Results From the Perceived Value of Certification Tool-12 Survey: Analysis of the Perceived Value of Certification Among Stroke and Neuroscience Nurses: Erratum : Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

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Results From the Perceived Value of Certification Tool-12 Survey: Analysis of the Perceived Value of Certification Among Stroke and Neuroscience Nurses: Erratum

Journal of Neuroscience Nursing 55(1):p 36, February 2023. | DOI: 10.1097/JNN.0000000000000694
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In the October 2022 issue of the Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, on pg. 209 of the article by Walter et al, “Results From the Perceived Value of Certification Tool-12 Survey: Analysis of the Perceived Value of Certification Among Stroke and Neuroscience Nurses,” there was a grammatical error with the following passage:

“The PVCT-12 survey consists of 12 questions that are sorted into intrinsic (6 items) and extrinsic (6 items) values, summed, and then interpreted separately. Intrinsic relate to certification refer to personal accomplishments that are related to empowerment, improved work effectiveness, commitment to the nursing profession, and higher levels of clinical competence.10–12 Extrinsic values relate to certification refer to employer and community recognition resulting in more collaboration and recognition by others.9–11

The passage should read “Intrinsic values related to certification…” and “Extrinsic values related to certification..”

The Journal of Neuroscience Nursing apologizes for the error.

Reference

Walter SM, McNair ND, Banat R, Anderson T, Dai Z, Wang K. Results from the perceived value of certification tool-12 survey: analysis of the perceived value of certification among stroke and neuroscience nurses. J Neurosci Nurs. 2022 Oct 1;54(5):208–214.
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