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Published on 03.06.14 in Vol 16, No 6 (2014): June

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Works citing "Paging “Dr. Google”: Does Technology Fill the Gap Created by the Prenatal Care Visit Structure? Qualitative Focus Group Study With Pregnant Women "

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3385):

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  1. Chamberlain AT, Koram AL, Whitney EA, Berkelman RL, Omer SB. Lack of Availability of Antenatal Vaccination Information on Obstetric Care Practice Web Sites. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2016;127(1):119
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  8. O'Donnell BE, Lewkowitz AK, Vargas JE, Zlatnik MG. Examining pregnancy-specific smartphone applications: what are patients being told?. Journal of Perinatology 2016;
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  9. Parker C. An Innovative Nursing Approach to Caring for an Obstetric Patient With Rape Trauma Syndrome. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 2015;44(3):397
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  10. Peragallo Urrutia R, Berger AA, Ivins AA, Beckham AJ, Thorp Jr JM, Nicholson WK. Internet Use and Access Among Pregnant Women via Computer and Mobile Phone: Implications for Delivery of Perinatal Care. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2015;3(1):e25
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  11. Chilukuri N, West M, Henderson JL, Lawson S, Ehsanipoor R, Costigan K, Polk S, Bennett W. Information and Communication Technology Use Among Low-Income Pregnant and Postpartum Women by Race and Ethnicity: A Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(7):e163
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  12. Pinto MB. Social media's contribution to customer satisfaction with services. The Service Industries Journal 2015;35(11-12):573
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  13. Scaioli G, Bert F, Galis V, Brusaferro S, De Vito E, La Torre G, Manzoli L, Messina G, Torregrossa M, Ricciardi W, Gualano M, Siliquini R. Pregnancy and internet: sociodemographic and geographic differences in e-health practice. Results from an Italian multicenter study. Public Health 2015;129(9):1258
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  14. Danbjørg DB, Wagner L, Clemensen J. Designing, Developing, and Testing an App for Parents Being Discharged Early Postnatally. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2014;10(10):794
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  15. Schindelhauer-Deutscher HJ, Henn W. Genetische Beratung bei Pränataldiagnostik. medizinische genetik 2014;26(4):374
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  1. Kraschnewski JL, Chuang CH. Handbook of Fertility. 2015. :173
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