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Published on 28.02.12 in Vol 14, No 1 (2012): Jan-Feb

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Works citing "Developing Health Promotion Interventions on Social Networking Sites: Recommendations from The FaceSpace Project"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1875):

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  15. Davis MA, Haney CS, Weeks WB, Sirovich BE, Anthony DL. Did You Hear the One About the Doctor? An Examination of Doctor Jokes Posted on Facebook. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e41
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  29. Nguyen P, Gold J, Pedrana A, Chang S, Howard S, Ilic O, Hellard M, Stoove M. Sexual Health Promotion on Social Networking Sites: A Process Evaluation of the FaceSpace Project. Journal of Adolescent Health 2013;53(1):98
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  30. Pedrana A, Hellard M, Gold J, Ata N, Chang S, Howard S, Asselin J, Ilic O, Batrouney C, Stoove M. Queer as F**k: Reaching and Engaging Gay Men in Sexual Health Promotion through Social Networking Sites. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(2):e25
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  31. Leavy JE, Rosenberg M, Barnes R, Bauman A, Bull FC. Would you Find Thirty online? Website use in a Western Australian physical activity campaign. Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2013;24(2):118
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  32. Ahmed OH, Sullivan SJ, Schneiders AG, Anderson L, Paton C, McCrory PR. Ethical Considerations in Using Facebook for Health Care Support: A Case Study Using Concussion Management. PM&R 2013;5(4):328
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  33. Kim S, Oh S. Undergraduates' Use of Social Media for Health Information. Journal of the Korean Society for information Management 2012;29(4):83
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  1. Jawad A, Jawad I, Alwan NA, Jawad A. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2017.
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  2. Johnston CA, Hernandez DC, Shuaib A. Nutrition in Lifestyle Medicine. 2017. Chapter 11:213
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