Both authors independently rated each erratum, and conflicts were resolved through discussions with a methodologist at CADTH.
The inclusion of errata citations in MEDLINE, Embase, the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), and Scopus: We searched each database using the specific erratum citation information to identify if errata were indexed as separate records.
The costs of obtaining errata: We determined cost by searching each erratum on the journal publisher's website to see if the full text of the erratum was freely available or if charges applied for obtaining full text.
Of particular interest to this study is evaluating the effectiveness of the publication type that the National Library of Medicine (NLM) designates as the corrected and republished article." Since 1987, NLM's policy regarding these documents has been that whenever a labeled, citable correction to a document is published, NLM annotates the bibliographic record of the original article with a reference to the notice of erratum
to "Semi-interpenetrating Polymer Networks Based on Polyurethane and Poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) Obtained by Photopolymerization: Structure-Property Relationships and Bacterial Adhesion," by L.V.
Identification of a Kunjin/West Nile-like flavivirus in brains of patients with New York encephalitis (letter) [published erratum appears in Lancet 1999;354:1650].
The West Nile virus outbreak of 1999 in New York: the Flushing Hospital experience [published erratum appears in Clin Infect Dis 2000;30:841].
Colmenares noted that the erratum
is larger than the proposed budget.
Ungab said the committee would ensure that any erratum
or amendment to the 2015 budget "shall be in accordance with laws, rules and prevailing jurisprudence and decisions of the Supreme Court on these matters."