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Published on 30.09.09 in Vol 11, No 3 (2009): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "An Evaluation of Patient-Physician Communication Style During Telemedicine Consultations"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1193):

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  1. Ernesäter A, Engström M, Winblad U, Rahmqvist M, Holmström IK. Telephone nurses’ communication and response to callers’ concern – a mixed methods study. Applied Nursing Research 2015;
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  5. Wittenberg-Lyles E, Oliver DP, Kruse RL, Demiris G, Gage LA, Wagner K. Family Caregiver Participation in Hospice Interdisciplinary Team Meetings: How Does It Affect the Nature and Content of Communication?. Health Communication 2013;28(2):110
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  6. Street RL. How clinician–patient communication contributes to health improvement: Modeling pathways from talk to outcome. Patient Education and Counseling 2013;92(3):286
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  10. Wang F. Telehealth, sustainable economic development, and social welfare. Technological and Economic Development of Economy 2012;18(4):711
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  11. Williams KN, Herman RE. Linking Resident Behavior to Dementia Care Communication: Effects of Emotional Tone[1][1]Disclosure: Supported by the NIH NINR Small Grant: NR009231-02, Elderspeak: Impact on Dementia Care, K. Williams, PI. The authors have no actual or potential conflicts of interest related the reported research study.. Behavior Therapy 2011;42(1):42
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  12. Kubota Y, Yano Y, Seki S, Takada K, Sakuma M, Morimoto T, Akaike A, Hiraide A. Assessment of Pharmacy Students' Communication Competence Using the Roter Interaction Analysis System During Objective Structured Clinical Examinations. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2011;75(3):43
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  13. Kubota Y, Yano Y, Seki S, Takada K, Sakuma M, Morimoto T, Akaike A, Hiraide A. Assessment of Pharmacy Students' Communication Competence Using the Roter Interaction Analysis System During Objective Structured Clinical Examinations. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2011;75(3):43
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