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Correction

        In the article “Dance for People With Parkinson Disease: What Is the Evidence Telling Us?” (Shanahan et al, Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2015;96:141-53), there are a few corrections to the text and reference citations as follows:

        Results

        Page 143, Participants, sentence 1: The word “studies” was used incorrectly in 2 instances. The correct sentence is: The sample size of studies ranged from a minimum of 11 participants38,40,41 to a maximum of 75 participants.7
        Page 143, Frequency, sentence 2: Reference 37 (McKee and Hackney, 2013) was incorrectly located in this sentence, and the number of studies and classes were incorrect. The correct sentence is: Eight studies provided 2 classes per week,6,7,10,12,33-35,37 2 studies provided 1 class per week,36,40 and 1 study provided 3 classes per week.38
        Page 144, Table 1, row 1 (McKee and Hackney37 [quasi-RCT]), column 5 (Frequency), should list 2 classes per week instead of 1.
        Page 146, Measurement tools, paragraph 3, sentence 3: Reference 40 (Heiberger et al, 2011) was unintentionally omitted from this sentence, and the number of studies was incorrect. The correct sentence is: Improvements in quality of life were reported in 3 studies7,36,40 of the 5 studies7,36,37,40,41 that assessed this outcome.

        Discussion

        Page 148, paragraph 1, sentence 2: References 6 (Duncan et al, 2012) and 41 (Marchant et al, 2010) were incorrectly placed after the word “endurance”. The correct sentence is: The findings of this review have found that improvements in balance,6,10,34,35-39,41 motor impairment,6,10,34,36,37,39-41 and endurance34,35,39 were reported after participation in dance.
        Page 148, Frequency, paragraph 2, sentence 2: Reference 37 (McKee and Hackney, 2013) was unintentionally cited in this sentence, and the number of studies was incorrect. The correct sentence is: With respect to lower frequencies, only 2 studies (1 RCT and 1 cohort study)36,40 implemented 1 class per week.

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        • Dance for People With Parkinson Disease: What Is the Evidence Telling Us?
          Archives of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationVol. 96Issue 1
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            (1) To appraise and synthesize the literature on dance interventions for individuals with Parkinson disease (PD); (2) to provide information regarding the frequency, intensity, duration, and type of dance used in these programs; and (3) to inform the development of future studies evaluating dance interventions in this population.
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