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Work Package 0 - Administration
Deliverable NameLead Participant
DRUID Final reportFederal Highway Research Institute, Germany
Work Package 1 - Experimental Studies
Deliverable NameLead Participant
Theoretical framework for substance effects on safe drivingBayerische Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany
Meta-analysis of empirical studies concerning the effects of alcohol on safe drivingBayerische Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany
Meta-analysis of empirical studies concerning the effects of medicines and illegal drugs including pharmacokinetics of safe drivingBayerische Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany
Psychomotor relevant performance after administration of opioids, narcoanalgesics and hallucinogensNorwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway
Effects of stimulant drugs on actual and simulated drivingMaastricht University, Faculty of Psychology, Netherlands
Effects of medicinal drugs on actual and simulated drivingMaastricht University, Faculty of Psychology, Netherlands
Driving under the influence of alcohol, illicit drugs and medicines. Risk estimations from different methodological approachesFederal Highway Research Institute, Germany
Evaluation of legal measures to combat DUI / DUIDLudwig-Maximilians-Universität, München
Per se limits - Methods of de-fining cut-off values for zero to-leranceUniversiteit Gent, Belgium
Work Package 2 - Epidemiological Studies
Deliverable NameLead Participant
Prevalence of Psychoactive Substances in the General PopulationUniversity of Groningen, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceutical Care, Netherlands
Working paper "Uniform design and protocols for carrying out case-control studies"Danish Transport Research Institute
Working paper Cannabis, driving and road safety: a review of the scientific literatureINRETS - National Institute for Transport and Safety Research, France
Motives behind risky driving – driving under the influence of alcohol and drugsVTI - Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute

German smartphone survey - Part 1

German smartphone survey - Part 2

Bayerische Julius - Maximilians - Universität Würzburg, Germany

Prevalence of alcohol and other psychoactive substances in drivers in traffic in general in 13 countries - Part I

Prevalence of alcohol and other psychoactive substances in drivers in traffic in general in 13 countries - Part II

SWOV - Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands
Prevalence study: Main illicit psychoactive substances among all drivers involved in fatal road crashes in FranceINRETS - National Institute for Transport and Safety Research, France
Prevalence of alcohol and other psychoactive substances in injured and killed driversUniversiteit Gent, Belgium
Working paper: Characteristics of Accident Involved Drivers Under the Influence, Results from Confidential interviewsSIPSivi
Relative accident risk of patients using psychotropic medicines in the Netherlands: A pharmacoepidemiological studyUniversity of Groningen, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceutical Care, Netherlands
Responsibility study: Main illicit psychoactive substances among car drivers involved in fatal road crashes in FranceINRETS - National Institute for Transport and Safety Research, France
Relative risk of impaired drivers who were killed in motor vehicle accidents in FinlandUniversity of Turku, Finland
Responsibility study: Psychoactive substances among killed drivers in Germany, Lithuania, Hungary and SlovakiaLudwig-Maximilians Universität München, Germany
Risk of injury by driving with alcohol and other drugsDanish Transport Research Institute
Results from epidemiological research - prevalence, risk and characteristics of impaired driversDanish Transport Research Institute
Work Package 3 - Enforcement
Deliverable NameLead Participant
Evaluation of oral fluid Screening devices by TISPOL to Harmonise European police Requirements (ESTHER)TISPOL Organisation, Netherlands
Protocol of “Workshop on drug driving detection by means of oral fluid screening”Danish Transport Research Institute
Analytical evaluation of oral fluid screening devices and preceding selection proceduresNational Institute For Health and Welfare, Finland
Cost-benefit analysis of drug driving enforcement by the policeInstitute of Transport Economics, Norway
Work Package 4 - Classification
Deliverable NameLead Participant
Review of exististing classification effortsUniversiteit Gent, Belgium
Establishment of Criteria for an European Categorisation System for Medicines and DrivingUniversity of Groningen, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceutical Care, Netherlands
Establishment of framework for classification/categorisation and labelling of medicinal drugs and drivingUniversidad de Valladolid, Spain
Classification of medicinal drugs and driving: Co-ordination and synthesis reportUniversidad de Valladolid, Spain
Work Package 5 - Rehabilitation
Deliverable NameLead Participant
Report on state of the artL’Institut Belge pour la Sécurité Routière, Belgium
Empirical in-depth analysis on recidivism reasonsKuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit, Austria
Development of an integrated evaluation instrument for rehablitation measuresKuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit, Austria
Quality management systems established along with Rehablitation schemesKuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit, Austria
Validation of Existing Rehabilitation MeasuresKuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit, Austria
Work Package 6 - Withdrawal
Deliverable NameLead Participant
State-of-the-Art on Withdrawal of Driving Licence – Results of a Questionnaire SurveyDanish Transport Research Institute
Recommendations on WithdrawalKuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit, Austria
Work Package 7 - Dissemination and Guidelines
Deliverable NameLead Participant
Report + CD or DVD with examples of prevoius campaignsUniversiteit Gent, Belgium
Recommendations for improving medical guidelines for assessing fitness to drive in patients who use psychotropic medicinesUniversity of Groningen, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceutical Care, Netherlands
Guidelines & Professional Standards:
Report and CD with examples of ICT supported protocols for
prescribing and dispensing of medicines affecting driving performance,
and for informing patients who use other psychoactive substances
than medicines
University of Groningen, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceutical Care, Netherlands
Prototypes of booklets, posters, messages for risk communication including a script for a TV-clipUniversidad de Valladolid, Spa
Main DRUID results to be communicated to different target groupsL’Institut Belge pour la Sécurité Routière, Belgium
Training Manual for Physicians and Pharmacists on Medicinal drugs and DrivingHellenic Institute of Transport
Report on the implementation, evaluation and new technologies of practice guidelines and information materialsHellenic Institute of Transport
DRUID outcomes and risk communication to young driversFederal Highway Research Institute, Germany

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