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Erratum to: Listen protect connect for traumatized schoolchildren: a pilot study of psychological first aid

The original article was published in BMC Psychology 2013 1:26

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Due to an error in the publication process, this article (Ramirez et al. [2013]) was published with an incorrect figure for Figure three (Figure 1 here).

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Mean school connectedness, Iowa PFA Pilot, N = 71 measurements 1 . 1Mixed effects model controls for student race, grade and sex, flood versus other trauma and correlation within a student. 71 measurements completed on 20 students. *p <0.05, **p<0.10 compared to baseline.

BioMed Central have now corrected this error and Figure three (Figure 1 here) can be found in this article. We apologise to the authors and the readers for any inconvenience caused.

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    Ramirez, M, Harland, K, Frederick, M, Shepherd, R, Wong, M, & Cavanaugh, JE. (2013). Listen protect connect for traumatized schoolchildren: a pilot study of psychological first aid. BMC Psychology, 1, 26.

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Correspondence to Marizen Ramirez.

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The online version of the original article can be found at 10.1186/2050-7283-1-26

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