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Use of video technology and GPS as a tool for driver education – a preliminary investigation with older drivers
(Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, 2004)
Driver education programs have traditionally taken two general forms: in-classroom or in-vehicle. This study explores a variation on traditional in-vehicle driver education programs by using video technology instead of a ...
Speed and acceleration patterns of younger and older drivers
(Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, 2006)
Driving and aging is an area that is receiving more research attention. Most studies have been epidemiological or laboratory-based. Few studies have examined in-vehicle performance, and those that do usually rely on the ...
The use of a naturalistic driving route for characterizing older drivers
(Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, 2012)
Although the vast majority of older drivers are safe, there are some older drivers who are at risk of crashes due to health-related changes in functional status. For licensing agencies worldwide it is a challenge to ...
The effect of a new road safety device with auditory alerts on older drivers
(Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, 2008)
The purpose of this study was to examine a newly designed road safety device as used by older drivers. The Otto Driving Companion (Persen Technologies, Winnipeg, MB) is a portable device that provides drivers with "instant ...
Pilot study: Can older inactive adults learn how to reach the required intensity of physical activity guideline?
(Dove Press, 2013-04-30)
Most individuals do not reach the recommended physical activity level of at least 150 minutes of aerobic exercise (AE) at moderate-to-vigorous intensity per week. For example, only 13% of older Canadian adults reach World ...
Older driver estimates of driving exposure compared to in-vehicle data in the Candrive II study
(Taylor and Francis, 2015-01)
OBJECTIVE: Most studies on older adults' driving practices have relied on self-reported information. With technological advances it is now possible to objectively measure the everyday driving of older adults in their own ...
Programs for improving the safety of older drivers
(Canadian Geriatrics Society Journal of CME, 2015-04-30)
Naturalistic Driving Patterns of Older Adults Before and After Cataract Surgery
(Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology, 2018-10)
Background. Cataract surgery can have many benefits for older adults, including enabling continued driving. However, it is not known how objectively measured driving patterns change after cataract surgery. Objective. The ...
An examination of the concordance between self-reported collisions, driver records, and insurance claims in older drivers
(Journal of Safety Research, 2018-12)
Background Previous studies of older drivers have found that there are discrepancies between their retrospective self-reports of collisions and the official jurisdictional record. Objectives The purpose of this study was ...