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Medicine 2.0: Social Media, Open, Participatory, Collaborative Medicine  Quality/Credibility of eHealth Information and Trust Issues 


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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2237):

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1. Grajales III FJ, Sheps S, Ho K, Novak-Lauscher H, Eysenbach G. Social Media: A Review and Tutorial of Applications in Medicine and Health Care. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e13 [CrossRef]
 
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3. Harrison D, Sampson M, Reszel J, Abdulla K, Barrowman N, Cumber J, Fuller A, Li C, Nicholls S, Pound CM. Too many crying babies: a systematic review of pain management practices during immunizations on YouTube. BMC Pediatrics 2014;14(1):134 [CrossRef]
 
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5. Wilson K, Keelan J. Social Media and the Empowering of Opponents of Medical Technologies: The Case of Anti-Vaccinationism. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e103 [CrossRef]
 
6. Cutrona SL, Roblin DW, Wagner JL, Gaglio B, Williams AE, Torres Stone R, Field TS, Mazor KM. Adult Willingness to Use Email and Social Media for Peer-to-Peer Cancer Screening Communication: Quantitative Interview Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2013;2(2):e52 [CrossRef]
 
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8. Sampson M, Cumber J, Li C, Pound CM, Fuller A, Harrison D. A systematic review of methods for studying consumer health YouTube videos, with implications for systematic reviews. PeerJ 2013;1:e147 [CrossRef]
 
9. Gholami-Kordkheili F, Wild V, Strech D. The Impact of Social Media on Medical Professionalism: A Systematic Qualitative Review of Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(8):e184 [CrossRef]
 
10. Gabarron E, Fernandez-Luque L, Armayones M, Lau AY. Identifying Measures Used for Assessing Quality of YouTube Videos with Patient Health Information: A Review of Current Literature. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2013;2(1):e6 [CrossRef]
 
11. Azer SA, AlGrain HA, AlKhelaif RA, AlEshaiwi SM. Evaluation of the Educational Value of YouTube Videos About Physical Examination of the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(11):e241 [CrossRef]
 
12. Chen H, Hu Z, Zheng X, Yuan Z, Xu Z, Yuan L, Perez VADJ, Yuan K, Orcholski M, Liao X. Effectiveness of YouTube as a Source of Medical Information on Heart Transplantation. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2013;2(2):e28 [CrossRef]
 


According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2237):

 
1. Cummings E, Ellis L, Turner P. Social Media and Mobile Technologies for Healthcare. 2014. chapter 6:76 [CrossRef]