We are looking for volunteers who have had a Stroke and were driving regularly at the time of their stroke to participate in a study using the Stroke Drivers Screening Assessment (SDSA).
The SDSA is a cognitive screening tool used to determine whether those who have had a stroke maintain the cognitive abilities necessary to drive safely.
The study consists of investigating the implementation issues for the SDSA. It is divided into 2 parts:
Part 1 involves a health professional volunteer administering the SDSA to a stroke volunteer. Whilst being observed and video recorded.
Part 2 involves each participant, after the observation, being interviewed separately on their experience and opinions of the SDSA, this will be voice recorded.
No on-road testing will take place in this study and participation will not impact upon possession of a person’s driving licence.
For further information please contact the Researcher: Rebecca Cramp, MSc Student in Rehabilitation Psychology , The University of Nottingham
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