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Prospective study of brief neuropsychological measures to assess crash risk in older primary care patients.

Prospective study of brief neuropsychological measures to assess crash risk in older primary care... Practicing primary care physicians often encounter the difficult clinical situation of evaluating the older driver. We wanted to investigate the relation between self-reported driving behavior, neuropsychological measures, and crash risk to inform the development of a test battery that could predict unsafe driving behavior and was feasible for use by primary care physicians. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice Pubmed

Prospective study of brief neuropsychological measures to assess crash risk in older primary care patients.

The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice , Volume 15 (1): 9 – Nov 29, 2002

Prospective study of brief neuropsychological measures to assess crash risk in older primary care patients.


Abstract

Practicing primary care physicians often encounter the difficult clinical situation of evaluating the older driver. We wanted to investigate the relation between self-reported driving behavior, neuropsychological measures, and crash risk to inform the development of a test battery that could predict unsafe driving behavior and was feasible for use by primary care physicians.

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0893-8652
pmid
11841134

Abstract

Practicing primary care physicians often encounter the difficult clinical situation of evaluating the older driver. We wanted to investigate the relation between self-reported driving behavior, neuropsychological measures, and crash risk to inform the development of a test battery that could predict unsafe driving behavior and was feasible for use by primary care physicians.

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The Journal of the American Board of Family PracticePubmed

Published: Nov 29, 2002

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