In the November issue of Stroke, acknowledgments were left out of the article entitled, “Immediate Computed Tomography Scanning of Acute Stroke Is Cost-Effective and Improves Quality of Life” by Wardlaw et al.1 These acknowledgments as they should have appeared are as follows:
This study was funded by the NHS HTA Programme 96/08/01. HERU is funded by the Chief Scientist Office of the Scottish Executive Health Department. The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and not the funders. We are very grateful to Prof Martin Dennis who established and coordinated the Stroke Registry from which much of the data used in the model were obtained. The assistance of Dr Paul Dorman in obtaining data on health related quality of life after stroke, and of the Information and Statistics Division of the Scottish Executive for record linkage are gratefully acknowledged.
↵ 1 [Correction for Vol 35, Number 11, November 2004. Pages 2477–2483.]