WHAT IS THE DRUGGED DRIVING RESEARCH LIBRARY (DDRL)?
The Drugged Driving Research Library is an evolving database of existing data sources, interventions, laws, and measures relevant to the topic of drugged driving.
HOW SHOULD THE DRUGGED DRIVING RESEARCH LIBRARY BE USED?
The DDRL can be the first step to finding answers to questions such as:
What is the prevalence of drugged driving in boys 16-20 years of age?
What questionnaires have researchers used to assess drugged driving in teenagers?
What data are available regarding the prevalence of fatal car crashes due to drugged driving in the United States?
For example, if you are interested in designing a study to assess drugged driving in teens in your community, you can use the DDRL to locate validated measures of drugged driving behaviors. Many of the measures listed are available for use in the Drugged Driving Data Collection System.