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Published on 21.06.16 in Vol 18, No 6 (2016): Jun

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Works citing "How Health Care Professionals Use Social Media to Create Virtual Communities: An Integrative Review"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5312):

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  1. Gonzalez E, Mitra S, Turel O. Motivational Impacts on Intent to Use Health-Related Social Media. Journal of Computer Information Systems 2018;:1
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  2. Daneshvar H, Anderson S, Williams R, Mozaffar H. How Can Social Media Lead to Co-Production (Co-Delivery) of New Services for the Elderly Population? A Qualitative Study. JMIR Human Factors 2018;5(1):e5
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  3. Jones H, Nazarpour K. Gaining NHS ethical approval from the perspective of a biomedical engineering team. British Journal of Healthcare Management 2018;24(2):71
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  4. Dumas A, Lapointe A, Desroches S. Users, Uses, and Effects of Social Media in Dietetic Practice: Scoping Review of the Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(2):e55
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  5. Kizgin H, Jamal A, Dey BL, Rana NP. The Impact of Social Media on Consumers’ Acculturation and Purchase Intentions. Information Systems Frontiers 2017;
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  6. Melkers J, Hicks D, Rosenblum S, Isett KR, Elliott J. Dental Blogs, Podcasts, and Associated Social Media: Descriptive Mapping and Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(7):e269
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  7. Hurtubise K, Pratte G, Rivard L, Berbari J, Héguy L, Camden C. Exploring engagement in a virtual community of practice in pediatric rehabilitation: who are non-users, lurkers, and posters?. Disability and Rehabilitation 2017;:1
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  8. Bell JM. Social Media and Family Nursing Scholars. Journal of Family Nursing 2017;23(1):3
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  9. O’Regan A, Smithson WH, Spain E. Social media and professional identity: Pitfalls and potential. Medical Teacher 2017;:1
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  10. Procter PM, Brixey JJ, Todhunter F, Honey MLL. Social Media Providing an International Virtual Elective Experience for Student Nurses. Informatics 2017;4(4):9
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  11. 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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  12. Vercelli S. Use of social media among Italian physiotherapists: a new opportunity for the profession or an unfavorable trend toward guruism?. Archives of Physiotherapy 2016;6(1)
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  13. Fernández Salazar S, Lafuente Robles N. Integración de internet y las redes sociales en las estrategias de salud. Enfermería Clínica 2016;26(5):265
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5312)

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  1. Moahi KH, Bwalya KJ. Health Care Delivery and Clinical Science. 2018. chapter 64:1276
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  2. Thoër C, Millerand F, Duque N. The Digitization of Healthcare. 2017. Chapter 7:119
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  3. Moahi KH, Bwalya KJ. Health Information Systems and the Advancement of Medical Practice in Developing Countries. 2017. chapter 4:60
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  4. Tshiamo WB, Kgositau M, Magowe M. Health Information Systems and the Advancement of Medical Practice in Developing Countries. 2017. chapter 11:181
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