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Burnout, working conditions and gender - results from the northern Sweden MONICA Study

Sofia Norlund, Christina Reuterwall, Jonas Höög, Bernt Lindahl, Urban Janlert and Lisbeth Slunga Birgander*

BMC Public Health 2010, 10:326  doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-326

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Correction of Table 2.

Lisbeth Slunga Jarvholm   (2011-09-19 12:48)  Department of Public health and Clinical Medicine, Umeå university email

We (authors) have unfortunately found an error/mistake in Table 2, page 5, first column.

The subtitles below Socioeconomic index (SEI) should be:
White-collar (low)
White-collar r (middle-high)



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