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April 9, 1997

Incorrect Data.

JAMA. 1997;277(14):1125. doi:10.1001/jama.1997.03540380039027

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Abstract

—In the Review entitled "Prevalence of Violence Against Pregnant Women," published in the June 26, 1996, issue of THE JOURNAL (1996;275:1915-1920), incorrect data appeared in Tables 1 and 2. On page 1917, in Table 1, in the 10th row down (Stewart [1993]) under the third column from the left entitled "Setting," the entry should read, "Public clinic and private obstetric and family physician offices in metropolitan Toronto and small towns in Ontario." On page 1918, in Table 2, 3 of the 4 entries in the 10th row (Stewart [1993]) are incorrect. Under the column "Violence Measure," the entry should read, "'Physically abused (hit, choked, slapped, punched, kicked, injured with a weapon or other object, or otherwise injured)"'; under the column "Perpetrator's Relationship to the Abused Woman," the entry should read "Husband, ex-husband, boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, parent, other (specify)"; under the column "Period of Observation," the entry should read "20

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