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Journal of Medical Internet Research

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Published on 13.09.00 in Vol 2 (2000): Supplement 2

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Works citing "A framework for evaluating e-health: Systematic review of studies assessing the quality of health information and services for patients on the Internet"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2.suppl2.e9):

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  1. 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)
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  2. Finn J, Krysik J. Agency-Based Social Workers' Attitudes and Behaviors Regarding Service-Related Unsolicited E-mail. Journal of Technology in Human Services 2007;25(3):21
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  3. Sidhu H, Raynor D, Knapp P. Evaluation of website medicines information content, in comparison with official patient information. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2006;14(3):189
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  4. Bouchier H, Bath PA. Evaluation of Websites that Provide Information on Alzheimer's Disease. Health Informatics Journal 2003;9(1):17
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  5. Martin-Facklam M, Kostrzewa M, Schubert F, Gasse C, Haefeli WE. Quality markers of drug information on the internet: an evaluation of sites about St. John’s Wort. The American Journal of Medicine 2002;113(9):740
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  6. Wright SM, Tseng WT, Kolodner K. Physician opinion about electronic publications. The American Journal of Medicine 2001;110(5):373
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