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Published on 25.10.13 in Vol 15, No 10 (2013): October

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Works citing "Online Survey on Twitter: A Urological Experience"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2719):

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  1. Borgmann H, Woelm J, Nelson K, Gust K, Mager R, Reiter M, Schilling D, Bartsch G, Blaheta R, Haferkamp A, Tsaur I. Strategy of robotic surgeons to exert public influence through Twitter. The International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery 2017;13(1):e1739
  2. Calopedos RJS, Garcia C, Rashid P, Murphy DG, Lawrentschuk N, Woo HH. Citation indices for social media articles in urology. BJU International 2017;119:47
  3. Loeb S, Roupret M, Van Oort I, N'dow J, van Gurp M, Bloemberg J, Darraugh J, Ribal MJ. Novel use of Twitter to disseminate and evaluate adherence to clinical guidelines by the European Association of Urology. BJU International 2017;119(6):820
  4. Farber NJ, Koprowski CJ, Modi PK, Wang W, Dubin JM, Kwon YS, Elsamra SE. Twitter Use among Academic Urology Programs. Urology Practice 2017;4(3):269
  5. Salem J, Borgmann H, Murphy DG. Integrating Social Media into Urologic Health care: What Can We Learn from Other Disciplines?. Current Urology Reports 2016;17(2)
  6. Hendricks S, Jones A. European Journal of Sport Sciencegears up its social media. European Journal of Sport Science 2014;14(6):519