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Journal of Medical Internet Research

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Published on 20.05.15 in Vol 17, No 5 (2015): May

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Works citing "The Acceptability Among Health Researchers and Clinicians of Social Media to Translate Research Evidence to Clinical Practice: Mixed-Methods Survey and Interview Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4347):

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  1. Ryan G, Sfar-Gandoura H. Disseminating research information through Facebook and Twitter (DRIFT): presenting an evidence-based framework. Nurse Researcher 2018;
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  3. Wieringa S, Engebretsen E, Heggen K, Greenhalgh T. How Knowledge Is Constructed and Exchanged in Virtual Communities of Physicians: Qualitative Study of Mindlines Online. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(2):e34
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  4. Brownson RC, Eyler AA, Harris JK, Moore JB, Tabak RG. Getting the Word Out. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 2018;24(2):102
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  5. Merolli M, Busuttil M, Wåhlin C, Green A. Global communication practices of physiotherapists on Twitter. European Journal of Physiotherapy 2018;:1
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  6. Bola R, Liszewski B. Knowledge Translation in 140 Characters or Less: #ProfessionalDevelopment #Collaboration #Patientengagement. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences 2017;48(3):221
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  7. Linkeviciute A, Dierickx K. Expanding Social Media Use Recommendations to Global, Multicentred, Industry Run Clinical Trials. The American Journal of Bioethics 2017;17(3):23
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  8. Maloney S, Tunnecliff J, Morgan P, Gaida J, Keating J, Clearihan L, Sadasivan S, Ganesh S, Mohanty P, Weiner J, Rivers G, Ilic D. Continuing Professional Development via Social Media or Conference Attendance: A Cost Analysis. JMIR Medical Education 2017;3(1):e5
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  9. Dyson MP, Newton AS, Shave K, Featherstone RM, Thomson D, Wingert A, Fernandes RM, Hartling L. Social Media for the Dissemination of Cochrane Child Health Evidence: Evaluation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(9):e308
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  10. Moore AP, Jull G, Hebron C. Musculoskeletal science & practice and social media. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice 2017;29:v
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  11. Mettler T. Contextualizing a professional social network for health care: Experiences from an action design research study. Information Systems Journal 2017;
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  12. Tapp H, Derkowski D, Calvert M, Welch M, Spencer S. Patient perspectives on engagement in shared decision-making for asthma care. Family Practice 2016;:cmw122
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  13. Rolls K, Hansen M, Jackson D, Elliott D. How Health Care Professionals Use Social Media to Create Virtual Communities: An Integrative Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e166
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  14. Tunnecliff J, Weiner J, Gaida JE, Keating JL, Morgan P, Ilic D, Clearihan L, Davies D, Sadasivan S, Mohanty P, Ganesh S, Reynolds J, Maloney S. Translating evidence to practice in the health professions: a randomized trial of Twitter vs Facebook. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2016;:ocw085
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  15. Maloney S, Tunnecliff J, Morgan P, Gaida JE, Clearihan L, Sadasivan S, Davies D, Ganesh S, Mohanty P, Weiner J, Reynolds J, Ilic D. Translating Evidence Into Practice via Social Media: A Mixed-Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(10):e242
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