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In the Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts section of the April issue (1993;147:432), data in the second sentence in the "Results" section for No. 69 were incorrect. It should have read as follows: Faculty (F) were better than residents (R) in identifying the Good Samaritan rule (70% F; 44% R, P=.10, χ2). Residents and faculty were correct less than half the time in identifying confidentiality issues (28% F; 27% R); diagnostic studies alone inadequate to prevent malpractice (30% F; 38% R); and obtaining informed consent (34% F; 33% R).
Incorrect Data. Am J Dis Child. 1993;147(7):741. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1993.02160310043015
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