Dr Andrew Bickle is an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry who works with adults. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Birmingham and completed his psychiatric training in the United Kingdom, becoming a specialist in Forensic Psychiatry, before eventually taking up an academic position at Queen’s University, Ontario. He is a Fellow of both the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the Royal College of Psychiatrists (UK). Dr Bickle was struck by the importance of ADHD in his practice, especially to the successful functioning of his patients, and pursued training with the UK Adult ADHD Network in his earlier career. He is now a Board Member of the Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance – an organization that provides physicians across Canada with scientifically-supported guidelines for diagnosing and treating ADHD – and serves on CADDRA’s Education Committee. Dr Bickle lectures on ADHD on a graduate course he co-ordinates as well as in resident training and is engaged in research on impulsivity and neurostimulation. He is a strong advocate for emphasizing ADHD in the training of healthcare professionals.