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Published on 14.07.17 in Vol 19, No 7 (2017): July

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Works citing "Preliminary Evidence for the Emergence of a Health Care Online Community of Practice: Using a Netnographic Framework for Twitter Hashtag Analytics"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.7072):

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  1. Roland D. Social Media, Health Policy, and Knowledge Translation. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2018;15(1):149
  2. Thoma B, Brazil V, Spurr J, Palaganas J, Eppich W, Grant V, Cheng A. Establishing a Virtual Community of Practice in Simulation. Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2018;13(2):124
  3. Roland D, Spurr J, Cabrera D. Initial Standardized Framework for Reporting Social Media Analytics in Emergency Care Research. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 2018;19(4):701
  4. Chan TM, Stukus D, Leppink J, Duque L, Bigham BL, Mehta N, Thoma B. Social Media and the 21st-Century Scholar: How You Can Harness Social Media to Amplify Your Career. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2018;15(1):142
  5. Holden A, Spallek H. How compliant are dental practice Facebook pages with Australian health care advertising regulations? A Netnographic review. Australian Dental Journal 2018;63(1):109
  6. Burkholder T, Bellows J, King R. Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM) in Emergency Medicine: The Global Distribution of Users in 2016. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 2018;19(3):600
  7. Cabrera D, Roy D, Chisolm MS. Social Media Scholarship and Alternative Metrics for Academic Promotion and Tenure. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2018;15(1):135