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Published on 18.06.14 in Vol 16, No 6 (2014): June

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Works citing "Detecting Disease Outbreaks in Mass Gatherings Using Internet Data"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3156):

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  10. Conway M, O’Connor D. Social media, big data, and mental health: current advances and ethical implications. Current Opinion in Psychology 2016;9:77
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  11. Mikal J, Hurst S, Conway M. Ethical issues in using Twitter for population-level depression monitoring: a qualitative study. BMC Medical Ethics 2016;17(1)
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  12. Lee D, Lee H, Choi M. Examining the Relationship Between Past Orientation and US Suicide Rates: An Analysis Using Big Data-Driven Google Search Queries. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(2):e35
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  13. Li EY, Tung C, Chang S. The wisdom of crowds in action: Forecasting epidemic diseases with a web-based prediction market system. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2016;92:35
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  14. Shah GH, Leider JP, Luo H, Kaur R. Interoperability of Information Systems Managed and Used by the Local Health Departments. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 2016;22:S34
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  16. Tabatabaei SM, Metanat M. Mass Gatherings and Infectious Diseases Epidemiology and Surveillance. International Journal of Infection 2015;2(2)
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  17. Conway M. Ethical Issues in Using Twitter for Public Health Surveillance and Research: Developing a Taxonomy of Ethical Concepts From the Research Literature. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(12):e290
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  18. Lee JL, DeCamp M, Dredze M, Chisolm MS, Berger ZD. What Are Health-Related Users Tweeting? A Qualitative Content Analysis of Health-Related Users and Their Messages on Twitter. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(10):e237
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  19. Mao C, Wu X, Fu X, Di M, Yu Y, Yuan J, Yang Z, Tang J. An Internet-Based Epidemiological Investigation of the Outbreak of H7N9 Avian Influenza A in China Since Early 2013. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(9):e221
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  1. Mayer M, Fernández-Luque L, Leis A. Participatory Health Through Social Media. 2016. :67
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