Publications: National Programme Office for Traffic Medicine

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Is driver licensing restriction for age-related medical conditions an effective mechanism to improve driver safety without unduly impairing mobility?

Published: 18 December, 2015
Category: Research
Topic: Traffic Medicine
Author: National Programme Office for Traffic Medicine

The aim of this literature review was to analyse how the term “restrictive licensing” is defined in the literature, and to determine the effectiveness of this mechanism in improving driver safety.

Literature Review PubMed 2014/15 to support Slainte agus Tiomaint 2015 – 5th Edition due April 2016

Published: 18 October, 2015
Category: Reviews and Reports
Topic: Traffic Medicine
Author: National Programme Office for Traffic Medicine

The RCPI Working Group on Traffic considers the evidence of standards to be set by Sláinte agus Tiomáint Medical Fitness to Drive Guidelines 2016

Traffic Medicine.

On-Road Driving Assessment (ORDA) Information

Published: 18 August, 2015
Category: Reviews and Reports
Topic: Traffic Medicine
Author: National Programme Office for Traffic Medicine

Information about On-Road Driving Assessment Services currently operating in Ireland.

Irish roadway

General practitioner attitudes and practices in medical fitness to drive in Ireland

Published: 18 June, 2015
Category: Research
Topic: Traffic Medicine
Author: National Programme Office for Traffic Medicine

This study aimed to investigate current attitudes, resources and practices of GPs towards evaluating medical fitness to drive prior to the publication of comprehensive national guidelines.

Doctor working on computer.

Literature Review PubMed 2013/14 to support Slainte agus Tiomaint 2015 – 4th Edition March 2015

Published: 18 October, 2014
Category: Reviews and Reports
Topic: Traffic Medicine
Author: National Programme Office for Traffic Medicine

RCPI Working Group on Traffic Review 2014: In consideration of the evidence of standards to be set by Sláinte agus Tiomáint Medical Fitness to Drive Guidelines 2015

Traffic Medicine.