Dr. Geraldine Brady presents ‘Children’s and parents’ perspectives on ADHD research in Stockholm
Friday 08 April 2016
In her role as Visiting Fellow at Stockholm University Dr Geraldine Brady was the reviewer of a PhD thesis, ‘Lived Parenting in Sensorial Differentness: Exploring Lifeworlds and Networks of Parents with Children who use Cochlear Implants’.
Geraldine led discussion at a seminar on 5 April dedicated to providing feedback on the work of student Elizabeth Adams Lyngbäck, in advance of her Final Reading seminar on 14 April. In a further seminar at the Department of Education Geraldine and Stockholm colleagues presented their research on ‘Children’s and parents’ perspectives on ADHD: a cross-cultural analysis of parent-child relations and the meaning of diagnosis in children’s lives’. They are currently awaiting the outcome of a grant proposal to the Swedish Research Council to fund this research.
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