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Published on 29.09.11 in Vol 13, No 3 (2011): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "Using Web-Based and Paper-Based Questionnaires for Collecting Data on Fertility Issues Among Female Childhood Cancer Survivors: Differences in Response Characteristics"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1707):

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  1. Kim CH, Chung CK, Choi Y, Shin H, Woo JW, Kim S, Lee H. The usefulness of a mobile device-based system for patient-reported outcomes in a spine outpatient clinic. The Spine Journal 2016;16(7):843
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  2. Nguyen J, Marx R, Hidaka C, Wilson S, Lyman S. Validation of electronic administration of knee surveys among ACL-injured patients. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 2016;
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  3. Fitzgerald K, Vaughan B. A snap-shot of attrition from the osteopathy profession in Australia. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 2016;22:33
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  4. Blumenberg C, Barros AJD. Electronic data collection in epidemiological research. Applied Clinical Informatics 2016;7(3):672
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  5. Kilsdonk E, van Dulmen-den Broeder E, van der Pal HJ, Hollema N, Kremer LC, van den Heuvel-Eibrink MM, van Leeuwen FE, Jaspers MW, van den Berg MH. Effect of Web-Based Versus Paper-Based Questionnaires and Follow-Up Strategies on Participation Rates of Dutch Childhood Cancer Survivors: A Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Cancer 2015;1(2):e11
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  6. Horevoorts NJ, Vissers PA, Mols F, Thong MS, van de Poll-Franse LV. Response Rates for Patient-Reported Outcomes Using Web-Based Versus Paper Questionnaires: Comparison of Two Invitational Methods in Older Colorectal Cancer Patients. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(5):e111
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  7. Gerbase MW, Germond M, Cerutti B, Vu NV, Baroffio A. How Many Responses Do We Need? Using Generalizability Analysis to Estimate Minimum Necessary Response Rates for Online Student Evaluations. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2015;27(4):395
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  8. David MC, Ware RS. Meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials supports the use of incentives for inducing response to electronic health surveys. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2014;67(11):1210
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  9. Ozono S, Ishida Y, Honda M, Okamura J, Asami K, Maeda N, Sakamoto N, Inada H, Iwai T, Kamibeppu K, Kakee N, Horibe K. General Health Status and Late Effects Among Adolescent and Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer in Japan. Japanese Journal of Clinical Oncology 2014;44(10):932
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  10. Gagné T, Agouri R, Cantinotti M, Boubaker A, Frohlich KL. How important are paper copies of questionnaires? Testing invitations modes when studying social inequalities in smoking among young adults. International Journal of Public Health 2014;59(1):207
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  11. Sugimoto T, Shinozaki T, Miyamoto Y. Aftershocks Associated With Impaired Health Caused by the Great East Japan Disaster Among Youth Across Japan: A National Cross-Sectional Survey. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2013;2(2):e31
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  12. Hohwü L, Lyshol H, Gissler M, Jonsson SH, Petzold M, Obel C. Web-Based Versus Traditional Paper Questionnaires: A Mixed-Mode Survey With a Nordic Perspective. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(8):e173
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  13. Hirsch O, Hauschild F, Schmidt MH, Baum E, Christiansen H. Comparison of Web-Based and Paper-Based Administration of ADHD Questionnaires for Adults. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(3):e47
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  14. Morris M, Edwards P, Doyle P, Maconochie N. Women in an infertility survey responded more by mail but preferred a choice: randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2013;66(2):226
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  15. Veerbeek MA, Oude Voshaar RC, Pot AM. Clinicians’ Perspectives on a Web-Based System for Routine Outcome Monitoring in Old-Age Psychiatry in the Netherlands. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(3):e76
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  16. Overbeek A, van den Berg MH, Kremer LC, van den Heuvel-Eibrink MM, Tissing WJ, Loonen JJ, Versluys B, Bresters D, Kaspers GJ, Lambalk CB, van Leeuwen FE, van Dulmen-den Broeder E. A nationwide study on reproductive function, ovarian reserve, and risk of premature menopause in female survivors of childhood cancer: design and methodological challenges. BMC Cancer 2012;12(1)
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