ERRATUM

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. Effect of a Dementia Care Management Intervention on Primary Care Provider Knowledge, Attitudes, and Perceptions of Quality of Care Volume 54, Issue 2, 311–317, Article first published online: 2 December 2005

Dear Readers: Please note that, in the article, “Effect of a Dementia Care Management Intervention on Primary Care Provider Knowledge, Attitudes, and Perceptions of Care Quality,” published in J Am Geriatr Soc 2006;54:311–317, on p 311, column 1, in the Abstract, under the subheading “Setting,” it begins, “Sixteen clinics (eight intervention, eight usual care).” Instead, it should begin, “Eighteen clinics (nine intervention, nine usual care).” In the next section of the abstract, under the subheading “Participants,” it reads, “Two hundred thirty-two medical providers; 129 from eight intervention clinics; 103 from eight usual-care clinics.” Instead, it should read, “Two hundred thirty-two medical providers; 129 from nine intervention clinics; 103 from nine usual-care clinics.” On page 312, column 1, second paragraph, line 4, it reads, “Alzheimer's Disease Coordinated Care for San Diego Seniors (ACCESS) was tested by randomizing 16 clinics (8 to intervention, 8 to usual care).” Instead it should read, “Alzheimer's Disease Coordinated Care for San Diego Seniors (ACCESS) was tested by randomizing 18 clinics (9 to intervention, 9 to usual care).” On the same page (312), column 2, under the subheading “Provider Sample,” the paragraph begins, “Surveys were sent to all eligible primary care providers at the 16 study clinics.” It should read, “Surveys were sent to all eligible primary care providers at the 18 study clinics.” Finally, on page 314, column 1, under the subheading “Results,” the first line reads, “Of the 232 providers identified at 16 clinics.” It should begin, “Of the 232 providers identified at 18 clinics.”

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