Dobbs, B. M. (2015). Medical conditions and driving. In A. Smiley (Ed.), Human factors in traffic safety (3rd ed., pp. 299−322). Tucson, AZ: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.
Charles, L., Triscott, J., & Dobbs, B. (2015). Common problems in the elderly. In P. Paulman & R. Taylor (Eds.), Family medicine (pp. 1−20). New York, NY: Springer International Publishing.Triscott, J., Mercer, S., Tian, P. G., & Dobbs, B. (2015). Retroperitoneal haematoma associated with enoxaparin use in an elderly woman with chronic kidney disease. BMJ Case Reports. doi: 10.1136/bcr-2015-211699
Triscott, J. A. C., Dobbs, B. M., Mckay, R. M., Babenko, O., & Triscott, E. (2015). Prevalance and types of anemia and associations with functional decline in geriatric inpatients. Journal of Frailty and Aging, 4(1), 7−12.
Charles, L., Dobbs, B., Triscott, J., & McKay, R. (2014). Care of the Elderly Program at the University of Alberta: Meeting the challenges of treating an aging population. Canadian Family Physician, 60, e521–e526.
Charles, L., Triscott, J. A, Dobbs, B. M, & McKay, R. (2014). Geriatric core competencies for family medicine curriculum and enhanced skill: Care of the elderly. Canadian Geriatrics Journal, 17(2), 53−62.
Charles, L. A., Dobbs, B. M., McKay, R. M., Babenko, O., & Triscott, J. A. C. (2014). Training of specialized geriatric physicians to meet the needs of an aging population – a unique care of the elderly physician program in Canada. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 62, 1390−1392.
Parmar, J., Dobbs, B., McKay, R., Kirwan, C., Cooper, T., Marin, A., & Gupta, N. (2014). Diagnosis and management of dementia in primary care: Exploratory study. Canadian Family Physician, 60(5), 457−465.Dobbs, B.M., McNeil, D., Saini, A (2014). Toolkit for the early identification of mental health disorders in seniors. Edmonton, Alberta.
Janke, F., Dobbs, B. M., McKay, R., Linsdell, M., & Babenko, O. (2013). Family medicine residents’ risk of adverse motor vehicle events: A comparison between rural and urban residency placements. Canadian Medical Education Journal, 4(2), e28−e40.
Dobbs, B. M., & Shergill, S. S. (2013). How effective is the Trail Making Test (Part A and B) in identifying cognitively impaired drivers? Age and Ageing, 42(5), 577−581.Dobbs, B. M. (2012). The new older driver in the United States and Canada: Changes and challenges. In J. Coughlin & L. Ambrosio (Eds.), Aging America and transportation: Personal choices and public policy (pp. 119−136). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
Dobbs, B. M., & Schopflocher, D. (2011). Evaluating the SIMARD MD a new screening tool to identify cognitively impaired drivers: A leap forward. Journal of Primary Care and Community Health, 2(2), 136−137.
Classen, S., Eby, D. E., Molnar, L. J., Dobbs, B. M., & Winter, S. M. (2011). Transportation and aging: Exploring stakeholders’ perspectives on advancing safe mobility. South Africa Journal of Occupational Therapy, 41(3), 18-24.
Dobbs, B. M., & Schopflocher, S. (2010). A new screening tool for the identification of cognitively impaired medically at-risk drivers: The SIMARD a modification of the DemTect. Journal of Primary Care and Community Health, 1(2), 119−127.
Dobbs, B. M., Zirk, H., & Daly, S. (2009). Tackling a tough issue: Strategies for identifying, assessing, and supporting drivers with a dementia in the primary care setting. The Canadian Review of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias, 12(1), 13−21.
Dobbs, B. M., Harper, L. A., & Wood, A. (2009). Transitioning from driving to driving cessation: The role of specialized driving cessation support groups for individuals with dementia. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, 25(1), 73−86.
Dobbs, B. M. (2008). Aging baby boomers − a blessing or challenge for driver licensing authorities. Traffic Injury Prevention, 9(4), 379−386.