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Works citing "What Internet Services Would Patients Like From Hospitals During an Epidemic? Lessons From the SARS Outbreak in Toronto"

Carlos A Rizo, Doina Lupea, Homayoun Baybourdy, Matthew Anderson, Tom Closson, Alejandro R Jadad
J Med Internet Res 2005 (Aug 03); 7(4):e46 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.7.4.e46):

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1. Schmalzried HD, Fleming Fallon L, Harper EA. Assessing informational website communications during emergencies and disasters. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 2012;17(3):199 [CrossRef]
2. Zach L. What Do I Do in an Emergency? The Role of Public Libraries in Providing Information During Times of Crisis. Science & Technology Libraries 2011;30(4):404 [CrossRef]
3. Fallon LF, Schmalzried HD, Hasan N. Communications Between Local Health Departments and the Public During Emergencies. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 2011;17(1):E1 [CrossRef]
4. Taylor-Robinson D, Elders K, Milton B, Thurston H. Students' attitudes to the communications employed during an outbreak of meningococcal disease in a UK school: a qualitative study. Journal of Public Health 2010;32(1):32 [CrossRef]
5. Glik DC. Risk Communication for Public Health Emergencies. Annual Review of Public Health 2007;28(1):33 [CrossRef]
6. Evans W. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Health Communication 2006;19(3):277 [CrossRef]