Multilevel Intervention Mapping with sleepiness in focus

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Tineke Hof
Ellen S Wilschut
Johanna Schwartz
Mikael Ingres
Marie Rodling Wahlström
Pierre Philip
Jacques Taillard
Damien Davenne
Antoine Gauthier
Romain Lericollais
Ross Oven Phillips
Fridulv Sagberg
Carien J. Caljouw
Pierre J.L. Valk

Driver fatigue is an important risk factor in traffic safety and an issue for both private and professional drivers. This report provides an analysis of risk factors related to fatigue-related road accidents, and describes intervention goals at multiple levels in order to reduce sleepy driving among drivers. Private drivers who are on their way to or from their holiday were assigned as the specific target group.

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