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Journal of Medical Internet Research

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Published on 10.05.13 in Vol 15, No 5 (2013): May

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Works citing "Perceptions of Family Physician Trainees and Trainers Regarding the Usefulness of a Virtual Community of Practice"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2555):

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  1. O’Regan A, Smithson WH, Spain E. Social media and professional identity: Pitfalls and potential. Medical Teacher 2018;40(2):112
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  2. Pratte G, Hurtubise K, Rivard L, Berbari J, Camden C. Developing a Web Platform to Support a Community of Practice. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions 2018;38(1):19
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  3. McLoughlin C, Patel KD, O’Callaghan T, Reeves S. The use of virtual communities of practice to improve interprofessional collaboration and education: findings from an integrated review. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2018;32(2):136
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  4. Hurtubise K, Pratte G, Rivard L, Berbari J, Héguy L, Camden C. Exploring engagement in a virtual community of practice in pediatric rehabilitation: who are non-users, lurkers, and posters?. Disability and Rehabilitation 2017;:1
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  5. Cotič , Rees R, Wark PA, Car J. Factors influencing the implementation, adoption, use, sustainability and scalability of eLearning for family medicine specialty training: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews 2016;5(1)
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  6. Barnett S, Jones SC, Bennett S, Iverson D, Robinson L. A Virtual Community of Practice for General Practice Training: A Preimplementation Survey. JMIR Medical Education 2016;2(2):e13
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  7. Lygidakis C, Wallace P, Tersar C, Marcatto F, Ferrante D, Della Vedova R, Scafuri F, Scafato E, Struzzo P. Download Your Doctor: Implementation of a Digitally Mediated Personal Physician Presence to Enhance Patient Engagement With a Health-Promoting Internet Application. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(1):e36
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  8. Panahi S, Watson J, Partridge H. Social media and physicians: Exploring the benefits and challenges. Health Informatics Journal 2016;22(2):99
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  9. Olivet J, Zerger S, Greene RN, Kenney RR, Herman DB. Online Versus Face-to-Face Training of Critical Time Intervention: A Matching Cluster Randomized Trial. American Journal of Distance Education 2016;30(4):237
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  10. Maisonneuve H, Chambe J, Lorenzo M, Pelaccia T. How do general practice residents use social networking sites in asynchronous distance learning?. BMC Medical Education 2015;15(1)
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  11. Barnett S, Jones SC, Caton T, Iverson D, Bennett S, Robinson L. Implementing a Virtual Community of Practice for Family Physician Training: A Mixed-Methods Case Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(3):e83
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  12. Barnett S, Jones SC, Bennett S, Iverson D, Bonney A. Usefulness of a virtual community of practice and Web 2.0 tools for general practice training: experiences and expectations of general practitioner registrars and supervisors. Australian Journal of Primary Health 2013;19(4):292
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  1. Cantillon P. Supporting Learning Across Working Life. 2016. Chapter 10:189
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