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Corrigendum

Corrigendum: Using a Computerised Staircase and Incremental Optotype Sizes to Improve Visual Acuity Assessment Accuracy

Authors:

Anna O'Connor ,

University of Liverpool, GB
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Chloe King,

University of Liverpool, GB
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Ashli Milling,

University of Liverpool, GB
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Laurence Tidbury

University of Liverpool, GB
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Abstract

This article details a correction to: O’Connor, A., King, C., Milling, A. and Tidbury, L., 2022. Using a Computerised Staircase and Incremental Optotype Sizes to Improve Visual Acuity Assessment Accuracy. British and Irish Orthoptic Journal, 18(1), pp. 93–100. DOI: http://doi.org/10.22599/bioj.271.

How to Cite: O'Connor, A., King, C., Milling, A. and Tidbury, L., 2022. Corrigendum: Using a Computerised Staircase and Incremental Optotype Sizes to Improve Visual Acuity Assessment Accuracy. British and Irish Orthoptic Journal, 18(1), pp.159–160. DOI: http://doi.org/10.22599/bioj.287
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  Published on 16 Nov 2022
 Accepted on 13 Sep 2022            Submitted on 13 Sep 2022

Correction

The original article (O’Connor et al, 2022) was erroneously published with placeholder text that had been included during the peer review process to ensure anonymity. The name of the university where the research was carried out (the University of Liverpool) was omitted from various sections.

The affected sentences are corrected below.

Methods

The first sentence should read:

The study was approved by the Committee on Research Ethics at the University of Liverpool and informed consent was obtained prior to testing.

Participants

The first sentence should read:

Participants were recruited into the study from the student population at the University of Liverpool.

Ethics and consent

The entire section should read:

This study was approved by the Research Ethics Approval Committee of the University of Liverpool. All of the participants provided a written informed consent before proceeding with the study.

Acknowledgements

The entire section should read:

Thank you to the student orthoptists from The University of Liverpool who undertook the data collection as part of their undergraduate training.

Competing interests

The authors have no competing interests to declare.

References

  1. O’Connor, A, King, C, Milling, A and Tidbury, L. 2022. Using a Computerised Staircase and Incremental Optotype Sizes to Improve Visual Acuity Assessment Accuracy. British and Irish Orthoptic Journal, 18(1): pp.93–100. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/bioj.271