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Virtual Worlds  Human Factors and Usability Case Studies 

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Works citing "Using Virtual Reality to Provide Health Care Information to People With Intellectual Disabilities: Acceptability, Usability, and Potential Utility"

Valerie Hall, Suzanne Conboy-Hill, Dave Taylor
J Med Internet Res 2011 (Nov 14); 13(4):e91 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1917):

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1. Antoniou PE, Athanasopoulou CA, Dafli E, Bamidis PD. Exploring Design Requirements for Repurposing Dental Virtual Patients From the Web to Second Life: A Focus Group Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(6):e151 [CrossRef]
2. García-Peñalvo FJ, Cruz-Benito J, Maderuelo C, Pérez-Blanco JS, Martín-Suárez A. Usalpharma: A Cloud-Based Architecture to Support Quality Assurance Training Processes in Health Area Using Virtual Worlds. The Scientific World Journal 2014;2014:1 [CrossRef]
3. Jaffer U, Vaughan-Huxley E, Standfield N, John NW. Medical Mentoring Via the Evolving World Wide Web. Journal of Surgical Education 2013;70(1):121 [CrossRef]
4. Tarnanas I, Schlee W, Tsolaki M, Müri R, Mosimann U, Nef T. Ecological Validity of Virtual Reality Daily Living Activities Screening for Early Dementia: Longitudinal Study. JMIR Serious Games 2013;1(1):e1 [CrossRef]
5. Jaffer U, John NW, Standfield N. Surgical Trainee Opinions in the United Kingdom Regarding a Three-Dimensional Virtual Mentoring Environment (MentorSL) in Second Life: Pilot Study. JMIR Serious Games 2013;1(1):e2 [CrossRef]