This article corrects:

  1. Highly Interactive Multi-Session Programs Impact Physician Behavior on Hypertension Management: Outcomes of a New CME Model Volume 13, Issue 2, 97–105, Article first published online: 10 December 2010

Drexel C, Merlo K, Basile JN, Watkins B, Whitfield B, Katz JM, Pine B, Sullivan T. Highly interactive multi-session programs impact physician behavior on hypertension management: outcomes of a new CME model. J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich). 2011;13(2):97–105.

The legend for the bar graphs within Figures 1, 2, and 3 in the above-referenced article were incorrectly labeled. When originally published, the legend for the bars should have been reversed with the grey bars within the figures labeled “participants” and the black bars labeled “nonparticipants.” The corrected figures are published below:

Figure 1.

 A significantly greater number of participants selected the appropriate blood pressure (BP) goal for a 72-year-old diabetic Asian man with a 20-year history of hypertension compared with nonparticipants (case 2). *Appropriate BP goal for the specified patient.

Figure 2.

 More participants chose the most appropriate initial antihypertensive regimen for a patient with severe systolic hypertension, diabetes, and recent weight gain compared with nonparticipants (case 2). *Most appropriate therapy for the specified patient. ACE indicates angiotensin-converting enzyme.

Figure 3.

 A similar number of participants and nonparticipants identified increased pulse pressure as the characteristic of hypertension in elderly patients (case 2). *Characteristic of hypertension in the elderly.