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NICHQ Vanderbilt Assessment Scales

This pdf includes multiple screeners to assist in diagnosing ADHD.These scales should NOT be used alone to make any diagnosis.You must take into consideration information from multiple sources.

What ADHD Feels Like

This video, created by BuzzFeed, shows interviews with real-life people and their experiences with ADHD.

ACE Screening

Routine and universal Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) screening helps clinical teams provide more effective and equitable health care. Screening results can be used to provide targeted clinical interventions, as well as offer greater compassion, patience, and the...

NIDA Quick Screen

This guide is designed to assist clinicians serving adult patients in screening for drug use. The NIDA Quick Screen was adapted from the single-question screen for drug use in primary care by Saitz et al. and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism’s...

Intimate Partner Violence Screening Tools

Intimate partner violence (IPV) screening remains controversial. Major medical organizations mandate screening, whereas the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) cautions that there is insufficient evidence to recommend for or against screening. An effective...

GAD-7 Screening

The Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ) and GAD-7 offer clinicians concise, self-administered screening and diagnostic tools for mental health disorders, which have been field-tested in office practice. The screeners are quick and user-friendly, improving the...

Suicide Prevention Protocol Development Guide for Primary Care

Suicide is a leading cause of death, and roughly 50% of patients who complete suicide have been seen by a health care provider in the 8 weeks prior to their death. This places primary care providers in an important position to identify suicide risk and initiate...

Pleasant Activities

This tool can be used by patients and providers to identify positive and productive activities for mental well being.