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Correction: The implementation of an online mindfulness-based program for pediatric patients at a tertiary hospital in South America: a feasibility study protocol
Pilot and Feasibility Studies volume 8, Article number: 261 (2022)
Correction: Pilot Feasibility Stud 8, 220 (2022)
Following publication of the original article , an error was identified in the Feasibility sub-section.
The updated Feasibility is given below and the changes have been highlighted in bold typeface.
The primary outcome of this study is feasibility, which is an implementation outcome that reflects the extent to which a new treatment can be successfully carried out in a specific setting. Typically, this outcome is retrospec- tively measured by recruitment, retention and participa- tion rates. Feasibility is the most important outcome to be assessed when organizations and providers try new treatments . The feasibility of our study will be evalu- ated based on the recruitment, retention, and participa- tion rates over one year of study. The success of feasibility will be determined by a recruitment rate of 30 patients in 1 year of study with a retention and participation rate of at least 90%.
The original article  has been updated.
Pasqualucci P, Seifert G, Filho VO, et al. The implementation of an online mindfulness-based program for pediatric patients at a tertiary hospital in South America: a feasibility study protocol. Pilot Feasibility Stud. 2022;8:220. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40814-022-01176-z.
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Pasqualucci, P., Seifert, G., Filho, V.O. et al. Correction: The implementation of an online mindfulness-based program for pediatric patients at a tertiary hospital in South America: a feasibility study protocol. Pilot Feasibility Stud 8, 261 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40814-022-01228-4