Dr Joe Johnson leads the Adult ADHD Service of the North West Boroughs
NHS Trust. Dr Johnson has over 15 years of consultant experience of
working in acute and community psychiatry, and also in prison settings;
assessing and managing all common mental health conditions.
Having completed his higher training in Psychiatry from the University of
Liverpool, he took up a Consultant post at the North West Boroughs NHS
Trust in February 2005. He set up the Adult ADHD service at the Trust in
2009, and has since been heading this service, which is one of the biggest
ADHD service providers in the Northwest. He is the Northwest lead for the
national organisation UKAAN (UK Adult ADHD Network). He has been
involved in a multi centre clinical trial in adult ADHD, fully funded by the
University of Manchester. He has delivered ADHD training programmes to a
variety of professionals including psychiatrists, GPs, nurses, occupational
therapists, probation officers and other practitioners in mental health across
the UK, and has also been invited to speak at national and international
conferences. Dr Johnson is a trustee of the ADHD Foundation, a charitable
organisation which works with ADHD sufferers.
Dr Aung Tint
Dr. Aung Tint is a Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in adult ADHD. He has worked as a consultant in adult ADHD in the private sector at the Priory hospital in Altrincham, Manchester from 2007 till 2012. He has worked as an sole provider for adult ADHD service in Warrington, St Helens, and Salford through CCG shared care contracts till 2012. He is currently the sole provider of the Adult ADHD service to Salford Clinical commissioning Group. He also works in the Cheshire and Wirral NHS Trust as a consultant psychiatrist in adult mental health.
Dr Tint has had extensive training and experience in ADHD in children as well as in adults, having worked at ADHD service at Booth Hall children’s hospital, Child and adolescent drug service at Prestwich Hospital as a senior trainee from 2001 through to 2005, before working as a consultant in adult ADHD. He takes part actively in continuing professional development in specialty of adult ADHD. He is an active member of the North West ADHD peer group. He also participates in research and audit related to adult mental health and adult ADHD.
He is registered with the General Medical Council, UK and he is on the specialist register. He has publication in major peer review journals in UK and Europe.