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Incorrect Data in Abstract and Table and Incorrect
Text and Date in Figure: In the Original Contribution entitled "Cost
of Lost Productive Work Time Among US Workers With Depression" published in
the June 18, 2003, issue of THE JOURNAL (2003;289:3135-3144), incorrect data
appeared on pages 3135 and 3142. On page 3135, in the "Results" section of
the abstract, the self-reported use of antidepressants should be <33% [not
<30%]. In Table 5 on page 3142, the values in the "Received a prescription
medication for depression or anxiety in the past 12 mo" row, from left to
right, should be 32.4, 33.0, 43.1, 34.9, 36.6, 36.4, 10.9, and 24.7. In the
Figure on page 3137, the study referred to in the title should be the Depressive
Disorders Study [not the Depression Disorders Study], and the text and dates
in the topmost box should read "Survey of American Productivity Audit Subsample
(5/20/02-7/11/02)" [not "American Productivity Audit Survey (11/20/01-7/11/02)"].
Cost of Lost Productive Work Time Among US Workers With Depression—Correction. JAMA. 2003;290(16):2128. doi:10.1001/jama.290.16.2128
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