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> Correction: Development of a Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire for Use among the Yup-ik People of Western Alaska The PLOS ONE Editors x Published: February 22, 2016 https:-doi.org-10.1371-journal.pone.0150317 Article Metrics Comments Related Content Reader Comments 0 Media Coverage Reset zoom 1 { %> All Figures Next Previous show more show less Show in Context

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TIFF PNG PPT Permission was not sought for listing Jennifer Johnson in the Acknowledgments for this article, and as a result, her name should not have been listed. We issue this Correction to update the Acknowledgments section, which should read as below:-We would like to acknowledge the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation and the Norton Sound Health Corporation, and all the people who so generously gave of their time and knowledge in each community, from the clinic to the tribal council to the city office to the stores to the schools.-We also take this opportunity to provide clarification on some additional items:The manuscript was reviewed and approved by the Norton Sound Health Corporation Norton Sound Research Ethics Review Board, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium ANTHC Health Research Review Committee HRRC on behalf of the ANTHC Board of Directors, and the Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation Executive Board of Directors and Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation Human Studies Committee.It has come to the attention of the PLOS ONE Editors that a number of dietary instruments for Alaska Native populations have been published, but were not cited in the article, including:Johnson JS, Nobmann ED, Asay E, Lanier AP. Developing a validated Alaska Native food frequency questionnaire for western Alaska, 2002–2006. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2009 Apr; 682:99–108. 2Johnson JS, Nobmann ED, Asay E. Factors related to fruit, vegetable and traditional food consumption which may affect health among Alaska Native People in Western Alaska. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2012 Mar 19;71:17345. doi: 10.3402-ijch.v71i0.17345. 3Reference1. Kolahdooz F, Simeon D, Ferguson G, Sharma S 2014 Development of a Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire for Use among the Yup-ik People of Western Alaska. PLoS ONE 96: e100412. pmid:24963718 View Article PubMed-NCBI Google Scholar 2. Johnson JS, Nobmann ED, Asay E, Lanier AP. Developing a validated Alaska Native food frequency questionnaire for western Alaska, 2002–2006. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2009 Apr; 682:99–108 pmid:19517870 View Article PubMed-NCBI Google Scholar 3. Johnson JS, Nobmann ED, Asay E. Factors related to fruit, vegetable and traditional food consumption which may affect health among Alaska Native People in Western Alaska. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2012 Mar 19;71:17345. pmid:22456043 View Article PubMed-NCBI Google Scholar



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