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Vol. 94. Num. 2.March - April 2018Pages 101-220
Erratum
DOI: 10.1016/j.jped.2018.02.002
Erratum on “A short form of the neonatal intensive care unit family needs inventory”
Errata de “Versão curta do inventário de necessidades da família na unidade de cuidados intensivos neonatais”
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Elisabete Alvesa,*, Milton Severoa,b, Mariana Amorima,c, Catarina Granded, Susana Silvaa
a EpiUnit - Institute of Public Health, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
b Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Predictive Medicine and Public Health, Medical School, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
c Global Public Health Doctoral Programme, Institute of Public Health, Universidade do Porto, Portugal
d Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
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Elisabete Alves, Milton Severo, Mariana Amorim, Catarina Grande, Susana Silva
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In the article “A short form of the neonatal intensive care unit family needs inventory”, published in J Pediatr (Rio J). 2016;92(1):73-80, please consider the following corrections:

On page 75, on “Sample and recruitment” section, where it reads:

“Among the 126 eligible couples, 122 (98.6%) agreed to participate”.

It should read

“Among the 126 eligible couples, 122 (96.8%) agreed to participate”.

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  Total
n (%) 
Parents-centered needs
Mean (SD) 
Infant-centered needs
Mean (SD) 
Overall    3.5 (2.6)    8.6 (2.7)   
Sex
Female  120 (56.9)  3.7 (2.6)    8.8 (2.7)   
Male  91 (43.1)  3.3 (2.4)  0.239  8.3 (2.7)  0.230 
Age (years)
< 35  148 (70.1)  3.3 (2.3)    8.5 (2.6)   
≥ 35  63 (29.9)  4.1 (3.0)  0.037  8.8 (2.9)  0.516 
Education (years)
< 9  78 (37.0)  4.3 (2.5)    8.7 (2.9)   
≥ 9  133 (63.0)  3.1 (2.5)  < 0.001  8.5 (2.6)  0.600 
Household monthly income (€)
≤ 1,000  72 (34.6)  3.9 (2.6)    8.4 (3.0)   
> 1000  136 (65.4)  3.4 (2.6)  0.149  8.7 (2.6)  0.518 
Gravidity
117 (55.5)  3.7 (2.6)    8.8 (2.6)   
≥ 1  94 (44.5)  3.4 (2.5)  0.446  8.2 (2.9)  0.111 
Pregnancy complicationsa
Yes  90 (42.7)  3.4 (2.7)    8.3 (2.6)   
No  121 (57.4)  3.6 (2.5)  0.530  8.8 (2.9)  0.256 
Multiple pregnancy
Yes  50 (23.7)  4.0 (2.6)    9.4 (2.8)   
No  161 (76.3)  3.4 (2.5)  0.117  8.3 (2.7)  0.024 
Extremely premature deliveryb
Yes  45 (21.3)  3.5 (2.8)    8.4 (3.0)   
No  166 (78.7)  3.6 (2.5)  0.943  8.6 (2.7)  0.692 
Extremely low birth weight deliveryc
Yes  63 (29.9)  3.3 (2.5)    8.4 (2.6)   
No  148 (70.1)  3.6 (2.6)  0.375  8.6 (2.8)  0.547 

It should read

  Total
n (%) 
Parents-centered needs
Mean (SD) 
Infant-centered needs
Mean (SD) 
Overall    3.5 (2.6)    8.6 (2.7)   
Sex
Female  120 (56.9)  3.7 (2.6)    8.8 (2.7)   
Male  91 (43.1)  3.3 (2.4)  0.239  8.3 (2.7)  0.230 
Age (years)
< 35  148 (70.1)  3.3 (2.3)    8.5 (2.6)   
≥ 35  63 (29.9)  4.1 (3.0)  0.037  8.8 (2.9)  0.516 
Education (years)
≤ 9  78 (37.0)  4.3 (2.5)    8.7 (2.9)   
> 9  133 (63.0)  3.1 (2.5)  < 0.001  8.5 (2.6)  0.600 
Household monthly income (€)
≤ 1,000  72 (34.6)  3.9 (2.6)    8.4 (3.0)   
> 1000  136 (65.4)  3.4 (2.6)  0.149  8.7 (2.6)  0.518 
Gravidity
117 (55.5)  3.7 (2.6)    8.8 (2.6)   
≥ 1  94 (44.5)  3.4 (2.5)  0.446  8.2 (2.9)  0.111 
Pregnancy complicationsa
Yes  90 (42.7)  3.4 (2.7)    8.3 (2.9)   
No  121 (57.4)  3.6 (2.5)  0.530  8.8 (2.6)  0.256 
Multiple pregnancy
Yes  50 (23.7)  4.0 (2.6)    9.4 (2.8)   
No  161 (76.3)  3.4 (2.5)  0.117  8.3 (2.7)  0.024 
Extremely premature deliveryb
Yes  45 (21.3)  3.5 (2.8)    8.4 (3.0)   
No  166 (78.7)  3.6 (2.5)  0.943  8.6 (2.7)  0.692 
Extremely low birth weight deliveryc
Yes  63 (29.9)  3.3 (2.5)    8.4 (2.6)   
No  148 (70.1)  3.6 (2.6)  0.375  8.6 (2.8)  0.547 

On page 77, on “Short Form of the NICU Family Needs Inventory” section, where it reads:

“Parents of infants hospitalized in NICU classified, on average, the infant-centered needs subscale as more important than the parents-centered needs subscale (mean (SD): 8.6 (2.4) [range: 0-12]; 3.5 (2.6) [range: 0-10], respectively).”

It should read

“Parents of infants hospitalized in NICU classified, on average, the infant-centered needs subscale as more important than the parents-centered needs subscale (mean (SD): 8.6 (2.7) [range: 0-12]; 3.5 (2.6) [range: 0-10], respectively).”

On page 76, on Table 1, where it reads:

Please cite this article as: Alves E, Severo M, Amorim M, Grande C, Silva S. Erratum on “A short form of the neonatal intensive care unit family needs inventory”. J Pediatr (Rio J). 2018;94:216–218.

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