Corrigendum to “A public healthscape framework for assessing geriatric long-term care public hospitals in South Korea by a Delphi expert consultation” [Build. Environ. 165 (2019) 1–13](S0360132319305013)(10.1016/j.buildenv.2019.106291)

Sookyung Chun, Kyungsook Nam

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JournalBuilding and Environment
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