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Published on 07.02.13 in Vol 15, No 2 (2013): February

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Works citing "Queer as F**k: Reaching and Engaging Gay Men in Sexual Health Promotion through Social Networking Sites"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2334):

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  1. Subasinghe AK, Nguyen M, Wark JD, Tabrizi SN, Garland SM. Targeted Facebook Advertising is a Novel and Effective Method of Recruiting Participants into a Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Effectiveness Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(3):e154
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  11. Ramallo J, Kidder T, Albritton T, Blick G, Pachankis J, Grandeleski V, Kershaw T. Exploring Social Networking Technologies as Tools for HIV Prevention for Men Who Have Sex With Men. AIDS Education and Prevention 2015;27(4):298
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  12. Ramo DE, Thrul J, Chavez K, Delucchi KL, Prochaska JJ. Feasibility and Quit Rates of the Tobacco Status Project: A Facebook Smoking Cessation Intervention for Young Adults. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(12):e291
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  20. Bowring AL, van Gemert C, Vongsaiya K, Hughes C, Sihavong A, Phimphachanh C, Chanlivong N, Agius PA, Toole M, Hellard M. Setting the Scene: Locations for Meeting Sex Partners Among Behaviorally Bisexual Men in Vientiane, Laos, and Opportunities for Health Promotion. AIDS Education and Prevention 2014;26(6):538
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  21. Pfeiffer C, Kleeb M, Mbelwa A, Ahorlu C. The use of social media among adolescents in Dar es Salaam and Mtwara, Tanzania. Reproductive Health Matters 2014;22(43):178
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  22. Stoové MA, Pedrana AE. Making the most of a brave new world: Opportunities and considerations for using Twitter as a public health monitoring tool. Preventive Medicine 2014;63:109
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  23. Logsdon MC, Bennett G, Crutzen R, Martin L, Eckert D, Robertson A, Myers J, Tomasulo R, Gregg J, Barone M, Lynch T, Flamini L. Preferred Health Resources and Use of Social Media to Obtain Health and Depression Information by Adolescent Mothers. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing 2014;27(4):163
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