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Published on 09.05.16 in Vol 18, No 5 (2016): May

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Works citing "Therapeutic Affordances of Online Support Group Use in Women With Endometriosis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5548):

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  1. Banbury A, Nancarrow S, Dart J, Gray L, Parkinson L. Telehealth Interventions Delivering Home-based Support Group Videoconferencing: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(2):e25
  2. Coulson NS. Affordance theory can help understanding of individuals' use of online support communities. British Journal of Health Psychology 2017;22(3):379
  3. Smedley RM, Coulson NS. A thematic analysis of messages posted by moderators within health-related asynchronous online support forums. Patient Education and Counseling 2017;100(9):1688
  4. Turner JA. Online Support Groups: The Good, the Bad, and the Motivated. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2017;21(1):11
  5. Coulson NS, Bullock E, Rodham K. Exploring the Therapeutic Affordances of Self-Harm Online Support Communities: An Online Survey of Members. JMIR Mental Health 2017;4(4):e44
  6. Laukka E, Rantakokko P, Suhonen M. Consumer-led health-related online sources and their impact on consumers: An integrative review of the literature. Health Informatics Journal 2017;:146045821770425