Academic journal article Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Corrigendum

Academic journal article Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Corrigendum

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In Volume 95, Issue 1, January 2016, page 51 (Fig 1), page 52 (Fig 2) and page 57 (Fig 3 and Fig 4) should have read Bhaktapur: Rogawski ET, PlattsMills JA, Seldman JC, John S, Mahfuz M, Ulak M, et al. Use of antibiotics in children younger than two years In eight countries: a prospective cohort study. Bull World Health Organ. 2017;95(1):49-61. http://dx.dol.org/10.2471/BLT.16.176123

In Volume 95, Issue 1, January 2016, page 45 should have read: Nevertheless, the WHO and Violence Prevention Alliance networks we used to Identify potential respondents are probably among the most extensive in the world. Third, use of the public health approach to organize research priorities may have dissuaded those unfamiliar with this approach from completing the surveys. However, the interventions respondents were asked to prioritize in round 3 were not specific to the public health approach and included interventions with which most experts were likely to have been familiar. Fourth, the length of the surveys and the Interval between rounds 2 and 3 of almost 1 year may have discouraged some potential respondents. Fifth, it is possible that the decision taken in round 3 to focus on more detailed research priorities related to the step of the public health approach ranked highest in round 2, namely step 3, may have precluded the emergence of more detailed research priorities related to another step of the public health approach. …

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