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Published on 27.08.12 in Vol 14, No 4 (2012): Jul-Aug

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Works citing "Online Advertising to Reach and Recruit Latino Smokers to an Internet Cessation Program: Impact and Costs"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2162):

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  1. Bold KW, Hanrahan TH, O'Malley SS, Fucito LM. Exploring the Utility of Web-Based Social Media Advertising to Recruit Adult Heavy-Drinking Smokers for Treatment. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(5):e107
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  2. Moessner M, Minarik C, Ozer F, Bauer S. Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness of School-based Dissemination Strategies of an Internet-based Program for the Prevention and Early Intervention in Eating Disorders: A Randomized Trial. Prevention Science 2016;17(3):306
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  3. Carlini BH, Safioti L, Rue TC, Miles L. Using Internet to Recruit Immigrants with Language and Culture Barriers for Tobacco and Alcohol Use Screening: A Study Among Brazilians. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 2015;17(2):553
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  4. Rait MA, Prochaska JJ, Rubinstein ML. Recruitment of adolescents for a smoking study: use of traditional strategies and social media. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2015;5(3):254
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  5. Remschmidt C, Walter D, Schmich P, Wetzstein M, Deleré Y, Wichmann O. Knowledge, attitude, and uptake related to human papillomavirus vaccination among young women in Germany recruited via a social media site. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2014;10(9):2527
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  6. Barrera AZ, Kelman AR, Muñoz RF. Keywords to Recruit Spanish- and English-Speaking Participants: Evidence From an Online Postpartum Depression Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(1):e6
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  7. Frandsen M, Walters J, Ferguson SG. Exploring the Viability of Using Online Social Media Advertising as a Recruitment Method for Smoking Cessation Clinical Trials. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2014;16(2):247
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  8. Batterham PJ. Recruitment of mental health survey participants using Internet advertising: content, characteristics and cost effectiveness. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research 2014;23(2):184
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  9. Walter D, Schmich P, Wetzstein M, Yvonne D, Wichmann O, Remschmidt C. Knowledge, attitude, and uptake related to human papillomavirus vaccination among young women in Germany recruited via a social media site. Human vaccines & immunotherapeutics 2014;10(9)
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  10. Victorson D, Banas J, Smith J, Languido L, Shen E, Gutierrez S, Cordero E, Flores L. eSalud: Designing and Implementing Culturally Competent eHealth Research With Latino Patient Populations. American Journal of Public Health 2014;104(12):2259
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  11. Jones RB, Goldsmith L, Hewson P, Williams CJ. Recruitment to Online Therapies for Depression: Pilot Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(3):e45
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  12. Lohse B, Wamboldt P. Purposive Facebook Recruitment Endows Cost-Effective Nutrition Education Program Evaluation. JMIR Research Protocols 2013;2(2):e27
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  13. Morgan AJ, Jorm AF, Mackinnon AJ. Internet-Based Recruitment to a Depression Prevention Intervention: Lessons From the Mood Memos Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(2):e31
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  14. Close S, Smaldone A, Fennoy I, Reame N, Grey M. Using Information Technology and Social Networking for Recruitment of Research Participants: Experience From an Exploratory Study of Pediatric Klinefelter Syndrome. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(3):e48
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