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Corrigendum: Effectiveness of interventions to prevent pre-frailty and frailty progression in older adults: a systematic review

Apóstolo, João1; Cooke, Richard2; Bobrowicz-Campos, Elzbieta1; Santana, Silvina3; Marcucci, Maura4,5; Cano, Antonio6; Vollenbroek-Hutten, Miriam7; Germini, Federico5; D’Avanzo, Barbara8; Gwyther, Holly2; Holland, Carol2

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JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports: May 2018 - Volume 16 - Issue 5 - p 1282-1283
doi: 10.11124/JBISRIR-2017-003761
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JBI Database System Rev Implement Rep 2018; 16(1):140-232. doi: 10.11124/JBISRIR-2017-003382; published online January 2018. https://journals.lww.com/jbisrir/Fulltext/2018/01000/Effectiveness_of_interventions_to_prevent.15.aspx.

In the original article there are four references that do not refer to the correct articles.

In the section “Who did frailty interventions work for?”:

i) The third last line on page 208, column 1, “In the study43 investigating geriatric intervention in individual sessions or group sessions…”, has incorrect reference numbering. The correct reference number is 51.

ii) The 12th line on page 208, column 2, “…the context of a range of effects (e.g. Chan et al.33)…”, has incorrect reference numbering. The correct reference number is 42.

In the section “Recommendations for practice”:

i) The last line on page 212, column 1, “Physical exercise programs provided in groups to pre-frail and frail older adults that are instituionalized32…”, has incorrect reference numbering. The correct reference number is 41.

ii) The 15th last line on page 213, column 1, “…in community dwelling older adults that are at risk of becoming frail31…”, has incorrect reference numbering. The correct reference number is 22.

Apologies are offered to readers of the journal that these were not detected during the submission process.

Acknowledgment

We acknowledge the contribution of David Neil who found the errors.

References

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31. Peklar J, O’Halloran AM, Maidment ID, Henman MC, Kenny RA, Kos M. Sedative load and frailty among community-dwelling population aged ≥65 years. J Am Med Dir Assoc. 2015;16(4):282–289.
32. Fairhall N, Sherrington C, Kurrle S, Lord SR, Lockwood K, Howard K, et al. Economic evaluation of a multifactorial, interdisciplinary intervention versus usual care to reduce frailty in frail older people. J Am Med Dir Assoc. 2015;16(1):41–8.
33. The Joanna Briggs Institute. Joanna Briggs Institute Reviewers’ Manual 2014. Adelaide: The Joanna Briggs Institute; 2014.
41. Cadore E, Casas-Herrero A, Zambom-Ferraresi F, Idoate F, Millor N, Gómez M, et al. Multicomponent exercises including muscle power training enhance muscle mass, power output, and functional outcomes in institutionalized frail nonagenarians. Age (Dordr). 2014;36(2):773–85.
42. Chan D, Tsou HH, Yang RS, Tsauo JY, Chen ChY, Hsiung Ch, et al. A pilot randomized controlled trial to improve geriatric frailty. BMC Geriatr 2012;12:58.
43. Clegg A, Barber S, Young J, Iliffe S, Forster A. The Home-based Older People's Exercise (HOPE) trial: a pilot randomized controlled trial of a home-based exercise intervention for older people with frailty. Age Aging. 2014;43(5):687–95.
51. Monteserin E, Brotons C, Moral I, Altimir S, San José A, Santaeugenia S, et al. Effectiveness of a geriatric intervention in primary care: a randomized clinical trial. Fam Pract. 2010;27(3):239–45.
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