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  1. Risk factors associated with physical restraints in residential aged care facilities: a community-based epidemiological survey in Taiwan Volume 70, Issue 1, 130–143, Article first published online: 4 June 2013

Huang H.C., Huang Y.T., Lin K.C. & Kuo Y.F. (2013) Risk factors associated with physical restraints in residential aged care facilities: a community-based epidemiological survey in Taiwan. Journal of Advanced Nursing 70(1), 130–143.

The authors wish to point out and correct the following errors in the above publication:

  • Page 134, right column, line 3: “…obtaining informed concern…” should read “…obtaining informed consent…”
  • Page 134, right column, lines 5–6: subheading “Tools at the individual level, including reliability and validity” should read “Tools at the individual level-including reliability and validity”
  • Reference list, Taylor et al 2009: citation details “BMC Psychiatry 9, 55” should read “BMC Psychiatry 9(55), 1–30”
  • Table 3 should read as follows:
    Table 3. The Demographics and Knowledge, Attitude and Self-Efficacy of Nurses and Care Aides (= 256).
    VariablesCare Aides (= 178)Nurses (= 78) P-valuea
    n % n %
    Gender
    Male179·6000·002**
    Female16190·478100
    Education
    <9 years6234·8000·000***
    ≥9 years11665·278100
    Marital status
    Single or divorced6838·23342·30·536
    Married11061·84557·7
    Service in facility
    ≤1 year5530·92734·60·220
    >1 to <3 years7743·32532·1
    ≥3 years4625·82633·3
    Continuing educationb
    Yes12972·54962·80·141
    No4927·52937·2
    Care Aides (= 178)Nurses (= 78)
     M sd M sd t 95% CI
    1. **< 0·01; ***< 0·001.

    2. a

      Categorical variables used the chi-square or Fisher's exact test, while the continuous variables used the independent-samples t-test.

    3. b

      Continuing education means education on the use of physical restraints within 1 year.

    Age39·511·2440·910·63−0·945−4·38 to 1·54

    Knowledge of physical restraint

    (25 items, yes and no, Range 0–25)

    15·82·2617·82·17−6·380*** −2·54 to −1·34

    Attitude toward physical restraint

    (13 items, 4-point Likert scale) Range 0–52)

    (Range 0–39)

    22·033·5824·593·50−5·296*** −3·51 to −1·61

    Self-efficacy of physical restraint

    (15 item, 4 points Likert scale) Range 0–60)

    (Range 0–51)

    25·814·9329·674·40−5·937*** −5·13 to 2·57

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