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Works citing "How Adolescents Use Technology for Health Information: Implications for Health Professionals from Focus Group Studies"

Harvey Skinner, Sherry Biscope, Blake Poland, Eudice Goldberg
J Med Internet Res 2003 (Dec 18); 5(4):e32 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5.4.e32):

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1. Alamanos E, Kuznesof S, Ritson C. The Influence of Holidays on Wine Purchasing Behaviour: Marketing and Tourism Insights Based on a Holiday Experience in Greece. International Journal of Tourism Research 2014;:n/a [CrossRef]
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3. Jones DJ. Future Directions in the Design, Development, and Investigation of Technology as a Service Delivery Vehicle. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 2014;43(1):128 [CrossRef]
4. Reed JL, Huppert JS, Taylor RG, Gillespie GL, Byczkowski TL, Kahn JA, Alessandrini EA. Improving Sexually Transmitted Infection Results Notification via Mobile Phone Technology. Journal of Adolescent Health 2014; [CrossRef]
5. Kim M, Jung Y, Jung D, Hur C. Investigating the Congruence of Crowdsourced Information With Official Government Data: The Case of Pediatric Clinics. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e29 [CrossRef]
6. Webber R. Sexual Assault in Relationships: Seeking Help on a Q&A Website. Australian Social Work 2014;67(3):363 [CrossRef]
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10. Louch G, Dalkin S, Bodansky J, Conner M. An exploratory randomised controlled trial using short messaging service to facilitate insulin administration in young adults with type 1 diabetes. Psychology, Health & Medicine 2013;18(2):166 [CrossRef]
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13. Gowen LK. Online Mental Health Information Seeking in Young Adults with Mental Health Challenges. Journal of Technology in Human Services 2013;31(2):97 [CrossRef]
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15. Dermota P, Wang J, Dey M, Gmel G, Studer J, Mohler-Kuo M. Health literacy and substance use in young Swiss men. International Journal of Public Health 2013;58(6):939 [CrossRef]
16. Anne Sen B, Spring H. Mapping the information-coping trajectory of young people with long term illness. Journal of Documentation 2013;69(5):638 [CrossRef]
17. Pandey A, Hasan S, Dubey D, Sarangi S. Smartphone Apps as a Source of Cancer Information: Changing Trends in Health Information-Seeking Behavior. Journal of Cancer Education 2013;28(1):138 [CrossRef]
18. Buhi ER, Klinkenberger N, Hughes S, Blunt HD, Rietmeijer C. Teens’ Use of Digital Technologies and Preferences for Receiving STD Prevention and Sexual Health Promotion Messages. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2013;40(1):52 [CrossRef]
19. Stinson JN, Jibb LA, Nguyen C, Nathan PC, Maloney AM, Dupuis LL, Gerstle JT, Alman B, Hopyan S, Strahlendorf C, Portwine C, Johnston DL, Orr M. Development and Testing of a Multidimensional iPhone Pain Assessment Application for Adolescents with Cancer. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(3):e51 [CrossRef]
20. Fergie G, Hunt K, Hilton S. What young people want from health-related online resources: a focus group study. Journal of Youth Studies 2013;16(5):579 [CrossRef]
21. Cornelius JB, Dmochowski J, Boyer C, St. Lawrence J, Lightfoot M, Moore M. Text-Messaging-Enhanced HIV Intervention for African American Adolescents: A Feasibility Study. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 2013;24(3):256 [CrossRef]
22. AlGhamdi KM, Moussa NA. Internet use by the public to search for health-related information. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2012;81(6):363 [CrossRef]
23. HORGAN , SWEENEY J. University Students’ Online Habits and Their Use of the Internet for Health Information. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2012;30(8):402 [CrossRef]
24. Webber R, Moors R. Engaging in cyberspace: seeking help for sexual assault. Child & Family Social Work 2012;:n/a [CrossRef]
