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Published on 15.10.14 in Vol 16, No 10 (2014): October

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Works citing "What Are Health-Related Users Tweeting? A Qualitative Content Analysis of Health-Related Users and Their Messages on Twitter"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3765):

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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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  2. Ramaprasad A, Syn T. Contemporary Consumer Health Informatics. 2016. Chapter 18:333
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