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Journal of Medical Internet Research

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Published on 09.06.16 in Vol 18, No 6 (2016): Jun

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Works citing "Social Media in Professional Medicine: New Resident Perceptions and Practices"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5612):

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  1. Koo K, Bowman MS, Ficko Z, Gormley EA. Older and wiser? Changes in unprofessional content on urologists’ social media after transition from residency to practice. BJU International 2018;
  2. Koontz NA, Kamer AP, Dodson SC, Capps AE, Tomblinson CM, Brown BP, Frank MS, Heitkamp DE. Social Media Utilization at an Academic Radiology Practice. Academic Radiology 2018;25(1):111
  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
  4. Oltulu P, Mannan AASR, Gardner JM. Effective use of Twitter and Facebook in pathology practice. Human Pathology 2018;73:128
  5. Gih DE. Guiding Psychiatry Trainees on Their First Job Search. Academic Psychiatry 2017;41(3):423
  6. Long X, Qi L, Ou Z, Zu X, Cao Z, Zeng X, Li Y, Chen M, Wang Z, Wang L, Shore N. Evolving use of social media among Chinese urologists: Opportunity or challenge?. PLOS ONE 2017;12(7):e0181895