Rezach P., Kurechkova V., Zamechnik P., Trepachova M. —
Structure of Drivers´ Rehabilitation Programs and Evaluation of These Programs in the Czech Republic
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Review: The article deals with drivers´ rehabilitation programs. The program is determined for drivers who withdrawn driving licenses for repeatedly traffic offenses or for transport crimes. The program aims to change the behavior and attitudes of dangerous drivers. The program is designed as 4 hours group meetings (6 meetings). The meetings themselves combine education and therapeutic intervention. In this framework, not only is the therapeutic work of instructors used, but also group dynamics. Typical participants of this program are drivers under influence of alcohol or drugs. The rehabilitation program works in most European countries. In the Czech Republic are currently under pilot study. This study presents step by step the structure of drivers´ rehabilitation program in the Czech Republic. This article deals with the possibilities of measuring the program´s effectiveness although. It is always important to consider the possibilities of evaluating such measures in the implementation of any action aimed at changing the behavior and attitudes of an individual.
Keywords: traffic offenders, traffic accidents, driving skills, GDE matrix, traffic safety, evaluation of rehabilitation programs, drivers´rehabilitation programs, fitness for driving, traffic psychological examination, risky behavior
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