• The impact of legislation in Ireland on handheld mobile phone use by drivers.

      O'Meara, M; Bedford, D; Finnegan, P; Howell, F; Murray, C; Department of Public Health, HSE-North East, Railway St, Navan, Co Meath. (Irish medical journal, 2008)
      Under the Road Traffic Act, 2006 handheld mobile phone use whilst driving is an offence liable to a fine and penalty points. The aim of this study was to determine whether there has been a change in driver behaviour following the introduction of this legislation. This study found that 2.3% of drivers were still using a handheld mobile phone.
    • Submission on draft better regulation policy

      Health Service Executive (HSE); HSE Consultant in Public Health Medicine Environment and Health Group (Health Service Executive (HSE), 2015-04-08)