The driver with dementia : a review of the literature.
962367 ST [electronic version only]
Adler, G. Rottunda, S.J. & Dysken, M.W.
American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, Vol. 4 (1996), No. 2 (Spring), p. 110-120, 24 ref.
|Samenvatting||The authors review 10 studies of driving and dementia. They found poor agreement among the researchers with regard to the stage at which a patient with dementia should discontinue driving and the appropriate tools to be used for an assessment of driving skills. They make recommendations for a comprehensive driving assessment and for the clinical management of drivers with dementia. Because the impaired driver is a medical as well as a public safety concern, clinicians and policymakers must work together to address the many problems associated with this issue.|
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