Is this the cognitive screening test that will be used on older doctors?

An assessment regime for picking up impaired doctors has been declared a success in the US
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A screening assessment, which found 10% of older doctors had cognitive impairments that were a potential risk to patients, should be examined by regulators for use in Australia, a patient safety expert says.

 The Medical Board of Australia announced in 2017 its plan to subject all doctors aged 70 and over to regular health tests to ensure they remain fit to practise.