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Erratum to: A pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate the safety, clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and satisfaction with point of care testing in a general practice setting – rationale, design and baseline characteristics

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Following the publication of our article [1] we noticed an error within Additional file 2: Comparison of patient baseline characteristics by condition. The column headings 'Control' and 'Intervention' are incorrectly positioned in the table and should be switched.

The table should therefore appear as shown in Table 1 in this correction.

Table 1 Comparison of patient baseline characteristics by condition

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    Laurence C, Gialamas A, Yelland L, Bubner T, Ryan P, Willson K, Glastonbury B, Gill J, Shepard M, Beilby J, for members of the PoCT Trial Management Committee: A pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate the safety, clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and satisfaction with point of care testing in a general practice setting – rationale, design and baseline characteristics. Trials. 2008, 9: 50-10.1186/1745-6215-9-50.

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Correspondence to Caroline Laurence.

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Laurence, C., Gialamas, A., Yelland, L. et al. Erratum to: A pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate the safety, clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and satisfaction with point of care testing in a general practice setting – rationale, design and baseline characteristics. Trials 10, 7 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1186/1745-6215-10-7

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