"o}pfner and J. Sergeant and P. Asherson and T. Banaschewski and J. Buitelaar and D. Coghill and M. Danckaerts and A. Rothenberger and E. Sonuga-Barke and H. Steinhausen and A. Zuddas},
  journal={European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={i7-i30}
}
AbstractBackgroundThe validity of clinical guidelines changes over time, because new evidencebased knowledge and experience develop.ObjectiveHence, the European clinical guidelines on hyperkinetic disorder from 1998 had to be evaluated and modified.MethodDiscussions at the European Network for Hyperkinetic Disorders (EUNETHYDIS) and iterative critique of each clinical analysis. Guided by evidence-based information and based on evaluation (rather than metaanalysis) of the scientific evidence a… Expand
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