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ADHD Remote Technology (ART) study

07 September 2020

We are looking for adults and adolescents (aged 16-60) with ADHD and a comparison group who do not have ADHD. We have developed a set of remote measures to obtain more detailed information, more often, about the wellbeing and behaviours of people with ADHD in their everyday lives, using web-based and wearable technologies.

This 10-week study involves attending two virtual baseline sessions, wearing a Fitbit and using a study Android phone, and completing questionnaires and computer-based tasks.


  • Aged 16 - 60
  • Willing and able to complete self-reported assessments via smartphone
  • Willing to use either their own Android phone or a study Android phone as their only smartphone during the 10-week study period
  • Willing to wear an activity monitor (Fitbit) for the 10-week study period
  • Able to give informed consent for participation
  • Fluent in English

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Ethical approval

This study has been reviewed and given favourable opinion by North East – Tyne & Wear South Research Ethics Committee (REC ref: 20/NE/0034)

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