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AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety . (2016). 2015 Traffic Safety Culture Index.

AAAFTS. (2018). 2017 Traffic Safety Culture Index.

Adamos, G., Nathanail, E. G., & Kapetanopoulou, P. (2013). Do road safety communication campaigns work? How to assess the impact of a national fatigue campaign on driver behavior. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2364, 62-70.

Barger, L. K., Cade, B. E., Ayas, N. T., Cronin, J. W., Rosner, B., Speizer, F. E., & Czeisler, C. A. (2005). Extended work shifts and the risk of motor vehicle crashes among interns. New England Journal of Medicine, 352, 125-134.

Booth III, J. N., Behring, M., Cantor, R. S., Colantonio, L. D., Davidson, S., Donnelly, J. P., Johnson, E., Jordan, K., Singleton, C., Xie, F., & McGwin Jr, G. (2016). Zolpidem use and motor vehicle collisions in older drivers. Sleep Medicine, 20, 98-102.

Chen, G. X., Fang, Y., Guo, F., & Hanowski, R. J. (2016). The influence of daily sleep patterns of commercial truck drivers on driving performance. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 91, 55-63.

Colvin, L.J., & Collop, N.A. (2016). Commercial motor vehicle driver obstructive sleep apnea screening and treatment in the United States: an update and recommendation overview. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 12(1):113–125.

Governors Highway Safety Association. (2016). Wake up call! Understanding drowsy driving and what States can do.

George, C. F. P. (2001). Reduction in motor vehicle collisions following treatment of sleep apnea with nasal CPAP. Thorax, 56, 508-512.

Huffmyer, J. L., Moncrief, M., Tashjian, J. A., Kleiman, A. M., Scalzo, D. C., Cox, D. J., & Nemergut, E. C. (2016). Driving performance of residents after six consecutive overnight work shifts. Anesthesiology: The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, 124(6), 1396-1403.

Martin-Gill, C., Barger, L. K., Moore, C. G., Higgins, J. S., Teasley, E. M., Weiss, P. M., Condle, J. P., Flickinger, K. L., Coppler, P. J., Sequeira, D. J. Divecha, A. A., Matthews, M. E., Lang, E. S., & Patterson, D. P. (2018). Effects of napping during shift work on sleepiness and performance in Emergency Medical Services personnel and similar shift workers: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Prehospital Emergency Care, 22(sup1), 47-57.

Martin-Gill, C., Higgins, J. S., Van Dongen, H. P., Buysse, D. J., Thackery, R. W., Kupas, D. F., Becker, D. S., Dean, B. E., Lindbeck, G. H., Guyette, F. X., Penner, J. H., Violanti, J. M., Lang, E. S., & Patterson, D. P. (2018, January). Proposed performance measures and strategies for implementation of the Fatigue Risk Management Guidelines for Emergency Medical Services. Prehospital Emergency Care, 22(sup1), 102-109.

National Conference of State Legislatures. (2018). Summaries of current drowsy driving laws.

Nelson, T. F., Isaac, N. E., & Graham, J. D. (2001). Development and testing of countermeasures for fatigue related highway crashes: Focus group discussions with young males, shift workers, and shift work supervisors. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Nguen, L. T., Jauregui, B., & Dinges, D. F. (1998). Changing behaviors to prevent drowsy driving and promote traffic safety: Review of proven, promising, and unproven techniques. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (1998, April). Drowsy driving and automobile crashes (Report No. DOT HS 808 707). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

NHTSA. (1999, March 15). The NHTSA and NCSDR program to combat drowsy driving.

NHTSA. (2001). Drowsy driving and automobile crashes.

National Sleep Foundation (NSF). (2004). Drive Alert – Arrive Alive national campaign.

NSF. (2008). 2008 “Sleep in America” poll.

NSF. (2009a). Obstructive sleep apnea and sleep.

NSF. (2009b). Narcolepsy and sleep.

NSF. (n.d.). National Sleep Foundation drowsy driving advocacy kit.

Patterson, P. D., Higgins, J. S., Van Dongen, H. P., Buysse, D. J., Thackery, R. W., Kupas, D. F., Kupas, D. F., Becker, D. S., Dean, B. E., Lindbeck, G. H., Guyette, F. X., Penner, J. H. Violanti, J. M. Lang, E. S., & Martin-Gill, C. (2018, January 11). Evidence-based guidelines for fatigue risk management in Emergency Medical Services. Prehospital Emergency Care, 22(sup1), 89-101.

Patterson, P. D., Weaver, M. D., Fabio, A., Teasley, E. M., Renn, M. L., Curtis, B. R., Matthews, M. E., Kroemer, A. J., Xun, X., Bizhanova, Z., Weiss, P. M., Sequeira, D. J., Coppler, P. J., Lang, E. S., & Higgins, J. S. Weiss, P. M. (2018). Reliability and validity of survey instruments to measure work-related fatigue in the Emergency Medical Services setting: A systematic review. Prehospital Emergency Care, 22(sup1), 17-27. DOI: 10.1080/10903127.2017.1376134

Pollini, R. A., Waehrer, G., & Kelley-Baker, T. (2017). Receipt of warnings regarding potentially impairing prescription medications and associated risk perceptions in a national sample of US drivers. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 78(6), 805-813.

Royal, D. (2003, April). National survey of distracted and drowsy driving attitudes and behavior: 2002 volume I: Findings (Report No. DOT HS 809 566). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.­files/hs809566v1.pdf

Sassani, A., Findley, L. J., Kryger, M., Goldlust, E., George, C., & Davidson, T. M. (2004). Reducing motor-vehicle collisions, costs, and fatalities by treating obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. Sleep, 27, 453-458.

Smith, R. C., Turturici, M., & Camden, M. C. (2018). Countermeasures against prescription and over-the-counter drug-impaired driving. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Smolensky, M. H., Di Milia, L., Ohayon, M. M., & Philip, P. (2011). Sleep disorders, medical conditions, and road accident risk. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 43, 533-548.

Stutts, J., Knipling, R. R., Pfefer, R., Neuman, T. R., Slack, K. L., & Hardy, K. K. (2005). A guide for addressing collisions involving distracted or fatigued drivers (Report 500, Vol. 14). Transportation Research Board.

Stutts, J. C., Wilkins, J. W., & Vaughn, B. V. (1999). Why do people have drowsy driving crashes? Input from drivers who just did. AAA Foundation.

Swanson, L. M., Drake, C., & Arnedt, J. T. (2012). Employment and drowsy driving: A survey of American workers. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 10, 250-257.

Teran-Santos, J., Jiminez-Gomez, A., & Cordero-Guevara, J. (1999). The association between sleep apnea and the risk of traffic accidents. New England Journal of Medicine, 340, 847-851.

Tefft, B. C. (2016). Acute sleep deprivation and risk of motor vehicle crash involvement. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Watling, C. N. (2018). Drivers' perceived legitimacy of enforcement practices for sleep-related crashes: What are the associated factors? Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 54, 34-38.

Watson N. F., Morgenthaler T., Chervin R., Carden K., Kirsch D., Kristo D., Malhotra R., Martin J., Ramar K., Rosen I., Weaver T., & Wise M. (2015). Confronting drowsy driving: The American academy of sleep medicine perspective. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 11(11):1335 –1336.

Williams, A. F. (2007). Public information and education in the promotion of highway safety (Research Results Digest 322). Transportation Research Board.