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Erratum to: Epidemiology of dementia in Central Africa (EPIDEMCA): protocol for a multicentre population-based study in rural and urban areas of the Central African Republic and the Republic of Congo

  • Maëlenn Guerchet1, 2, 3Email author,
  • Pascal Mbelesso1, 2, 4,
  • Bébène Ndamba-Bandzouzi5,
  • Sophie Pilleron1, 2,
  • Ileana Desormais1, 2, 6,
  • Philippe Lacroix1, 2, 6,
  • Victor Aboyans1, 2, 7,
  • Pierre Jésus1, 2, 8,
  • Jean-Claude Desport1, 2, 8,
  • Achille E. Tchalla9,
  • Benoît Marin1, 2, 10,
  • Jean-Charles Lambert11,
  • Jean-Pierre Clément1, 2, 12,
  • Jean-François Dartigues13,
  • Pierre-Marie Preux1, 2, 10 and
  • for the EPIDEMCA Group
SpringerPlus20165:562

https://doi.org/10.1186/s40064-016-2094-8

Published: 5 May 2016

The original article was published in SpringerPlus 2014 3:1044

Erratum to: SpringerPlus (2014) 3:338 DOI 10.1186/2193-1801-3-338

There is a typo in Table 1 the original version of this article (Guerchet et al. 2014). The number of blood samples for Rep. of Congo/Gamboma (rural) was ‘836’, while it should be ‘436’. This has been corrected in Table 1.
Table 1

EPIDEMCA population-based survey, Central Africa, 2011–2012

Country

Study area

Sample

Interviews completed

Response rate %

Blood sample

Lost-of follow-up

Start/end

Central African Rep.

Nola (rural)

501

473

94.41

393

66

Nov. 2011/Feb. 2012

Bangui (urban)

514

500

97.28

441

48

Jan. 2012/March 2012

Rep. of Congo

Gamboma (rural)

561

529

94.30

436

93

Aug. 2012/Dec. 2012

Brazzaville (urban)

537

500

93.11

409

17

Sept. 2012/Nov. 2012

Notes

Declarations

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Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
INSERM UMR 1094, Tropical Neuroepidemiology, Faculty of Medicine
(2)
University Limoges, School of Medicine, Institute of Neuroepidemiology and Tropical Neurology, CNRS FR 3503 GEIST
(3)
King’s College London, Centre for Global Mental Health, Institute of Psychiatry, Health Service and Population Research Department
(4)
Department of Neurology, Brazzaville University Hospital
(5)
Department of Neurology, Amitié Hospital
(6)
CHU, Department of CardioVascular Surgery
(7)
Department of Cardiology, Dupuytren University Hospital
(8)
CHU, Department of Nutrition
(9)
EA 6310, Disability, Activity, Aging, Autonomy and the Environment (HAVAE)
(10)
CHU, Department of Medical Information and Evaluation, Clinical Research and Biostatistic Unit
(11)
INSERM U744, Institut Pasteur de Lille
(12)
Hospital and University Federation of Adult and Geriatric Psychiatry
(13)
INSERM U897, Victor Segalen Bordeaux II University

Reference

  1. Guerchet M, Mbelesso P, Ndamba-Bandzouzi B, Pilleron S, Desormais I, Lacroix P, Aboyans V, Jésus P, Desport JC, Tchalla AE, Marin B, Lambert JC, Clément JP, Dartigues JF, Preux PM, for the EPIDEMCA Group (2014) Epidemiology of dementia in Central Africa (EPIDEMCA): protocol for a multicentre population-based study in rural and urban areas of the Central African Republic and the Republic of Congo. SpringerPlus 3:338View ArticleGoogle Scholar

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© Guerchet et al. 2016