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Internet-based Survey & Research Methodology  Research Participants Recruitment and Engagement 

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Works citing "Bias in Online Recruitment and Retention of Racial and Ethnic Minority Men Who Have Sex With Men"

Patrick S. Sullivan, Christine M. Khosropour, Nicole Luisi, Matthew Amsden, Tom Coggia, Gina M. Wingood, Ralph J. DiClemente
J Med Internet Res 2011 (May 13); 13(2):e38 

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1. 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 [CrossRef]
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15. Wall KM, Stephenson R, Sullivan PS. Frequency of Sexual Activity With Most Recent Male Partner Among Young, Internet-Using Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United States. Journal of Homosexuality 2013;60(10):1520 [CrossRef]
16. Schmidt AJ, Hickson F, Weatherburn P, Marcus U. Comparison of the performance of STI Screening Services for gay and bisexual men across 40 European cities: results from the European MSM Internet Survey. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2013; [CrossRef]
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21. Frew PM, Williams VA, Shapiro ET, Sanchez T, Rosenberg ES, Fenimore VL, Sullivan PS. From (Un)Willingness to InvolveMENt: Development of a Successful Study Brand for Recruitment of Diverse MSM to a Longitudinal HIV Research. International Journal of Population Research 2013;2013:1 [CrossRef]
22. Murray E, White IR, Varagunam M, Godfrey C, Khadjesari Z, McCambridge J. Attrition Revisited: Adherence and Retention in a Web-Based Alcohol Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(8):e162 [CrossRef]
23. Young SD, Jaganath D. Online Social Networking for HIV Education and Prevention. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2012;:1 [CrossRef]
24. Bull SS, Levine DK, Black SR, Schmiege SJ, Santelli J. Social Media–Delivered Sexual Health Intervention. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2012;43(5):467 [CrossRef]
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26. Young SD. Recommended Guidelines on Using Social Networking Technologies for HIV Prevention Research. AIDS and Behavior 2012;16(7):1743 [CrossRef]
27. Shearer K, Khosropour C, Stephenson R, Sullivan PS. Do Bisexual Men Tell Their Female Partners About Having Male Partners? Results From a National Online HIV Prevention Survey in the United States. International Journal of Sexual Health 2012;24(3):195 [CrossRef]
28. Burrell ER, Pines HA, Robbie E, Coleman L, Murphy RD, Hess KL, Anton P, Gorbach PM. Use of the Location-Based Social Networking Application GRINDR as a Recruitment Tool in Rectal Microbicide Development Research. AIDS and Behavior 2012;16(7):1816 [CrossRef]
29. Du Bois SN, Johnson SE, Mustanski B. Examining Racial and Ethnic Minority Differences Among YMSM During Recruitment for an Online HIV Prevention Intervention Study. AIDS and Behavior 2012;16(6):1430 [CrossRef]
30. Benoit E, Pass M, Randolph D, Murray D, Downing MJ. Reaching and engaging non-gay identified, non-disclosing Black men who have sex with both men and women. Culture, Health & Sexuality 2012;14(9):975 [CrossRef]
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32. Khosropour CM, Sullivan PS. Predictors of Retention in an Online Follow-up Study of Men Who Have Sex With Men. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(3):e47 [CrossRef]