Correction to: Obstetric anesthesia services in Israel snapshot (OASIS) study: a 72 hour cross-sectional observational study of workforce supply and demand (Israel Journal of Health Policy Research, (2021), 10, 1, (24), 10.1186/s13584-021-00460-2)

Gal Schtrechman-Levi, Alexander Ioscovich, Jacob Hart, Jacob Bar, Ronit Calderon-Margalit, Eshel A. Nir, Yehuda Ginosar

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In the original publication of the article [1] there was a misunderstanding in the publication process which led to the missing hospital names in the results and study limitations section. The incorrect and correct information is shown here, the updated information is shown in bold. The original article has been updated. Incorrect – Twelve Israeli hospitals (7 governmental and 5 private) participated in the study: Shamir-Asaf HaRofe (Rishon Lezion), Poria (Tiberias), Mayanei Hayeshua (Bnei Brak), Ichilov (Tel Aviv), Wolfson (Holon), Barzilai (Ashkelon), Bnei Zion (Haifa), Hadassah Ein Karem (Jerusalem), Bikur Cholim (Jerusalem) and Shaarei Zedek (Jerusalem). Excluded hospitals included the seven hospitals of Clalit HMO: Rabin-Beilinson (Petach Tikva), Yoseftal (Eilat), Soroka (Beersheva), HaEmek (Afula), Meir (Kfar Saba), Kaplan (Rehovot), Carmel (Haifa). Also excluded were hospitals that did not obtain IRB approval: the Nazareth hospitals (English, Italian and French), Sheba (Tel Hashomer), Laniado (Netanya), Hillel Yaffe (Hadera), Rambam (Haifa).

Original languageEnglish
Article number30
JournalIsrael Journal of Health Policy Research
Volume10
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2021

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