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Published on 31.08.11 in Vol 13, No 3 (2011): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "Prevalence and Global Health Implications of Social Media in Direct-to-Consumer Drug Advertising"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1775):

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  1. Kornfield R, Alexander GC, Qato DM, Kim Y, Hirsch JD, Emery SL. Trends in Exposure to Televised Prescription Drug Advertising, 2003–2011. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2015;48(5):575
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  4. Koteyko N, Hunt D, Gunter B. Expectations in the field of the Internet and health: an analysis of claims about social networking sites in clinical literature. Sociology of Health & Illness 2015;37(3):468
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  5. Mackey TK, Cuomo RE, Liang BA. The rise of digital direct-to-consumer advertising?: Comparison of direct-to-consumer advertising expenditure trends from publicly available data sources and global policy implications. BMC Health Services Research 2015;15(1)
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  6. Xu WW, Chiu I, Chen Y, Mukherjee T. Twitter hashtags for health: applying network and content analyses to understand the health knowledge sharing in a Twitter-based community of practice. Quality & Quantity 2015;49(4):1361
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  7. Tyrawski J, DeAndrea DC. Pharmaceutical Companies and Their Drugs on Social Media: A Content Analysis of Drug Information on Popular Social Media Sites. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(6):e130
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  8. Salimian PK, Chunara R, Weitzman ER. Averting the Perfect Storm: Addressing Youth Substance Use Risk From Social Media Use. Pediatric Annals 2014;43(10):411
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  9. BINDHIM NF, NAICKER S, FREEMAN B, MCGEECHAN K, TREVENA L. Apps Promoting Illicit Drugs—A Need for Tighter Regulation?. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet 2014;18(1):31
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  10. Capurro D, Cole K, Echavarría MI, Joe J, Neogi T, Turner AM. The Use of Social Networking Sites for Public Health Practice and Research: A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(3):e79
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  11. Scott Rader C, Subhan Z, D. Lanier C, Brooksbank R, Yankah S, Spears K. CyberRx. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing 2014;8(2):193
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  12. Mackey TK, Yagi N, Liang BA. Prescription drug coupons: Evolution and need for regulation in direct-to-consumer advertising. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2014;10(3):588
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  13. Grajales III FJ, Sheps S, Ho K, Novak-Lauscher H, Eysenbach G. Social Media: A Review and Tutorial of Applications in Medicine and Health Care. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e13
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  14. Liang BA, Mackey TK, Lovett KM. Illegal “No Prescription” Internet Access to Narrow Therapeutic Index Drugs. Clinical Therapeutics 2013;35(5):694
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  15. Mackey TK, Liang BA. Pharmaceutical digital marketing and governance: illicit actors and challenges to global patient safety and public health. Globalization and Health 2013;9(1):45
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  16. Mackey TK, Liang BA. Global Reach of Direct-to-Consumer Advertising Using Social Media for Illicit Online Drug Sales. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e105
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  17. Mackey TK, Liang BA, Strathdee SA. Digital Social Media, Youth, and Nonmedical Use of Prescription Drugs: The Need for Reform. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(7):e143
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  18. Williams SA, Terras M, Warwick C. How Twitter Is Studied in the Medical Professions: A Classification of Twitter Papers Indexed in PubMed. Medicine 2.0 2013;2(2):e2
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  19. Wilson K, Keelan J. Social Media and the Empowering of Opponents of Medical Technologies: The Case of Anti-Vaccinationism. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e103
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  20. Mackey TK, Liang BA. Separating online piracy from counterfeit medicines: The need for policy reform and a call to action. Health Policy and Technology 2012;1(3):120
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  21. Liang BA, Mackey TK, Lovett KM. Suspect online sellers and contraceptive access. Contraception 2012;86(5):551
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  22. Liang BA, Mackey TK. Stem Cells, Dot-Com. Science Translational Medicine 2012;4(151):151cm9
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  23. Liang BA, Mackey TK. Online Availability and Safety of Drugs in Shortage: A Descriptive Study of Internet Vendor Characteristics. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(1):e27
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  24. Liang BA, Mackey TK. Vaccine shortages and suspect online pharmacy sellers. Vaccine 2012;30(2):105
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  25. Mackey TK, Liang BA. Transparency in Physician-Industry Relationships. Pathology Case Reviews 2012;17(4):144
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  1. Adi A, Grigore G. Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Age. 2015. :143
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