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Erratum to: Alcohol-related brief intervention in patients treated for opiate or cocaine dependence: a randomized controlled study

  • Nelson Feldman1Email author,
  • Anne Chatton1,
  • Riaz Khan1,
  • Yasser Khazaal1 and
  • Daniele Zullino1
Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy20138:28

https://doi.org/10.1186/1747-597X-8-28

Received: 31 July 2013

Accepted: 31 July 2013

Published: 1 August 2013

The original article was published in Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy 2011 6:22

Correction

After publication of this article, it came to our attention that the published manuscript contained errors in the table three (Table 1), Table four (Table 2), Table five (Table 3) and Table six (Table 4), Table seven (Table 5). The original published article contains old tables from the first version of the manuscript sent for initial consideration for publication.
Table 1

AUDIT scores and number of weekly alcohol drinks by group

 

CONTROL GROUP

INTERVENTION GROUP

CONTROL AND INTERVENTION GROUPS

T0

T3

T9

T0

T3

T9

T0

T3

T9

AUDIT, Mean (±SD)

16.6 (8.2)

12.4 (7.5)

11.6 (7.3)

16.9 (7.7)

13 (6.2)

13.9 (8.1)

16.8 (7.9)

12.7 (6.8)

12.8 (7.8)

Number of drinks/week, Mean (±SD)

23.8 (9.5)

16.3 (12.6)

18.7 (13.2)

25.3 (14.3)

17 (11.6)

18.4 (10.4)

24.6 (12.3)

16.7 (12)

18.5 (11.7)

Table 2

AUDIT scores and number of alcohol drinks per week in excessive drinkers and alcohol dependents

 

EXCESSIVE DRINKERS

ALCOHOL DEPENDENTS

T0

T3

T9

T0

T3

T9

AUDIT, Mean (± SD)

9.4 (1.2)

10.6 (6)

9.4 (5.8)

21.9 (6.2)

14.2 (7)

15.2 (8.1)

Number of drinks per week, Mean (± SD)

19.4 (9.2)

13.4 (7)

15.1 (8.3)

28.2 (12.9)

19 (14.1)

20.9 (13.1)

Table 3

AUDIT scores according to group and gender

 

CONTROL GROUP

INTERVENTION GROUP

CONTROL AND INTERVENTION GROUPS

T0

T3

T9

T0

T3

T9

T0

T3

T9

Men

17.6 (9)

13.4 (7.4)

13.4 (6.8)

17.3 (7.9)

13.5 (6.3)

14.3 (8.7)

17.4 (8.4)

13.4 (6.8)

13.6 (8)

Women

14.2 (5.4)

10 (7.4)

9 (7.3)

16 (6.9)

11.3 (5.7)

12.6 (6)

15.1 (6.2)

10.7 (6.5)

10.8 (6.8)

Table 4

Number of alcohol drinks per week according to group and gender

 

CONTROL GROUP

INTERVENTION GROUP

CONTROL AND INTERVENTION GROUPS

T0

T3

T9

T0

T3

T9

T0

T3

T9

Men

23.9 (10.3)

17.7 (13.6)

19.8 (14.4)

26.7 (15.3)

17.7 (12.9)

18.5 (11)

25.5 (13.3)

17.7 (13.1)

19.1 (12.5)

Women

23.4 (7.7)

13.1 (9.3)

16 (9.9)

21.2 (10.1)

14.9 (6.5)

18 (8.8)

22.3 (8.9)

14 (7.9)

17 (9.3)

Table 5

Evolution of frequency of alcohol consumption by treatment group

 

CONTROL GROUP

INTERVENTION GROUP

T0-T3

T3-T9

T0-T9

T0-T3

T3-T9

T0-T9

Increased or unchanged frequency of alcohol use: % failure (n)

68.6 (35)

78.4 (40)

70.6 (36)

64.4 (38)

71.2 (42)

67.8 (40)

Decreased frequency of alcohol use: % success (n)

31.4 (16)

21.6 (11)

29.4 (15)

35.6 (21)

28.8 (17)

32.2 (19)

This correction article contains the tables revised after peer review of the manuscript.

The authors and Publisher apologize to the readers for the inconvenience caused.

This correction article contains the revised tables from the original article [1] Tables one and two remain unchanged.

Notes

Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Geneva University Hospitals

References

  1. Feldman N, Chatton A, Khan R, Khazaal Y, Zullino D: Alcohol-related brief intervention in patients treated for opiate or cocaine dependence: a randomized controlled study. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy. 2011, 6: 22-10.1186/1747-597X-6-22.PubMed CentralView ArticlePubMedGoogle Scholar

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