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Published on 13.11.13 in Vol 15, No 11 (2013): November

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Works citing "Evaluation of the Educational Value of YouTube Videos About Physical Examination of the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2728):

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  1. Pitcher GS, Newton DH, Amendola MF. Common Femoral Artery Access on YouTube: What Practices are Being Shown and Who is Delivering the Message?. Journal of Surgical Education 2017;74(3):455
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  4. Fernandez-Llatas C, Traver V, Borras-Morell J, Martinez-Millana A, Karlsen R. Are Health Videos from Hospitals, Health Organizations, and Active Users Available to Health Consumers? An Analysis of Diabetes Health Video Ranking in YouTube. Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine 2017;2017:1
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  5. Lehmann R, Seitz A, Bosse HM, Lutz T, Huwendiek S. Student perceptions of a video-based blended learning approach for improving pediatric physical examination skills. Annals of Anatomy - Anatomischer Anzeiger 2016;208:179
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  8. Athanasopoulou C, Suni S, Hätönen H, Apostolakis I, Lionis C, Välimäki M. Attitudes towards schizophrenia on YouTube: a content analysis of Finnish and Greek videos. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2015;:1
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  9. Chansrichavala P, Wongsuwan N, Suddee S, Malasit M, Hongsuwan M, Wannapinij P, Kitphati R, Day NPJ, Michie S, Peacock SJ, Limmathurotsakul D, Gupta V. Public Awareness of Melioidosis in Thailand and Potential Use of Video Clips as Educational Tools. PLOS ONE 2015;10(3):e0121311
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  10. Knight E, Intzandt B, MacDougall A, Saunders TJ. Information Seeking in Social Media: A Review of YouTube for Sedentary Behavior Content. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2015;4(1):e3
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  11. Schooley B, San Nicolas-Rocca T, Burkhard R. Patient-Provider Communications in Outpatient Clinic Settings: A Clinic-Based Evaluation of Mobile Device and Multimedia Mediated Communications for Patient Education. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2015;3(1):e2
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  12. Li Y, Li N, Han Q, He S, Bae RS, Liu Z, Lv Y, Shi B, Ahmed A. Performance of Physical Examination Skills in Medical Students during Diagnostic Medicine Course in a University Hospital of Northwest China. PLoS ONE 2014;9(10):e109294
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  13. Muncy JA, Iyer R, Eastman JK. Medical advertising on demand: A content analysis of YouTube direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertisements. Journal of Medical Marketing: Device, Diagnostic and Pharmaceutical Marketing 2014;14(2-3):145
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