25. Ghaddar SF, Valerio MA, Garcia CM, Hansen L. Adolescent Health Literacy: The Importance of Credible Sources for Online Health Information. Journal of School Health 2012;82(1):28 [CrossRef]
26. Bowen DJ, Henderson PN, Harvill J, Buchwald D. Short-term Effects of a Smoking Prevention Website in American Indian Youth. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(3):e81 [CrossRef]
27. Zierold KM, Welsh EC, McGeeney TJ. Attitudes of Teenagers Towards Workplace Safety Training. Journal of Community Health 2012;37(6):1289 [CrossRef]
28. Välimäki M, Kurki M, Hätönen H, Koivunen M, Selander M, Saarijärvi S, Anttila M. Developing an Internet-Based Support System for Adolescents with Depression. JMIR Research Protocols 2012;1(2):e22 [CrossRef]
29. Bagnell AL, Santor DA. Building Mental Health Literacy: Opportunities and Resources for Clinicians. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America 2012;21(1):1 [CrossRef]
30. McCarthy O, Carswell K, Murray E, Free C, Stevenson F, Bailey JV. What Young People Want From a Sexual Health Website: Design and Development of Sexunzipped. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(5):e127 [CrossRef]
31. Cafazzo JA, Casselman M, Hamming N, Katzman DK, Palmert MR. Design of an mHealth App for the Self-management of Adolescent Type 1 Diabetes: A Pilot Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(3):e70 [CrossRef]
32. Meyer KL, Ahlers-Schmidt CR, Harris KR, Seiler SM. STI Testing Information Available to Teens on the Internet: What’s Missing?. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology 2011;24(2):e17 [CrossRef]
33. Howard MN, Davis JA, Mitchell ME. Improving Low-Income Teen Health Behaviors with Internet-Linked Clinic Interventions. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 2011;8(1):50 [CrossRef]
34. Bailey JV, Murray E, Rait G, Mercer CH, Morris RW, Peacock R, Cassell J, Nazareth I. Cochrane Review: Interactive computer-based interventions for sexual health promotion. Evidence-Based Child Health: A Cochrane Review Journal 2011;6(6):2192 [CrossRef]
35. Kocić B, Petrović B. THE INTERNET-BASED HEALTH INFORMATION AND ADOLESCENTS. Acta medica medianae 2011;:69 [CrossRef]
36. Denvir C, Balmer NJ, Pleasence P. Surfing the web – Recreation or resource? Exploring how young people in the UK use the Internet as an advice portal for problems with a legal dimension. Interacting with Computers 2011;23(1):96 [CrossRef]
37. Crutzen R, De Nooijer J. Intervening via chat: an opportunity for adolescents' mental health promotion?. Health Promotion International 2011;26(2):238 [CrossRef]
38. Bowler L, Hong W, He D. The visibility of health web portals for teens: a hyperlink analysis. Online Information Review 2011;35(3):443 [CrossRef]
39. KURKI M, KOIVUNEN M, ANTTILA M, HÄTÖNEN H, VÄLIMÄKI M. Usefulness of Internet in adolescent mental health outpatient care. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 2011;18(3):265 [CrossRef]
40. Quintero G, Bundy H. “Most of the Time You Already Know”: Pharmaceutical Information Assembly by Young Adults on the Internet. Substance Use & Misuse 2011;46(7):898 [CrossRef]
41. AlGhamdi KM, Almohedib MA. Internet use by dermatology outpatients to search for health information. International Journal of Dermatology 2011;50(3):292 [CrossRef]
42. Norman C. eHealth Literacy 2.0: Problems and Opportunities With an Evolving Concept. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(4):e125 [CrossRef]
43. Miguel González I, Echevarría Broz C, Ferrero Fernández E, Suárez Gil P. Uso de Internet por parte de los adolescentes de Gijón (Asturias) como fuente de información sobre salud. Atención Primaria 2011;43(6):281 [CrossRef]
44. Ralph LJ, Berglas NF, Schwartz SL, Brindis CD. Finding Teens in TheirSpace: Using Social Networking Sites to Connect Youth to Sexual Health Services. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 2011;8(1):38 [CrossRef]
45. Thomas TL, Stephens DP, Blanchard B. Hip Hop, Health, and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV): Using Wireless Technology to Increase HPV Vaccination Uptake. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2010;6(6):464 [CrossRef]
