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Works citing "Challenges of Internet Recruitment: A Case Study with Disappointing Results"

Malcolm Koo, Harvey Skinner
J Med Internet Res 2005 (Mar 19); 7(1):e6 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.7.1.e6):

(note that this is only a small subset of citations)

1. Yuan P, Bare MG, Johnson MO, Saberi P. Using Online Social Media for Recruitment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Participants: A Cross-Sectional Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(5):e117 [CrossRef]
2. Batterham PJ. Recruitment of mental health survey participants using Internet advertising: content, characteristics and cost effectiveness. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research 2014;23(2):184 [CrossRef]
3. Troullos E, Baird L, Jayawardena S. Common Cold Symptoms in Children: Results of an Internet-Based Surveillance Program. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(6):e144 [CrossRef]
4. Brown A, Davies R. Fathers' experiences of supporting breastfeeding: challenges for breastfeeding promotion and education. Maternal & Child Nutrition 2014;:n/a [CrossRef]
5. Brown A. Maternal restraint and external eating behaviour are associated with formula use or shorter breastfeeding duration. Appetite 2014;76:30 [CrossRef]
6. Ünlü Ince B, Cuijpers P, van 't Hof E, Riper H. Reaching and recruiting Turkish migrants for a clinical trial through Facebook: A process evaluation. Internet Interventions 2014;1(2):74 [CrossRef]
7. Brown A, Rance J, Warren L. Body image concerns during pregnancy are associated with a shorter breast feeding duration. Midwifery 2014; [CrossRef]
8. Frandsen M, Walters J, Ferguson SG. Exploring the Viability of Using Online Social Media Advertising as a Recruitment Method for Smoking Cessation Clinical Trials. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2014;16(2):247 [CrossRef]
9. Schoeppe S, Oliver M, Badland HM, Burke M, Duncan MJ. Recruitment and Retention of Children in Behavioral Health Risk Factor Studies: REACH Strategies. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2014;21(5):794 [CrossRef]
10. Kramer J, Rubin A, Coster W, Helmuth E, Hermos J, Rosenbloom D, Moed R, Dooley M, Kao Y, Liljenquist K, Brief D, Enggasser J, Keane T, Roy M, Lachowicz M. Strategies to address participant misrepresentation for eligibility in Web-based research. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research 2014;23(1):120 [CrossRef]
11. Close S, Smaldone A, Fennoy I, Reame N, Grey M. Using Information Technology and Social Networking for Recruitment of Research Participants: Experience From an Exploratory Study of Pediatric Klinefelter Syndrome. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(3):e48 [CrossRef]
12. Sadasivam RS, Hogan TP, Volkman JE, Smith BM, Coley HL, Williams JH, DeLaughter K, Ray MN, Gilbert GH, Ford DE, Allison JJ, Houston TK. Implementing point of care “e-referrals” in 137 clinics to increase access to a quit smoking internet system: the Quit-Primo and National Dental PBRN HI-QUIT Studies. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2013;3(4):370 [CrossRef]
13. AlYousef Y, Damiano P, Weber-Gasparoni K, Qian F, Murph J, Nothwehr F. Medical students' child oral-health-related knowledge, practices and attitudes. European Journal of Dental Education 2013;17(4):218 [CrossRef]
14. Quach S, Pereira JA, Russell ML, Wormsbecker AE, Ramsay H, Crowe L, Quan SD, Kwong J. The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Online Recruitment of Parents for Health-Related Focus Groups: Lessons Learned. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(11):e250 [CrossRef]
15. Sadasivam RS, Kinney RL, Delaughter K, Rao SR, Williams JH, Coley HL, Ray MN, Gilbert GH, Allison JJ, Ford DE, Houston TK. Who Participates in Web-Assisted Tobacco Interventions? The Quit-Primo and National Dental Practice-Based Research Network Hi-Quit Studies. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e77 [CrossRef]
