The co-design of a psychoeducational complex intervention for children and young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)


The study team have created a prototype of an ADHD psychoeducation 'magazine' for young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The term 'magazine' is used as information is provided in the form of activities often found in children's magazines. The resource is aimed at primary school-aged children with ADHD. This study aims to improve the current prototype of the psychoeducation magazine by adopting a co-design methodology (that is, to design the magazine with the young people, for the young people with input from key stakeholders: parents/guardians). A psychoeducation magazine is a magazine that educates an individual about a specific condition (e.g. ADHD). Information may include what ADHD stands for, what it means, how to explain the diagnosis to friends and family etc.

Keywords: ADHD, Psychoeducation, Children, Patient education, self-management
Academic units: Faculty of Science, Technology and Arts (STA) > Research Centres > Cultural, Communication and Computing Research Institute (C3RI) > Arts and Design Research Centre (ADRC)
Funder NameGrant NumberFunder ID
University of SheffieldUNSPECIFIED
Copyright Holders: University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University
Publisher of the data: SHU Research Data Archive (SHURDA)
Publication date: 27 January 2021
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Reason(s) for restriction and conditions for access: Patients and family members are accustomed to taking part in research where their data is not (and will not be) accessible by anyone outside of the immediate research team.


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