Do we need an advance directive for driving?

10/9/2012 | GeriPal blog

Advising a patient that they should stop driving because it has become unsafe is a difficult discussion to have, writes Dr. Paul Tatum in GeriPal. An idea that might help is having an advance directive for driving, as proposed by Dr. Marian Betz at the University of Colorado hospital. A directive would designate a trusted person to begin the conversation.

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