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Published on 14.01.14 in Vol 16, No 1 (2014): January

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Works citing "Mind the Gap: Social Media Engagement by Public Health Researchers"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2982):

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  1. Fagerlin A, Valley TS, Scherer AM, Knaus M, Das E, Zikmund-Fisher BJ. Communicating infectious disease prevalence through graphics: Results from an international survey. Vaccine 2017;35(32):4041
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  4. Kjellberg S, Haider J, Sundin O. Researchers' use of social network sites: A scoping review. Library & Information Science Research 2016;38(3):224
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  5. Cavazos-Rehg PA, Krauss MJ, Sowles SJ, Bierut LJ. Marijuana-Related Posts on Instagram. Prevention Science 2016;17(6):710
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  6. Harrison D, Wilding J, Bowman A, Fuller A, Nicholls SG, Pound CM, Reszel J, Sampson M, Hejtmancik JF. Using YouTube to Disseminate Effective Vaccination Pain Treatment for Babies. PLOS ONE 2016;11(10):e0164123
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  7. Robillard JM, Lo C, Feng TL, Hennessey CA. “A Light Switch in the #Brain”: Optogenetics on Social Media. Neuroethics 2016;9(3):279
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  8. Nicklen P, Keating JL, Maloney S. Exploring Student Preconceptions of Readiness for Remote-Online Case-Based Learning: A Case Study. JMIR Medical Education 2016;2(1):e5
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  9. Tunnecliff J, Ilic D, Morgan P, Keating J, Gaida JE, Clearihan L, Sadasivan S, Davies D, Ganesh S, Mohanty P, Weiner J, Reynolds J, Maloney S. The Acceptability Among Health Researchers and Clinicians of Social Media to Translate Research Evidence to Clinical Practice: Mixed-Methods Survey and Interview Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(5):e119
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  10. Ow D, Wetherell D, Papa N, Bolton D, Lawrentschuk N. Patients' Perspectives of Accessibility and Digital Delivery of Factual Content Provided by Official Medical and Surgical Specialty Society Websites: A Qualitative Assessment. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2015;4(1):e7
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  11. Olszewski K, Wolf DM. Follow Me, Like Me, Tweet Me!. Workplace Health & Safety 2015;63(6):240
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  12. Tabak RG, Reis RS, Wilson P, Brownson RC. Dissemination of Health-Related Research among Scientists in Three Countries: Access to Resources and Current Practices. BioMed Research International 2015;2015:1
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  13. Feinberg Y, Pereira JA, Quach S, Kwong JC, Crowcroft NS, Wilson SE, Guay M, Lei Y, Deeks SL, Grce M. Understanding Public Perceptions of the HPV Vaccination Based on Online Comments to Canadian News Articles. PLOS ONE 2015;10(6):e0129587
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  14. Robillard JM, Cabral E, Hennessey C, Kwon BK, Illes J. Fueling Hope: Stem Cells in Social Media. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports 2015;11(4):540
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  15. Rosa C, Campbell AN, Miele GM, Brunner M, Winstanley EL. Using e-technologies in clinical trials. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2015;45:41
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2982)

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  1. Song MY, Abelson J. Handbook of Research on Citizen Engagement and Public Participation in the Era of New Media. 2017. chapter 3:38
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