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Benefits of short educational programmes in preventing drink-driving recidivism: A ten-year follow-up randomised controlled trial

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Favre, Nadia
Perez, Brigitte
Baertschi, Alice
Published in International Journal of Drug Policy. 2016, vol. 32, p. 70-76
Abstract One fifth of drivers convicted of drink-driving for the first time will be convicted again for the same offence in subsequent years. Lecture-based educational programmes are believed to reduce recidivism. Little is known about the modalities of enhancing the benefits of such programs.
Keywords AdolescentAdultAgedAlcohol Drinking/blood/prevention & controlBlood Alcohol ContentCriminalsDriving Under the Influence/prevention & controlFemaleFollow-Up StudiesHealth Education/methodsHumansMaleMiddle AgedRecidivism/prevention & controlTime FactorsYoung Adult
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VAUCHER, Paul et al. Benefits of short educational programmes in preventing drink-driving recidivism: A ten-year follow-up randomised controlled trial. In: International Journal of Drug Policy, 2016, vol. 32, p. 70-76. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:111190

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