Congress History

6th World Congress on ADHD - 2017

The 6th World Congress on ADHAD was held 20-23 April 2917 in Vancouver, Canada. With delegates from more than 60 countries world wide the Vancouver meeting continues the succesful development of the World Congress on ADHD. New formats like the Late Breaking Discussion Theatre as well as the Grand Round have been well attended and been extremly positive responsed by the audience.

5th World Congress on ADHD – 2015

The 5th World Congress on ADHD was held 28 – 31 May 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland.

A very well attended meeting with delegates from 64 countries. We, at the board, received very positive feedbacks on the program ... read more

4th World Congress on ADHD – 2013

The 4th World Congress - From Childhood to Adult Desease - was held from 6-9 June 2013 in Milan, Italy.

More than 2,000 delegates from 87 countries joined the congress, this was a great success. Several delegates commented with us about their satisfaction with the
program. We are not afraid to say that it was the highlight of the congress ... read more

3rd International Congress on ADHD – 2011

The 3rd International Congress on ADHD – From childhood to adult disease took place in Berlin, Germany, 26-29 May 2011. The congress promoted an excellent collection of scientific sessions based on suggestions of the members of the international Scientific Programme Committee ... read more

2nd International Congress on ADHD – 2009

The 2nd International Congress on ADHD was held from 21 - 24 May 2009 in the Hofburg in Vienna, Austria. The charm of this city rich in history and culture, the famous “Viennese School of Medicine” and many extraordinary hot spots made the congress in the heart of the city a spectacular event. This congress followed the 1st Congress in Würzburg more

1st International Congress on ADHD – 2007

The combined congress of the 39th International Danube Symposium and 1st International Congress on ADHD in Würzburg has presented high quality scientific sessions, starting on 2 June, 2007 with the Opening Lecture on the Asperger's Syndrome by Professor Helmut Remschmidt, Germany... read more