In the article, Interpretation of Hospital Nurse Fatigue Using Latent Profile Analysis, that published in Advances in Nursing Science, there was an error in the calculation of the Brief Resilience Scale score.
The sentence in the first paragraph of the Measures section was “BRS scores ranged from 1 to 30 with higher scores indicating more resilience.” It should have read “The BRS scores ranged from 1 to 5 with higher scores indicating more resilience.”
In Table 1 the average and standard deviation score for the Brief Resilience Scale should be 3.57 (0.72) and not 21.44 (4.33). The range of the score is 1-5 not 1-30.
In Table 5 there is an error in the heading column. High fatigue/High recovery should be High fatigue/Low recovery.
Also in Table 5 the average and standard deviation scores for the Brief Resilience Scale should be instead:
- Low fatigue/High recovery: 3.73 (.68)
- Moderate fatigue/Moderate recovery: 3.21 (.86)
- High fatigue/Low recovery: 3.62 (.56)
The author regrets these errors.
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Drake DA. Interpretation of Hospital Nurse Fatigue Using Latent Profile Analysis. Adv Nurs Sci. 2016;39(3):E1–E16.