16. Graham AL, Cha S, Cobb NK, Fang Y, Niaura RS, Mushro A. Impact of Seasonality on Recruitment, Retention, Adherence, and Outcomes in a Web-Based Smoking Cessation Intervention: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(11):e249 [CrossRef]
17. Morgan AJ, Jorm AF, Mackinnon AJ. Internet-Based Recruitment to a Depression Prevention Intervention: Lessons From the Mood Memos Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(2):e31 [CrossRef]
18. Danaher BG, Severson HH, Andrews JA, Tyler MS, Lichtenstein E, Woolley TG, Seeley JR. Randomized Controlled Trial of MyLastDip: A Web-Based Smokeless Tobacco Cessation Program for Chewers Ages 14-25. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2013;15(9):1502 [CrossRef]
19. Kohl LF, Crutzen R, de Vries NK. Online Prevention Aimed at Lifestyle Behaviors: A Systematic Review of Reviews. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(7):e146 [CrossRef]
20. Fary RE, Slater H, Chua J, Briggs AM. Translating Policy into Practice for Community-Based Management of Rheumatoid Arthritis: Targeting Professional Development Needs among Physiotherapists. International Journal of Rheumatology 2012;2012:1 [CrossRef]
21. Balfe M, Doyle F, Conroy R. Using Facebook to Recruit Young Adults for Qualitative Research Projects. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2012;30(10):511 [CrossRef]
22. Fenner Y, Garland SM, Moore EE, Jayasinghe Y, Fletcher A, Tabrizi SN, Gunasekaran B, Wark JD. Web-Based Recruiting for Health Research Using a Social Networking Site: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(1):e20 [CrossRef]
23. Penckofer SM. Lost in translation: will the ‘personal’ become ‘impersonal’ when conducting research in the age of technology?. Clinical Investigation 2012;2(6):555 [CrossRef]
24. HERSHBERGER PE, KAVANAUGH K, HAMILTON R, KLOCK SC, MERRY L, OLSHANSKY E, PIERCE PF. Development of an Informational Web Site for Recruiting Research Participants. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2011;29(10):544 [CrossRef]
25. Townsend A, Amarsi Z, Backman CL, Cox SM, Li LC. Communications Between Volunteers and Health Researchers during Recruitment and Informed Consent: Qualitative Content Analysis of Email Interactions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(4):e84 [CrossRef]
26. Samoocha D, Snels IA, Bruinvels DJ, Anema JR, Kowalczyk W, van der Beek AJ. Process evaluation of a web-based intervention aimed at empowerment of disability benefit claimants. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2011;11(1):10 [CrossRef]
27. Estrada CA, Krishnamoorthy P, Smith A, Staton L, Korf MJ, Allison JJ, Houston TK. Marketing to increase participation in a Web-based continuing medical education cultural competence curriculum. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions 2011;31(1):21 [CrossRef]
28. PARR JM, KAVANAGH DJ, YOUNG RM, MITCHELL G. Acceptability of cognitive-behaviour therapy via the Internet for cessation of benzodiazepine use. Drug and Alcohol Review 2011;30(3):306 [CrossRef]
29. Halpert A, Rybin D, Doros G. Expressive Writing Is a Promising Therapeutic Modality for the Management of IBS: A Pilot Study. The American Journal of Gastroenterology 2010;105(11):2440 [CrossRef]
30. Ip EJ, Barnett MJ, Tenerowicz MJ, Perry PJ. The Touro 12-Step: A Systematic Guide to Optimizing Survey Research with Online Discussion Boards. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2010;12(2):e16 [CrossRef]
31. Murray E, Khadjesari Z, White IR, Kalaitzaki E, Godfrey C, McCambridge J, Thompson SG, Wallace P. Methodological Challenges in Online Trials. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2009;11(1):e9 [CrossRef]
32. Danaher BG, Seeley JR. Methodological Issues in Research on Web-Based Behavioral Interventions. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2009;38(1):28 [CrossRef]
