AFTD

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AcronymDefinition
AFTDAssociation for Frontotemporal Dementias
AFTDAmerican Federation of Teachers (union)
AFTDAssessing Fitness to Drive (National Transport Commission; Australia; driver health program)
AFTDAdvanced File Type Device (NetWorker)
AFTDAlien from the Darkness (Hentai movie)
AFTDAviation Flight Test Directorate (US DoD)
AFTDAmerican Foreign Trade Definition
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The overall percentages and frequencies of the attitudes of cardiologists toward assessing fitness to drive for different cardiovascular diseases are shown in Table 1 and Figure 1.
It seems highly essential to divide the CVD into separate chapters when assessing fitness to drive and update them frequently.
Assessing Fitness to drive: a guide for medical professionals.
Dvla external communications team is currently working on the next phase of the drivers medical campaign and is looking to carry out research with medical professionals, around the awareness and use of the online guide assessing fitness to drive (af2d) - a guide for medical professionals.
Speaking about the changes, the AOP's professional advisor, Henry Leonard, explained: "This is a helpful step forward and we are now working to get some further revisions made to the DVLA's Visual disorders: assessing fitness to drive advice.
The findings suggest that occupational therapists need to consider the effects of AEDs when assessing fitness to drive in persons with seizures.
Lord Whitty, minister for roads, said: "The present arrangements for assessing fitness to drive large vans and small lorries have caused widespread concern.
Assessing Fitness to Drive is a joint publication of the National Transport Commission (NTC) and Austroads, and includes standards for private and commercial drivers of heavy vehicles, light vehicles and motor bikes.
Nick Koukoulas, Chief Executive of Austroads, said doctors and other health professionals use Assessing Fitness to Drive to advise driver licensing authorities about how their patients health and medical conditions might affect their ability to drive.
Austroads is responsible for publication and distribution of Assessing Fitness to Drive, and will host the electronic version on their website from today.
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