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Correction to: Promotion of cycling and health

Mutrie, Nanette and Crawford, Fiona (2010) Correction to: Promotion of cycling and health. British Medical Journal, 341. -. ISSN 0959-8138

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Abstract

In this editorial by Nanette Mutrie and Fiona Crawford (BMJ 2010;341:c5405;doi:10.1136/bmj.c5405), the authors have alerted us to an error in the second sentence of the fifth paragraph. It should have read: “Of the 25 studies included in their quantitative synthesis, only seven [not ‘six’] met at least three of the five validity criteria and only one of these [not ‘and none of these’] was based in the United Kingdom, despite the fact that UK studies represented over half of those scrutinised.”