33. Moliner J, Mozota J, María Abad J, Casaña L, Júdez D, José Rabanaque M. ¿Es pertinente investigar las relaciones entre médicos e industria farmacéutica?. Revista de Calidad Asistencial 2009;24(2):72 [CrossRef]
34. Stopponi MA, Alexander GL, McClure JB, Carroll NM, Divine GW, Calvi JH, Rolnick SJ, Strecher VJ, Johnson CC, Ritzwoller DP. Recruitment to a Randomized Web-Based Nutritional Intervention Trial: Characteristics of Participants Compared to Non-Participants. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2009;11(3):e38 [CrossRef]
35. Bialous SA, Sarna L, Wells M, Elashoff D, Wewers ME, Froelicher ES. Characteristics of Nurses Who Used the Internet-Based Nurses QuitNet®for Smoking Cessation. Public Health Nursing 2009;26(4):329 [CrossRef]
36. Carballo JL, Fernández-Hermida JR, Secades-Villa R, García-Rodríguez O. Effectiveness and efficiency of methodology for recruiting participants in natural recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. Addiction Research & Theory 2009;17(1):80 [CrossRef]
37. Bull S, Pratte K, Whitesell N, Rietmeijer C, McFarlane M. Effects of an Internet-Based Intervention for HIV Prevention: The Youthnet Trials. AIDS and Behavior 2009;13(3):474 [CrossRef]
38. Shahab L, McEwen A. Online support for smoking cessation: a systematic review of the literature. Addiction 2009;104(11):1792 [CrossRef]
39. Bot M, Milder IE, Bemelmans WJ. Nationwide Implementation of Hello World: A Dutch Email-Based Health Promotion Program for Pregnant Women. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2009;11(3):e24 [CrossRef]
40. Blank D, Hohgraefe Neto G, Grando E, Siqueira PZ, Lunkes RP, Pietrobeli JL, Marzola NR, Goldani MZ. A Web-based survey on students' conceptions of ‘accident’. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2009;34(4):189 [CrossRef]
41. Alexander GL, Divine GW, Couper MP, McClure JB, Stopponi MA, Fortman KK, Tolsma DD, Strecher VJ, Johnson CC. Effect of Incentives and Mailing Features on Online Health Program Enrollment. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2008;34(5):382 [CrossRef]
42. Dobrow MJ, Orchard MC, Golden B, Holowaty E, Paszat L, Brown AD, Sullivan T. Response Audit of an Internet Survey of Health Care Providers and Administrators: Implications for Determination of Response Rates. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2008;10(4):e30 [CrossRef]
43. Graham AL, Milner P, Saul JE, Pfaff L. Online Advertising as a Public Health and Recruitment Tool: Comparison of Different Media Campaigns to Increase Demand for Smoking Cessation Interventions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2008;10(5):e50 [CrossRef]
44. Mohammadi N, Jones T, Evans D. Participant recruitment from minority religious groups: the case of the Islamic population in South Australia. International Nursing Review 2008;55(4):393 [CrossRef]
45. Thomson M, Spence JC, Raine K, Laing L. The Association of Television Viewing With Snacking Behavior and Body Weight of Young Adults. American Journal of Health Promotion 2008;22(5):329 [CrossRef]
46. Robinson JL, Fuerch JH, Winiewicz DD, Salvy SJ, Roemmich JN, Epstein LH. Cost effectiveness of recruitment methods in an obesity prevention trial for young children. Preventive Medicine 2007;44(6):499 [CrossRef]
47. Glasgow RE, Nelson CC, Kearney KA, Reid R, Ritzwoller DP, Strecher VJ, Couper MP, Green B, Wildenhaus K. Reach, Engagement, and Retention in an Internet-Based Weight Loss Program in a Multi-Site Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2007;9(2):e11 [CrossRef]
48. Cunningham JA, Humphreys K, Kypri K, van Mierlo T. Formative Evaluation and Three-Month Follow-Up of an Online Personalized Assessment Feedback Intervention for Problem Drinkers. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(2):e5 [CrossRef]
49. Thompson D, Canada A, Bhatt R, Davis J, Plesko L, Baranowski T, Cullen K, Zakeri I. eHealth recruitment challenges. Evaluation and Program Planning 2006;29(4):433 [CrossRef]

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