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Published on 30.04.13 in Vol 15, No 4 (2013): April

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Works citing "Preferred Sources of Health Information in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis: Degree of Trust and Information Sought"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2466):

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  1. Moccia M, Carotenuto A, Massarelli M, Lanzillo R, Brescia Morra V. Can people with multiple sclerosis actually understand what they read in the Internet age?. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 2016;25:167
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  2. Mauseth T, Hjälmhult E. Adolescents' experiences on coping with parental multiple sclerosis: a grounded theory study. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2016;:n/a
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  3. Manierre M. Examining the Relationship Between Flexible Resources and Health Information Channel Selection. Health Communication 2016;31(1):22
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  4. Shahrokni A, Mahmoudzadeh S, Saeedi R, Ghasemzadeh H. Older People with Access to Hand-Held Devices: Who Are They?. Telemedicine and e-Health 2015;21(7):550
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  5. Shirazipour CH, Baillie CP, Galaviz K, Jarvis JW, Latimer-Cheung AE. Evaluating the Theoretical Content of Online Physical Activity Information for People with Multiple Sclerosis. International Journal of MS Care 2015;17(2):91
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  6. Diviani N, van den Putte B, Giani S, van Weert JC. Low Health Literacy and Evaluation of Online Health Information: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(5):e112
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  7. Rieckmann P, Boyko A, Centonze D, Elovaara I, Giovannoni G, Havrdová E, Hommes O, Kesselring J, Kobelt G, Langdon D, LeLorier J, Morrow SA, Oreja-Guevara C, Schippling S, Thalheim C, Thompson H, Vermersch P. Achieving patient engagement in multiple sclerosis: A perspective from the multiple sclerosis in the 21st Century Steering Group. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 2015;4(3):202
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  8. Kwon JH, Kye S, Park EY, Oh KH, Park K. What predicts the trust of online health information?. Epidemiology and Health 2015;37:e2015030
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  9. Narayanaswami P, Gronseth G, Dubinsky R, Penfold-Murray R, Cox J, Bever Jr C, Martins Y, Rheaume C, Shouse D, Getchius TS. The Impact of Social Media on Dissemination and Implementation of Clinical Practice Guidelines: A Longitudinal Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(8):e193
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  10. Colombo C, Mosconi P, Confalonieri P, Baroni I, Traversa S, Hill SJ, Synnot AJ, Oprandi N, Filippini G. Web Search Behavior and Information Needs of People With Multiple Sclerosis: Focus Group Study and Analysis of Online Postings. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2014;3(3):e12
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  11. Synnot AJ, Hill SJ, Garner KA, Summers MP, Filippini G, Osborne RH, Shapland SD, Colombo C, Mosconi P. Online health information seeking: how people with multiple sclerosis find, assess and integrate treatment information to manage their health. Health Expectations 2014;:n/a
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  12. Shahrokni A, Mahmoudzadeh S, Lu BT. In Whom Do Cancer Survivors Trust Online and Offline?. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2014;15(15):6171
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  13. Lugaresi A, Rottoli MR, Patti F. Fostering adherence to injectable disease-modifying therapies in multiple sclerosis. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics 2014;14(9):1029
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  14. Reininger B, Mecca LP, Stine KM, Schultz K, Ling L, Halpern D. A Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Website for African Americans, Caucasians, and Mexican Americans: Formative Evaluation. JMIR Research Protocols 2013;2(2):e24
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