Traffic Risk Behaviors at Nightlife: Drinking, Taking Drugs, Driving, and Use of Public Transport by Young People

@article{Calafat2009TrafficRB,
  title={Traffic Risk Behaviors at Nightlife: Drinking, Taking Drugs, Driving, and Use of Public Transport by Young People},
  author={A. Calafat and N. Blay and M. Juan and D. Adrover and M. Bellis and K. Hughes and Paolo Stocco and I. Siamou and F. Mendes and K. Bohrn},
  journal={Traffic Injury Prevention},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={162 - 169}
}
Road traffic crashes associated with nightlife alcohol and recreational drug use are a major health problem for young people. Objectives: This study explores use of different forms of transport to and from nightlife environments and the relationships between traffic risk behaviors, drunkenness, and drug consumption. Methods: 1363 regular nightlife users from nine European cities in 2006 completed a self-administered and anonymous questionnaire. Sampling utilized a variation of respondent-driven… Expand
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