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Rehabilitation of the drinking driver - the past, the present and the future Nickel, W-R

By: Nickel, W-RPublication details: Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety, 2000; T2000, Stockholm, May 22-26, 2000. Paper, Description: 6 sSubject(s): Sweden | Conference | Drunkenness | Offender | Prevention | Recidivist | Method | Addiction | Education | 842Bibl.nr: VTI P4030:15Location: Abstract: One of the major traffic safety problems has always been an extremely high risk potential of the drinking driver combined with an enhanced danger of recidivism. The loss of mobility for the individual driver has become a problem in most civilised societies and has led to a variety of approaches to re-integrate DWI drivers into mobile society. This paper attempts to summarise some of the developments in rehabilitation. The main focus is not to list the relevant and most important research in this field, but facilitate an overall view and orientation and suggest a number of problems to be solved in the future.
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One of the major traffic safety problems has always been an extremely high risk potential of the drinking driver combined with an enhanced danger of recidivism. The loss of mobility for the individual driver has become a problem in most civilised societies and has led to a variety of approaches to re-integrate DWI drivers into mobile society. This paper attempts to summarise some of the developments in rehabilitation. The main focus is not to list the relevant and most important research in this field, but facilitate an overall view and orientation and suggest a number of problems to be solved in the future.

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