46. Crickard EL, O’Brien MS, Rapp CA, Holmes CL. Developing a Framework to Support Shared Decision Making for Youth Mental Health Medication Treatment. Community Mental Health Journal 2010;46(5):474 [CrossRef]
47. Jiménez-Pernett J, García-Gutiérrez J, Bermúdez-Tamayo C, Labry-Lima AOD. Webliografía sobre salud para adolescentes y jóvenes. Revista de Calidad Asistencial 2010;25(1):4 [CrossRef]
48. Routh JC, Gong EM, Cannon GM, Yu RN, Gargollo PC, Nelson CP. Variation Among Internet Based Calculators in Predicting Spontaneous Resolution of Vesicoureteral Reflux. The Journal of Urology 2010;183(4):1568 [CrossRef]
49. Buhi ER, Daley EM, Oberne A, Smith SA, Schneider T, Fuhrmann HJ. Quality and Accuracy of Sexual Health Information Web Sites Visited by Young People. Journal of Adolescent Health 2010;47(2):206 [CrossRef]
50. Ruiz-Casares M, Rousseau C. Between Freedom and Fear: Children's Views on Home Alone. British Journal of Social Work 2010;40(8):2560 [CrossRef]
51. HORGAN , SWEENEY J. Young students' use of the Internet for mental health information and support. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 2010;17(2):117 [CrossRef]
52. Vernon ML. A review of computer-based alcohol problem services designedfor the general public. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 2010;38(3):203 [CrossRef]
53. Comer L, Grassley JS. A Smoking Cessation Website for Childbearing Adolescents. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing 2010;39(6):695 [CrossRef]
54. Wood LJ, Rosenberg M, Clarkson J, Phillips F, Donovan RJ, Shilton T. Encouraging Young Western Australians to Be Smarter Than Smoking. American Journal of Health Promotion 2009;23(6):403 [CrossRef]
55. Tercyak KP, Abraham AA, Graham AL, Wilson LD, Walker LR. Association of Multiple Behavioral Risk Factors with Adolescents' Willingness to Engage in eHealth Promotion. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2009;34(5):457 [CrossRef]
56. Routh JC, Gong EM, Nelson CP. Pediatric Urology and the Internet—Does an Uncommon Topic Decrease Content Quality?. The Journal of Urology 2009;182(4):1569 [CrossRef]
57. Tsitsika A, Critselis E, Kormas G, Konstantoulaki E, Constantopoulos A, Kafetzis D. Adolescent Pornographic Internet Site Use: A Multivariate Regression Analysis of the Predictive Factors of Use and Psychosocial Implications. CyberPsychology & Behavior 2009;12(5):545 [CrossRef]
58. Fridrici M, Lohaus A, Glaß C. Effects of incentives in web-based prevention for adolescents: Results of an exploratory field study. Psychology & Health 2009;24(6):663 [CrossRef]
59. Corcoran TB, Haigh F, Seabrook A, Schug SA. The Quality of Internet-sourced Information for Patients With Chronic Pain Is Poor. The Clinical Journal of Pain 2009;25(7):617 [CrossRef]
60. Lu H. Source preferences and the displacement/supplement effect between Internet and traditional sources of sexually transmitted disease and HIV/AIDS information. Sex Education 2009;9(1):81 [CrossRef]
61. Child JT, Pearson JC, Petronio S. Blogging, communication, and privacy management: Development of the Blogging Privacy Management Measure. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2009;60(10):2079 [CrossRef]
62. Buhi ER, Daley EM, Fuhrmann HJ, Smith SA. An Observational Study of How Young People Search for Online Sexual Health Information. Journal of American College Health 2009;58(2):101 [CrossRef]
63. Skopelja EN, Whipple EC, Richwine P. Reaching and Teaching Teens: Adolescent Health Literacy and the Internet. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet 2008;12(2):105 [CrossRef]
64. Horvath KJ, Rosser BS, Remafedi G. Sexual Risk Taking Among Young Internet-Using Men Who Have Sex With Men. American Journal of Public Health 2008;98(6):1059 [CrossRef]
65. Palacio Lapuente F, Silvestre Busto C, Bustinduy Bascaran A. Qué opinan los pacientes de la e-medicina. Un estudio cualitativo. Revista de Calidad Asistencial 2008;23(6):259 [CrossRef]
66. Franklin VL, Greene A, Waller A, Greene SA, Pagliari C. Patients’ Engagement With “Sweet Talk” – A Text Messaging Support System for Young People With Diabetes. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2008;10(2):e20 [CrossRef]
