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Int J Epidemiol. 2009 October; 38(5): 1422.
Published online 2009 September 30. doi:  10.1093/ije/dyp302
PMCID: PMC2912480

Improving epidemiological surveys of sexual behaviour conducted by telephone


Int J Epidemiol 2009;38:1118–1127

In this article, Table 2 on page 1124 should show the following percentages for reporting of ‘Recency: sex during menstrual period’ (T-ACASI vs T-IAQ): never (38.9 vs 47.1); 30 days (23.7 vs 23.7); 1–3 months (7.1 vs 4.8); 4-6 months (6.5 vs 5.7); 7–12 months (10.1 vs 10.4); and >12 months (13.8 vs 8.3).

In addition, Table 2 on page 1124 and references in text on pages 1123 and 1126 should refer to condom use during sex in the ‘past year’ not the past month.

The first author apologizes for the errors.

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