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" If you do not manage to persuade patients to stop driving, or you are given or find evidence that a patient is continuing to drive contrary to advice, you should disclose relevant medical information immediately, in confidence, to the medical adviser... "
Practical Diabetes - Page 147
by David Levy - 1999 - 189 pages
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Confidentiality and Mental Health

Christopher Cordess - 2001 - 207 pages
...to do so. You should advise patients not to drive until the second opinion has been obtained. 4. 1f patients continue to drive when they are not fit to...stop. This may include telling their next of kin. 5. 1f you do not manage to persuade patients to stop driving, or you are given or find evidence that...
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Clinical Negligence

Malcolm Khan, Michelle Robson - 2001 - 578 pages
...patients to do so. You should advise patients not to drive until the second opinion has been obtained. 4. If patients continue to drive when they are not fit...to stop. This may include telling their next of kin 5. If you do not manage to persuade patients to stop driving, or you are given or find evidence that...
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Practical Management of Dementia: A Multi-professional Approach, Page 895

Stephen Curran, John Wattis - 2004 - 237 pages
...should explain to patients that they have a legal duty to inform the DVLA about the condition. • If patients continue to drive when they are not fit to do so, every reasonable effort should be made to persuade them to stop. This may include telling their next...
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Oxford Handbook of Psychiatry

David Semple, Roger Smyth, Jonathan Burns, Rajan Darjee, Andrew McIntosh - 2005 - 953 pages
...patients to do so. You should advise patients not to drive until the second opinion has been obtained. • If patients continue to drive when they are not fit...next of kin. • If you do not manage to persuade patients to stop driving, or you are given or find evidence that a patient is continuing to drive contrary...
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Clinical Forensic Medicine: A Physician's Guide

Margaret M. Stark - 2007 - 438 pages
...advice (eg, because of dementia), the doctor should inform the licensing authority immediately (15). If patients continue to drive when they are not fit to do so, the doctor should make every reasonable effort to persuade them to stop, which may include informing...
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Medical Ethics and Law: The Core Curriculum

R. A. Hope, Julian Savulescu, Judith Hendrick - 2008 - 270 pages
...their ability to drive, and explain that they have a legal duty to inform the DVLA about the condition. If patients continue to drive when they are not fit...every reasonable effort to persuade them to stop. If you do not manage to persuade patients to stop driving, or you are given or find evidence that a...
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