Corrigendum: Implementation of Therapeutic Virtual Reality Into Psychiatric Care: Clinicians' and Service Managers' Perspectives (Front. Psychiatry, (2022), 12, (791123), 10.3389/fpsyt.2021.791123)

Olivia S. Chung, T.E. Robinson, Alisha M. Johnson, Nathan L. Dowling, Chee H. Ng, Murat Yücel, Rebecca A. Segrave

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In the original article, under the “Organizational Factors” and “Professional Factors” sections of the Discussion, the citation numbers from #39 onwards were listed incorrectly. Additionally, two references were missing from the original reference list: Levac D, Glegg SMN, Sveistrup H, Colquhoun H, Miller PA, Finestone H, DePaul V, Harris JE, Velikonja D. A knowledge translation intervention to enhance clinical application of a virtual reality system in stroke rehabilitation. BMC Health Serv Res. (2016) 16:557. doi: 10.1186/s12913-016-1807-6 Threapleton K, Newberry K, Sutton G, Worthington E, Drummond A. Virtually home: feasibility study and pilot randomised controlled trial of a virtual reality intervention to support patient discharge after stroke. Br J Occup Ther. (2018) 81:196–206. doi: 10.1177/0308022617743459 The reference list has now been corrected (new references 44 and 48 signified b). In the “Discussion” section, under “Professional Factors” “The emergence of automated applications, which may be delivered by a ‘non-specialist workforce’ providing predominantly technical support (45) will likely enhance these concerns” has been corrected to: “The emergence of automated applications, which may be delivered by a “non-specialist workforce” providing predominantly technical support (52) will likely enhance these concerns.” “Indeed, innovations are more easily adopted when their required procedural knowledge is codified and when access to high-quality training and fidelity-based supervision is available (43, 52)” has been corrected to: “Indeed, innovations are more easily adopted when their required procedural knowledge is codified and when access to high-quality training and fidelity-based supervision is available (43, 53).

Original languageEnglish
Article number893637
JournalFrontiers in Psychiatry
Volume13
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 23 Jun 2022

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