You cannot correct typing errors or any mistakes after you have submitted your thesis.
Typing errors and other mistakes can however be pointed out in a separate document attached to the thesis, titled "Errata" ("Erratum" if there is only one error).
If the errata list is approved after the printing of the thesis, the errata list can be added to the printed thesis at the day of the defence.
The application must include a complete overview of the errors (errata) which the candidate wishes to correct.
After submission of the thesis, you as a Ph D candidate may apply for permission to correct formal errors (punctuation, typing errors, minor layout changes etc.) in the thesis.
The Ph D thesis will be assessed exactly as it has been submitted, and the corrections will not be sent to the evaluation committee.
After the errata has been approved you can edit the final version of the dissertation that is printed and published in BORA.
The errata list must always be included in the dissertation.
The Department of Community Medicine has their own number series.
If you are affiliated with this department, cantact Gerd Sissel Furumo for ISBN-number.