Participant Feedback and Satisfaction with the UQDRIVE Groups for Driving Cessation

@article{Gustafsson2011ParticipantFA,
  title={Participant Feedback and Satisfaction with the UQDRIVE Groups for Driving Cessation},
  author={Louise Gustafsson and Jacki Liddle and Shunwei Lua and Melanie F Hoyle and Nancy A Pachana and Geoffrey K Mitchell and Kryss T McKenna},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy},
  year={2011},
  volume={78},
  pages={110 - 117}
}
Background. Driving cessation can lead to negative consequences, such as depression and reduced social activities. Purpose. The University of Queensland Driver Retirement Initiative (UQDRIVE) intensive support program is a six-week program to assist older people with driving cessation. Methods. Fifty-five participants completed a survey of satisfaction with the program, including identification of the aspects of the program that were useful and they had applied in real life. Findings. There was… CONTINUE READING

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