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Published on 19.08.13 in Vol 15, No 8 (2013): August

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Works citing "Use of Twitter Among Local Health Departments: An Analysis of Information Sharing, Engagement, and Action"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2775):

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  11. Jiang S, Beaudoin CE. Smoking Prevention in China: A Content Analysis of an Anti-Smoking Social Media Campaign. Journal of Health Communication 2016;21(7):755
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  13. Park H, Reber BH, Chon M. Tweeting as Health Communication: Health Organizations’ Use of Twitter for Health Promotion and Public Engagement. Journal of Health Communication 2016;21(2):188
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  17. Xu WW, Chiu I, Chen Y, Mukherjee T. Twitter hashtags for health: applying network and content analyses to understand the health knowledge sharing in a Twitter-based community of practice. Quality & Quantity 2015;49(4):1361
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  24. Sutton J, League C, Sellnow TL, Sellnow DD. Terse Messaging and Public Health in the Midst of Natural Disasters: The Case of the Boulder Floods. Health Communication 2015;30(2):135
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  26. Harris JK, Choucair B, Maier RC, Jolani N, Bernhardt JM. Are Public Health Organizations Tweeting to the Choir? Understanding Local Health Department Twitter Followership. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e31
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  29. Keller B, Labrique A, Jain KM, Pekosz A, Levine O. Mind the Gap: Social Media Engagement by Public Health Researchers. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(1):e8
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  30. Genes N, Chary M, Chason K. Analysis of Twitter Users’ Sharing of Official New York Storm Response Messages. Medicine 2.0 2014;3(1):e1
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  31. Harris JK, Moreland-Russell S, Choucair B, Mansour R, Staub M, Simmons K. Tweeting for and Against Public Health Policy: Response to the Chicago Department of Public Health's Electronic Cigarette Twitter Campaign. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(10):e238
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  32. Thackeray R, Neiger BL, Burton SH, Thackeray CR. Analysis of the Purpose of State Health Departments' Tweets: Information Sharing, Engagement, and Action. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(11):e255
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2775)

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  1. Aboelmaged MG, Thomas SS, Elsheikh S. Handbook of Research on Healthcare Administration and Management. 2017. chapter 25:428
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