Protocol of 'Workshop on drug driving detection by means of oral fluid screening. Driving under the Influence of Drugs, Alcohol and Medicines DRUID, Deliverable 3.2.1.
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Kuijten, C. Houwing, S. Mathijssen, R. Pehrsson, A. Engblom, C. Langel, K. Blencoe, T. Lillsunde, P. Pil, K. Goessaert, A._S. Veramme, J. Heule, S. van Linden, R. van der Verstraete, A. & Veisten, K.
Brussels, European Commission, Directorate-General for Energy and Transport (TREN), 2009, 82 p.; Project No. TREN-05-FP6TR-S07.61320-518404-DRUID
|Samenvatting||This DRUID workshop was held in Geneva, 23 August 2009. Task 3.2 is part of ‘Work package 3 – Enforcement’ of the EU funded integrated project DRUID. DRUID is a project in the 6th framework programme focussed on establishing guidelines and measures to combat impaired driving. The purpose of task 3.2 is to evaluate the analytical reliability of a limited number of promising on-site oral fluid screening devices. This task is closely linked to task 3.1, the practical evaluation of on-site oral screening devices, since it was necessary to ensure that the findings from both studies were comparable. Hence the devices evaluated in task 3.2 were selected from only those oral screening devices which were deemed as promising devices in task 3.1. Further the results of both the practical and analytical evaluation of oral fluid screening devices (tasks 3.1 and 3.2 respectively) will serve as input to the cost-benefit analyses of task 3.3 “Cost-benefit analyses”. (Author/publisher) This document is available at https://www.bast.de/Druid/EN/Home/home_node.html|
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