Řezáč P., Kurečková V., Zámečník P., Trepáčová —
Structure of driver rehabilitation programs and their evaluation in the Czech Republic
// SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.
– 2017. – ¹ 4.
– P. 10 - 21.
DOI: 10.25136/1339-3057.2017.4.24552 URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=24552
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The article deals with driver rehabilitation programs. This program is intended for drivers whose driving licenses have been revoked for repeated traffic offenses or for transport crimes. This program aims to change the behavior and attitudes of dangerous drivers. The program consists of 6 group meetings, each lasting 4 hours. The meetings themselves combine education and therapeutic intervention. The process includes both, the work of the instructors, as well as group effort. Typical participants of this program are DWI/DUI drivers. The rehabilitation program works in most European countries. In the Czech Republic the program is currently in trial stages. This study presents step-by-step structure of driver rehabilitation program in the Czech Republic. The authors also attempt to assess the efficiency of this program. 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.
traffic offenders, traffic accidents, driving skills, GDE matrix, traffic safety, evaluation of rehabilitation programs, Driver rehabilitation programs, fitness for driving, psychological examination, reckless behavior
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