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Published on 29.12.15 in Vol 17, No 12 (2015): December

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Works citing "Consumer Use of “Dr Google”: A Survey on Health Information-Seeking Behaviors and Navigational Needs"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4345):

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  1. Kamel Ghalibaf A, Mazloum Khorasani Z, Gholian-Aval M, Tabesh H, Tara M. Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Self-Describing Diabetes Medical Records: A Pilot Study. JMIR Medical Informatics 2017;5(2):e10
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  2. Riggare S, Höglund PJ, Hvitfeldt Forsberg H, Eftimovska E, Svenningsson P, Hägglund M. Patients are doing it for themselves: A survey on disease-specific knowledge acquisition among people with Parkinson’s disease in Sweden. Health Informatics Journal 2017;:146045821770424
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  3. Pesälä S, Virtanen MJ, Sane J, Mustonen P, Kaila M, Helve O. Health Information–Seeking Patterns of the General Public and Indications for Disease Surveillance: Register-Based Study Using Lyme Disease. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(4):e86
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  4. von Rosen AJ, von Rosen FT, Tinnemann P, Müller-Riemenschneider F. Sexual Health and the Internet: Cross-Sectional Study of Online Preferences Among Adolescents. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(11):e379
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  5. Lee K, Hoti K, Hughes JD, Emmerton L. Dr Google Is Here to Stay but Health Care Professionals Are Still Valued: An Analysis of Health Care Consumers’ Internet Navigation Support Preferences. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(6):e210
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  6. Schneider JA, Holland CP. eHealth Search Patterns: A Comparison of Private and Public Health Care Markets Using Online Panel Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(4):e117
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  8. Quinn S, Bond R, Nugent C. Quantifying health literacy and eHealth literacy using existing instruments and browser-based software for tracking online health information seeking behavior. Computers in Human Behavior 2017;69:256
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  9. Ramsey I, Corsini N, Peters MD, Eckert M. A rapid review of consumer health information needs and preferences. Patient Education and Counseling 2017;100(9):1634
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  10. Sudbury-Riley L, FitzPatrick M, Schulz PJ. Exploring the Measurement Properties of the eHealth Literacy Scale (eHEALS) Among Baby Boomers: A Multinational Test of Measurement Invariance. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(2):e53
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  11. Papadakos J, Trang A, Cyr AB, Abdelmutti N, Giuliani ME, Snow M, McCurdie T, Pulandiran M, Urowitz S, Wiljer D. Deconstructing Cancer Patient Information Seeking in a Consumer Health Library Toward Developing a Virtual Information Consult for Cancer Patients and Their Caregivers: A Qualitative, Instrumental Case Study. JMIR Cancer 2017;3(1):e6
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  12. Benetoli A, Chen TF, Aslani P. Consumer Health-Related Activities on Social Media: Exploratory Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(10):e352
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  13. Tulgar S, Selvi O, Serifsoy TE, Senturk O, Ozer Z. YouTube as an information source of spinal anesthesia, epidural anesthesia and combined spinal and epidural anesthesia. Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology (English Edition) 2017;67(5):493
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  15. Tulgar S, Selvi O, Serifsoy TE, Senturk O, Ozer Z. YouTube como fonte de informação de raquianestesia, anestesia peridural e anestesia combinada raquiperidural. Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology 2017;67(5):493
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  16. Lee K, Roehrer E, Cummings E. Information overload in consumers of health-related information. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports 2017;15(10):2457
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  17. Pang PC, Chang S, Verspoor K, Pearce J. Designing Health Websites Based on Users’ Web-Based Information-Seeking Behaviors: A Mixed-Method Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e145
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  18. Devine T, Broderick J, Harris LM, Wu H, Hilfiker SW. Making Quality Health Websites a National Public Health Priority: Toward Quality Standards. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(8):e211
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  19. Chen C, Huang E, Yan H. Detecting the association of health problems in consumer-level medical text. Journal of Information Science 2016;:016555151667162
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  20. Lawson McLean AC, Lawson McLean A, Kalff R, Walter J. Google Search Queries About Neurosurgical Topics: Are They a Suitable Guide for Neurosurgeons?. World Neurosurgery 2016;90:179
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4345)

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  1. Fischer F, Dockweiler C. eHealth in Deutschland. 2016. Chapter 22:407
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