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Published on 15.06.16 in Vol 18, No 6 (2016): Jun

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Works citing "Beyond Traditional Newspaper Advertisement: Leveraging Facebook-Targeted Advertisement to Recruit Long-Term Smokers for Research"

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  9. Oesterle S, Epstein M, Haggerty KP, Moreno MA. Using Facebook to Recruit Parents to Participate in a Family Program to Prevent Teen Drug Use. Prevention Science 2017;
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  10. Tustin JL, Crowcroft NS, Gesink D, Johnson I, Keelan J, Lachapelle B. Facebook Recruitment of Vaccine-Hesitant Canadian Parents: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(3):e47
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  11. Carter-Harris L. Facebook targeted advertisement for research recruitment: A primer for nurse researchers. Applied Nursing Research 2016;32:144
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