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Protocol investigating the clinical utility of an objective measure of activity and attention (QbTest) on diagnostic and treatment decision-making in children and young people with ADHD—‘Assessing QbTest Utility in ADHD’ (AQUA): a randomised controlled trial

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  1. Correspondence to Professor Chris Hollis; Chris.hollis{at}nottingham.ac.uk
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Hall CL, Walker GM, Valentine AZ, et al
Protocol investigating the clinical utility of an objective measure of activity and attention (QbTest) on diagnostic and treatment decision-making in children and young people with ADHD—‘Assessing QbTest Utility in ADHD’ (AQUA): a randomised controlled trial

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  • Received October 6, 2014
  • Accepted November 6, 2014
  • First published December 1, 2014.
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December 01, 2014
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