Publicized sobriety checkpoint programs: a community guide systematic review.

@article{Bergen2014PublicizedSC,
  title={Publicized sobriety checkpoint programs: a community guide systematic review.},
  author={Gwen Bergen and Adesola A Pitan and Shuli Qu and Ruth A. Shults and Sajal K. Chattopadhyay and Randy W. Elder and David A. Sleet and Heidi L Coleman and Richard P. Compton and J. L. Nichols and John M. Clymer and William B Calvert},
  journal={American journal of preventive medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={46 5},
  pages={529-39}
}
CONTEXT Publicized sobriety checkpoint programs deter alcohol-impaired driving by stopping drivers systematically to assess their alcohol impairment. Sobriety checkpoints were recommended in 2001 by the Community Preventive Services Task Force for reducing alcohol-impaired driving, based on strong evidence of effectiveness. Since the 2001 review, attention to alcohol-impaired driving as a U.S. public health problem has decreased. This systematic review was conducted to determine if available… CONTINUE READING
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