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Correction to: Services according to mental health needs for youth in foster care? – a multi-informant study

  • 1Email author,
  • 2,
  • 3,
  • 4 and
  • 1
BMC Health Services Research201818:708

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-018-3496-9

  • Received: 27 August 2018
  • Accepted: 27 August 2018
  • Published:

The original article was published in BMC Health Services Research 2018 18:634

Correction

Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported a misaligning of data in Table 3 (Table 1 here) (weekly results have been put in the column for monthly results).
Table 1

Service contact reported by carers (n = 330) and youths (n = 224)

Table 2

Service contact reported by carers (n = 330) and youths (n = 224)

 

Service contact

Distribution of use for the ones that have had contact.

Every week (4)

Every month (3)

Every 3. month (2)

Every 6. month (1)

% (n)

% (n)

% (n)

% (n)

% (n)

 CAMHS

  Carers

31.2 (103)

23.3 (24)

43.7 (45)

13.6 (14)

19.4 (20)

  Youth

27.2 (61)

18.0 (11)

44.3 (27)

16.4 (10)

21.3 (13)

Contact with primary health care services:

 Carers

61.2 (202)

    

 Youth

58.5 (131)

    

 School health service

  Carers

27.6 (91)

5.5 (5)

20.9 (19)

28.6 (26)

45.1 (41)

  Youth

30.8 (69)

14.5 (10)

15.9 (11)

33.3 (23)

36.2 (25)

 Educational psychology service

  Carers

34.8 (115)

5.2 (6)

10.4 (12)

34.8 (40)

49.6 (57)

  Youth

19.6 (44)

11.4 (5)

27.3 (12)

15.9 (7)

45.5 (20)

 General Practitioner

  Carers

29.7 (98)

1.0 (1)

6.1 (6)

27.6 (27)

65.3 (64)

  Youth

35.7 (80)

2.5 (2)

10.0 (8)

30.0 (24)

57.5 (46)

 Adolescent health clinic

  Carers

7.3 (24)

0 (0)

20.8 (5)

8.3 (2)

70.8 (17)

  Youth

11.6 (26)

3.9 (1)

11.5 (3)

19.2 (5)

65.4 (17)

Other service providers:

 Municipal CPS

  Carers

92.1 (304)

2.3 (7)

20.4 (62)

54.9 (167)

22.4 (68)

  Youth

85.3 (191)

1.0 (2)

7.9 (15)

52.4 (100)

38.7 (74)

 Special Education

  Carers

42.7 (141)

77.3 (109)

9.2 (13)

3.6 (5)

9.9 (14)

  Youth

21.9 (49)

65.3 (32)

12.2 (6)

12.2 (6)

10.2 (5)

 Other services

  Carers

16.4 (54)

22.2 (12)

38.9 (21)

22.2 (12)

16.7 (9)

  Youth

7.1 (16)

18.8 (3)

31.3 (5)

25.0 (4)

25.0 (4)

The correct Table 3 (Table 2 here) is shown below.

The original publication of this article has been corrected.

Notes

Declarations

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Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Regional Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Welfare –West, Uni Research Health, Bergen, Norway
(2)
Uni Research Health, Bergen, Norway
(3)
Department of Health Promotion and Development, Faculty of Psychology, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
(4)
The Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research, Oslo Metropolitan University, Oslo, Norway

Reference

  1. Larsen et al. (2018) Services according to mental health needs for youth in foster care? – A multi-informant study (2018) 18:63a https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-018-3365-6.

Copyright

© The Author(s). 2018

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