Tag Archives: Drivers With Dementia

Driving With Dementia or Mild Cognitive Impairment (EBMH / The Mental Elf / Canadian Geriatrics Journal)

Summary A review the current guidelines and evidence relating to driving and dementia (and driving with mild cognitive impairment) which is intended to help clinicians offer advice and make decisions about driving safety. The assessment tools / strategies available are … Continue reading

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Driving and Dementia: Rights and Responsibilities (BBC News / BMA / DTSC / Alzheimers Australia)

Summary A review of the guidelines for GPs concerning advice given to patients about driving in the early stages of dementia is required, according to Dr Peter Holden speaking at the British Medical Association’s annual conference. A delicate balance has … Continue reading

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Driving and Dementia: Some Considerations (JRCPE)

Summary This editorial article in the Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh explores some of the ethical, social, political, medical and practical issues surrounding the rights of people with dementia with respect to driving. Full Text Link … Continue reading

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