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Published on 12.02.13 in Vol 15, No 2 (2013): February

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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2262):

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  1. Chan C. A Scoping Review of Social Media Use in Social Work Practice. Journal of Evidence-Informed Social Work 2015;:1
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  3. Lane TS, Armin J, Gordon JS. Online Recruitment Methods for Web-Based and Mobile Health Studies: A Review of the Literature. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(7):e183
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  4. Pedersen ER, Helmuth ED, Marshall GN, Schell TL, PunKay M, Kurz J. Using Facebook to Recruit Young Adult Veterans: Online Mental Health Research. JMIR Research Protocols 2015;4(2):e63
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  5. Wolvers MD, Bruggeman-Everts FZ, Van der Lee ML, Van de Schoot R, Vollenbroek-Hutten MM. Effectiveness, Mediators, and Effect Predictors of Internet Interventions for Chronic Cancer-Related Fatigue: The Design and an Analysis Plan of a 3-Armed Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2015;4(2):e77
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  6. Logsdon MC, Martin VH, Stikes R, Davis D, Ryan L, Yang I, Edward J, Rushton J. Lessons Learned From Adolescent Mothers: Advice on Recruitment. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 2015;47(4):294
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  7. 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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  8. Akard TF, Wray S, Gilmer MJ. Facebook Advertisements Recruit Parents of Children With Cancer for an Online Survey of Web-Based Research Preferences. Cancer Nursing 2015;38(2):155
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  10. O'Dwyer ST, Moyle W, Zimmer-Gembeck M, De Leo D. Suicidal ideation in family carers of people with dementia. Aging & Mental Health 2015;:1
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  11. Pietrabissa G, Manzoni GM, Algeri D, Mazzucchelli L, Carella A, Pagnini F, Castelnuovo G. Facebook Use as Access Facilitator for Consulting Psychology. Australian Psychologist 2015;50(4):299
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  12. Yuan P, Bare MG, Johnson MO, Saberi P. Using Online Social Media for Recruitment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Participants: A Cross-Sectional Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(5):e117
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  13. Valdez RS, Guterbock TM, Thompson MJ, Reilly JD, Menefee HK, Bennici MS, Williams IC, Rexrode DL. Beyond Traditional Advertisements: Leveraging Facebook’s Social Structures for Research Recruitment. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(10):e243
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  14. 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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  15. Ramo DE, Rodriguez TM, Chavez K, Sommer MJ, Prochaska JJ. Facebook recruitment of young adult smokers for a cessation trial: Methods, metrics, and lessons learned. Internet Interventions 2014;1(2):58
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  16. Gosling JA, Glozier N, Griffiths K, Ritterband L, Thorndike F, Mackinnon A, Hehir KK, Bennett A, Bennett K, Christensen H. The GoodNight study—online CBT for insomnia for the indicated prevention of depression: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 2014;15(1):56
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  17. 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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  18. Gilligan C, Kypri K, Bourke J. Social Networking Versus Facebook Advertising to Recruit Survey Respondents: A Quasi-Experimental Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2014;3(3):e48
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  19. 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
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  20. O'Dwyer ST, Moyle W. Using Google Adwords to recruit family carers of people with dementia. Australasian Journal on Ageing 2014;33(2):128
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  21. Quach S, Pereira JA, Russell ML, Wormsbecker AE, Ramsay H, Crowe L, Quan SD, Kwong J. The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Online Recruitment of Parents for Health-Related Focus Groups: Lessons Learned. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(11):e250
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  22. 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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  23. Atkinson MJ, Wade TD. Enhancing dissemination in selective eating disorders prevention: An investigation of voluntary participation among female university students. Behaviour Research and Therapy 2013;51(12):806
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