Statistics from Altmetric.com
If you wish to reuse any or all of this article please use the link below which will take you to the Copyright Clearance Center’s RightsLink service. You will be able to get a quick price and instant permission to reuse the content in many different ways.
Lian S, Xia Y, Zhang J, et al. Comparison of general practice residents’ attitudes and perceptions about training in two programmes in China: a mixed methods survey. Fam Med Com Health 2019;7:e000238. doi:10.1136/fmch-2019-000238
Since the online publication of this article the authors have noted several corrections needed throughout the article.
On page two in the section ‘Data instrument and data collection’, the number of survey items in the third sentence is ‘52-item survey’. The number in the fourth sentence on the questions about future prospects is 5. In the fifth sentence the number of additional items on gender issues is 2. On page 8, in the section ‘Differences between the two programmes’, in sentence four the number of those trained is 40. On page 10, reference 24, the author’s name is ‘Babchuk’.
In table 2, the correct percentages are ‘29%’ for males, and ‘71%’ for females at Peking University First Hospital, and ‘36%’ for males, and ‘64%’ for females at Peking University Shenzhen Hospital. In tables 3 and 4, the Likert Scales are 1=all the time, 2=frequently, 3=sometimes, 4=infrequently, 5=never. In table 6, the initial column phrase ‘How often have you felt…’ should be ‘Do you agree that…’ In table 3, the p value of ‘Teaching faculty had sufficient knowledge to train GP residents’ is ≤0.01; the mean (SD) of ‘There were too many outpatients’ in Peking University First Hospital is 3.29 (1.017). In table 4, the Overall Mean (SD) of ‘Discrimination because of specialty choice’ is 3.01 (1.028). In table 5, the Mean of ‘Residency training strained your life’ in Peking University First Hospital is 2.94. In table 7, the mean (SD) of female ‘Experienced harassment because of your gender’ in Peking University First Hospital is 4.48 (0.872); the overall mean of male ‘Experienced sexual harassment’ is 4.43.