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A multimodal intervention to improve fragility fracture management in patients presenting to emergency departments

Charles A Inderjeeth, Denise A Glennon, Kate E Poland, Katherine V Ingram, Richard L Prince, Victoria R Van and C D’Arcy J Holman
Med J Aust 2010; 193 (6): 376.
Published online: 20 September 2010

Acknowledgements omitted: In “A multimodal intervention to improve fragility fracture management in patients presenting to emergency departments” in the 2 August 2010 issue of the Journal (Med J Aust 2010; 193: 149-153), the acknowledgements were omitted. The following text should be inserted before “Competing interests”: Acknowledgements: We wish to thank the following for their contribution to our project: the National Health and Medical Research Council’s National Institute of Clinical Studies and Australian Department of Veterans’ Affairs Fellowship Program; the North Metropolitan Area Health Service, Perth (Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Osborne Park Hospital and area rehabilitation and aged care staff); and physicians and general practitioners involved in developing the consensus guidelines.

  • Charles A Inderjeeth
  • Denise A Glennon
  • Kate E Poland
  • Katherine V Ingram
  • Richard L Prince
  • Victoria R Van
  • C D’Arcy J Holman


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