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doi:10.1001/dmp.2012.56, Published by the American Medical Association, 7 December, 2012.

In the original publication of ‘Communicating Public Health Advice After a Chemical Spill: Results From National Surveys in the United Kingdom and Poland,’ there were several reference citations that were published incorrectly. The corrections are as follows:

  • Page 2, the sentence, “PMT was originally developed as a model…” the citation should be to reference: 16

  • Page 2, the sentence, “Because previous authors …framing an emergency message on public responses…” the citation should be to references: 21-23

  • Page 8, the sentence, “PMT has been identified as a potentially useful…” the citation should be to reference: 26

  • Page 8, the sentence, “Some reassurance is provided by the similarity…” the citation should be to reference: 26

The publisher regrets these errors.

Reference

Pearce, J, Rubin, J, Amlôt, R, etal. Communicating Public Health Advice After a Chemical Spill: Results From National Surveys in the United Kingdom and Poland. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 2012;6:4. doi:10.1001/dmp.2012.56.