Protocol for Candrive II/Ozcandrive, a multicentre prospective older driver cohort study.

@article{Marshall2013ProtocolFC,
  title={Protocol for Candrive II/Ozcandrive, a multicentre prospective older driver cohort study.},
  author={Shawn C. Marshall and Malcolm Man-Son-Hing and Michel B{\'e}dard and Judith Charlton and Sylvain Gagnon and Isabelle G{\'e}linas and Sjaan Koppel and Nicol Korner-Bitensky and Jim Langford and Barbara Mazer and Anita M. Myers and Gary Naglie and Jan Polgar and Michelle M. Porter and Mark J Rapoport and Holly Anna Tuokko and Brenda Vrkljan and Andrew Woolnough},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2013},
  volume={61},
  pages={245-52}
}
The Candrive II/Ozcandrive study, a multicentre prospective cohort study examining the predictive validity of tools for assessing fitness to drive, aims to develop an in-office screening tool that will help clinicians identify older drivers who may be unsafe to drive. This paper describes the study protocol. We are following a cohort of drivers aged ≥70 years for up to 4 years. Starting in 2009, 928 participants have been recruited in seven cities in four Canadian provinces, as well as 302… CONTINUE READING
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