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Correction to: Tailoring lifestyle interventions to low socio-economic populations: a qualitative study

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The original article was published in BMC Public Health 2018 18:967

Correction to: BMC Public Health (2018) 18: 967. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5877-8

In the original publication of this article [1] there is an error in the citations of Tables 2 and 3. In this correction article the incorrect and correct citations are shown for clarity:

Incorrect:

Eight SUs had qualifications, with the highest being degree level (Table 1).

Another strength is that our study took place in a real world setting in a city which comprises of both deprived and affluent areas. Participants were from different teams and from a range of socio-economic areas across the city, which provided variability within the sample (see Table 3).

Both themes identified some ways in which lifestyle in terventions can be tailored to low SES populations in relation to facilitating delivery and supporting behavior change. A summary of these recommendations can be seen in Table 2.

Correct:

Eight SUs had qualifications, with the highest being degree level (Table 2).

Another strength is that our study took place in a real world setting in a city which comprises of both deprived and affluent areas. Participants were from different teams and from a range of socio-economic areas across the city, which provided variability within the sample (see Table 2).

Both themes identified some ways in which lifestyle interventions can be tailored to low SES populations in relation to facilitating delivery and supporting behaviour change. A summary of these recommendations can be seen in Table 3.

Tables 2 and 3 are also shown in the Correction article for reference. The original publication has been updated. The publisher apologizes to the authors and readers for the inconvenience.

Table 2 Service User characteristics
Table 3 Challenges identified and suggested tailoring for lifestyle interventions for socio-economically deprived populations

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    Coupe N, Cotterill S, Peters S. Screening for chronic kidney disease of uncertain aetiology in Sri Lanka: usability of surrogate biomarkers over dipstick proteinuria. BMC Public Health. 2018;18:967. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5877-8.

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