The Problem of Youth Drugged Driving and Approaches to Prevention: A Systematic Literature Review
Author: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction
Reviews the literature on approaches aimed at reducing drugged driving among youth. The evidence highlights four program models and three awareness campaigns that have proven promising in altering youth attitudes about drug use and driving. The review identifies two key strategies for prevention initiatives: (i) teach specific skills and critical, reflective thinking about decisions, and (ii) involve parents and the community to expand the impact of such initiatives.