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TIRF releases proceedings of the 2012 Drinking and Driving Symposium

The Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) and the Centre for Responsible Drinking are pleased to release the proceedings of the Drinking and Driving Symposium 2012 held in Ottawa, Ontario on May 17th, 2012. This event attracted more than 70 attendees representing 9 jurisdictions across Canada.

The Symposium highlighted a range of strategies used in Canada’s impaired driving framework as well as explored lessons learned from the implementation of a wide range of interventions. Speakers shared their experiences drawn from private, public and community approaches to increase awareness of the risks and change driver behaviours. Speakers included leading academics in research fields relating to driver behaviour, members of law enforcement, educators, legal experts, government representatives and community leaders.

The proceedings describe the various components of Canada’s impaired driving framework and contain eight priority recommendations that arose from discussions. It also briefly highlights some of the scientific evidence to provide context for these recommendations.

Click the link below to download Canada’s Impaired Driving Framework: The Way Forward: Proceedings of The Drinking and Driving Symposium. Copies of the individual presentations delivered at the Symposium are also available online and can be viewed at http://bit.ly/VGiocM.

Canada's Impaired Driving Framework: The Way Foward, Proceedings of the Drinking and Driving Symposium

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