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Correction: Examining influences on antibiotic prescribing by nurse and pharmacist prescribers: a qualitative study using the Theoretical Domains Framework and COM-B

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Courtenay M, Rowbotham S, Lim R, et al. Examining influences on antibiotic prescribing by nurse and pharmacist prescribers: a qualitative study using the Theoretical Domains Framework and COM-B. BMJ Open 2019;9:e029177. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029177

This article was previously published with errors in data and author affiliation.

  • The correct author affiliations for Angel Chater are

    • School of Sport Science and Physical Activity, University of Bedfordshire, Bedford, UK.

    • University College London School of Pharmacy, London, UK.

  • In the ‘Introduction’ section, fourth paragraph, the data should be ‘34 000 nurses and 8000 pharmacists’ instead of ‘30 000 nurses and 4000 pharmacists’.

  • The correct casing for ‘Intervention Functions’ is Intervention Functions throughout the article.

  • The abbreviation for nurse in ‘(I=interviewee, n=nurse, P=pharmacist)’ is N under ‘Factors influencing the management of RTIs’ subsection in ‘Results’.

  • Under the section ‘Factors influencing the management of RTIs’, the correct sub-heading is ‘Goals (reflective motivation)’ instead of ‘Goals (automatic motivation)’.

  • Under ‘Comparison with other studies’ in ‘Discussion’, the period should be removed before the word 'knowledge'. The correct statement is '… associated with the TDF domain knowledge, were 'Information about…’.

  • In Supplementary Table 1, the Theoretical Domain ‘Goals’ is part of Motivation (Reflective) column instead of Motivation (Automatic). Motivation (Automatic) begins from ‘Reinforcement’.

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