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Why a successful task substitution in glaucoma care could not be transferred from a hospital setting to a primary care setting: a qualitative study

Kim M Holtzer-Goor*, Thomas Plochg, Hans G Lemij, Esther van Sprundel, Marc A Koopmanschap and Niek S Klazinga

Implementation Science 2013, 8:14  doi:10.1186/1748-5908-8-14

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Author's correction

Kim Holtzer-Goor   (2013-03-14 12:04)  Erasmus University Rotterdam

After publication of this article [Holtzer-Goor et al], the authors noted a missing space in Table 6. 'Apart' should read 'a part' resulting in the following quotation: "With respect to glaucoma care, we have started to investigate whether a part of the activities that take place here could be substituted to optometrists who are closer to the patient��s home."
Besides, the abbreviation 'Nza' in Table 2 and Table 5 remained unexplained. It means Dutch Health Care Authority. The authors apologise for any inconvenience this has caused.

Competing interests

None declared

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