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In the article by K. M. Malone, L. Quinlivan, T. Grant and C. C. Kelleher published in Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences (Malone et al, published online 13 November 2012) a citation was listed incorrectly on page 4 of the paper and in the references.

The correct citation in the text is:

However, because of differing suicide rates between jurisdictions (Mok et al. 2012), the method of using counts actually un-earthed the age-related factor we identified.

The correct reference is:

  • Mok, PLH, Kapur, N, Windfuhr, K, Leyland, AH, Appleby, L, Platt, S, Webb, RT (2012). Trends in national suicide rates for Scotland and for England & Wales, 1960–2008. British Journal of Psychiatry 200, 245251.

We apologise to the authors of Malone et al and Mok et al. 2012, and to the readers for this error.

Reference

Malone, KM, Quinlivan, L, Grant, T, Kelleher, CCAgeing towards 21 as a risk factor for Young Adult Suicide in the UK and Ireland. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences. Published by Cambridge University Press, 13 November 2012. doi:10.1017/S2045796012000649
Mok, PLH, Kapur, N, Windfuhr, K, Leyland, AH, Appleby, L, Platt, S, Webb, RT (2012). Trends in national suicide rates for Scotland and for England & Wales, 1960–2008. British Journal of Psychiatry 200, 245251.