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Am J Psychiatry 1995;152:1243-1243.
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1995 American Psychiatric Association

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The "Position Statement on the Role of Psychiatrists in Assessing Driving Ability" (May 1995 issue, p. 819) was drafted by the joint Subcommittee on Driving of the Council on Psychiatry and Law and the Council on Aging. Members of the subcommittee were as follows: Jeffrey Metzner, M.D., Sally Godard, M.D., Markku Linnoila, M.D., Ph.D., and Paul Appelbaum, M.D. (representing the Council on Psychiatry and Law); and Donald Hay, M.D., Gabe Maletta, M.D., and Andrew Dentino, M.D. (representing the Council on Aging). The statement was subsequently reviewed, approved, and brought forward as a position statement by both the Council on Psychiatry and Law and the Council on Aging. The members of the Council on Aging were listed with the published position statement. The members of the Council on Psychiatry and Law are Paul Appelbaum, M.D. (chairperson), Jeffrey Metzner, M.D. (vice-chairperson), David Barry, M.D., Elissa Benedek, M.D. (member and Board liaison), Steven Hoge, M.D., Raymond Patterson, M.D. (observer-consultant), Richard Bonnie, J.D. (consultant), Mary Marshall Overstreet, J.D., M.D. (consultant), Maxwell Bloche, M.D. (corresponding member), Brian Ladds, M.D. (corresponding member), Philip Resnick, M.D. (corresponding member), Daniel Sprehe, M.D. (Assembly liaison), and David Kabel, D.O. (APA/Burroughs Wellcome Fellow). Richard Bonnie, J.D., played a central role in the drafting of the final position statement.

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