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Published on 18.09.00 in Vol 2, No 3 (2000)

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Works citing "A Question of Duty: Common Law Legal Issues Resulting from Physician Response to Unsolicited Patient Email Inquiries"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2.3.e17):

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  1. Tulu B, Trapp AC, Strong DM, Johnson SA, Hoque M, Trudel J, Garber L. An analysis of patient portal utilization: what can we learn about online patient behavior by examining portal click data?. Health Systems 2016;5(1):66
  2. Ares E. An uncommon skin condition illustrates the need for caution when prescribing for friends. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 2008;20(8):389
  3. Castrén J, Huttunen T, Kunttu K. Users and non-users of web-based health advice service among Finnish university students – chronic conditions and self-reported health status (a cross-sectional study). BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2008;8(1)
  4. Brooks RG, Menachemi N. Physicians’ Use of Email With Patients: Factors Influencing Electronic Communication and Adherence to Best Practices. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(1):e2
  5. Mayer Pujadas M, Leis Machín A. El correo electrónico en la relación médico-paciente: uso y recomendaciones generales. Atención Primaria 2006;37(7):413
  6. Umefjord G, Petersson G, Hamberg K. Reasons for Consulting a Doctor on the Internet: Web Survey of Users of an Ask the Doctor Service. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2003;5(4):e26