67. Halpern CT, Mitchell EM, Farhat T, Bardsley P. Effectiveness of web-based education on Kenyan and Brazilian adolescents' knowledge about HIV/AIDS, abortion law, and emergency contraception: Findings from TeenWeb. Social Science & Medicine 2008;67(4):628 [CrossRef]
68. Manganello JA. Health literacy and adolescents: a framework and agenda for future research. Health Education Research 2007;23(5):840 [CrossRef]
69. de Boer MJ, Versteegen GJ, van Wijhe M. Patients’ use of the Internet for pain-related medical information. Patient Education and Counseling 2007;68(1):86 [CrossRef]
70. Strecher V. Internet Methods for Delivering Behavioral and Health-Related Interventions (eHealth). Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 2007;3(1):53 [CrossRef]
71. Casazza K, Ciccazzo M. The method of delivery of nutrition and physical activity information may play a role in eliciting behavior changes in adolescents. Eating Behaviors 2007;8(1):73 [CrossRef]
72. Mehta S, Chalhoub N. An E-mail for Your Thoughts. Child and Adolescent Mental Health 2006;11(3):168 [CrossRef]
73. Watwood CL. Teen Health Web Sites. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet 2006;10(4):65 [CrossRef]
74. Norman CD, Skinner HA. eHealth Literacy: Essential Skills for Consumer Health in a Networked World. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(2):e9 [CrossRef]
75. Gray NJ, Klein JD. Adolescents and the Internet: health and sexuality information. Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2006;18(5):519 [CrossRef]
76. Casazza K, Ciccazzo M. Improving the Dietary Patterns of Adolescents Using a Computer-Based Approach. Journal of School Health 2006;76(2):43 [CrossRef]
77. Borzekowski DLG, Fobil JN, Asante KO. Online access by adolescents in Accra: Ghanaian teens' use of the internet for health information.. Developmental Psychology 2006;42(3):450 [CrossRef]
78. Norman CD, Skinner HA. eHEALS: The eHealth Literacy Scale. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(4):e27 [CrossRef]
79. Isaacson N. An overview of the role of sexual health organizations, corporations, and government in determining content and access to online sexuality education for adolescents. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 2006;3(2):24 [CrossRef]
80. Renahy E, Chauvin P. Internet uses for health information seeking. Revue d'Épidémiologie et de Santé Publique 2006;54(3):263 [CrossRef]
81. Shtarkshall R. Responding to Messages of Adolescents on the Internet. American Journal of Sexuality Education 2006;1(4):3 [CrossRef]
82. Koo M, Skinner H. Challenges of Internet Recruitment: A Case Study with Disappointing Results. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2005;7(1):e6 [CrossRef]
83. Bergman R, Hall M, McGrady E, Hurtubise J. Is Sex Synonymous with Relationships? An Exploration into the Views of Males and Females. American Journal of Health Education 2005;36(4):242 [CrossRef]
84. McColgan MD, Giardino AP. Internet Poses Multiple Risks to Children and Adolescents. Pediatric Annals 2005;34(5):405 [CrossRef]
85. Gray NJ, Klein JD, Noyce PR, Sesselberg TS, Cantrill JA. Health information-seeking behaviour in adolescence: the place of the internet. Social Science & Medicine 2005;60(7):1467 [CrossRef]
86. Gray NJ, Klein JD, Noyce PR, Sesselberg TS, Cantrill JA. The Internet: A window on adolescent health literacy. Journal of Adolescent Health 2005;37(3):243.e1 [CrossRef]
87. Vargas K. Teenagers, Health, and the Internet. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet 2005;9(3):15 [CrossRef]
88. Valaitis RK. Computers and the Internet: Tools for Youth Empowerment. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2005;7(5):e51 [CrossRef]
89. Morahan-Martin JM. How Internet Users Find, Evaluate, and Use Online Health Information: A Cross-Cultural Review. CyberPsychology & Behavior 2004;7(5):497 [CrossRef]
90. Silliman B, Schumm WR. Adolescents' perceptions of marriage and premarital couples education. Family Relations 2004;53(5):513 [CrossRef]
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5.4.e32):

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