Corrigendum to “Longer-term use of electronic cigarettes when provided as a stop smoking aid: Systematic review with meta-analyses” [Preventive Medicine, Volume 165, Part B, December 2022, 1–12/107182] (Preventive Medicine (2022) 165(PB), (S0091743522002316), (10.1016/j.ypmed.2022.107182))
Butler AR., Lindson N., Fanshawe TR., Theodoulou A., Begh R., Hajek P., McRobbie H., Bullen C., Notley C., Rigotti NA., Hartmann-Boyce J.
The authors regret that Fig. 3 was not included (Fig. 2 appeared twice). Fig. 3 shows the prevalence of e-cigarette use at six months or longer in participants who successfully quit combustible cigarettes. Fig. 3 is included below.[Formula presented] The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.