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Correction to: Experiences of early graduate medical students working in New York hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic: a mixed methods study

The Original Article was published on 18 February 2021

Correction to: BMC Med Educ 21, 118 (2021)

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-021-02543-9

Following publication of the original article [1], we have been informed that Figs. 1 and 2 were published in low quality and with duplicate figure legends.

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Complete Intern Skills Survey Results: Comparison in Ratings of Comfort in Performing Medical Intern-level Skills and Ratings of Perceived Skills Between COVID-19 JP and Non-JP Early Graduates, May 2020. Comparison between the responses of early medical school graduates who served as Junior Physicians (JP) at NYU Langone Hospital – Long Island (formerly NYU Winthrop Hospital) or Stony Brook University Hospital and those who did not (Non-JP). Survey distributed near the end of the Junior Physician work period in May 2020. aP value was calculated by Wilcoxon rank sum test. bCramer’s V standard interpretation for effect size: small association [0.10–0.29]; medium association [0.30–0.49]; large association [0.50–1.00]. Abbreviations: DNR, do not resuscitate; JP, Junior Physician; Non-JP, Non-Junior Physician; PCP, primary care provider

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COVID Care Survey Results: Comparison in Ratings of Comfort and Associated Fear in Managing COVID-19 Patients Between JP and Non-JP Early Graduates, May 2020. Comparison between the responses of early medical school graduates who served as Junior Physicians (JP) at NYU Langone Hospital – Long Island (formerly NYU Winthrop Hospital) or Stony Brook University Hospital and those who did not (Non-JP) during the COVID-19 pandemic. Survey distributed near the end of the Junior Physician work period in May 2020. aP value was calculated by Wilcoxon rank sum test. bCramer’s V standard interpretation for effect size: small association [0.10–0.29]; medium association [0.30–0.49]; large association [0.50–1.00]. Abbreviations: BiPAP, bilevel positive airway pressure; CPAP, continuous positive airway pressure; COVID-19, Coronavirus disease 2019; ICU, intensive care unit; JP, Junior Physician; Non-JP, Non-Junior Physician; PPE, personal protective equipment

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Pravder, H.D., Langdon-Embry, L., Hernandez, R.J. et al. Correction to: Experiences of early graduate medical students working in New York hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic: a mixed methods study. BMC Med Educ 21, 160 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-021-02577-z

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