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Works citing "Online prescriptions of pharmaceuticals: Where is the evidence for harm or for benefit? A call for papers - and for reflection"

G Eysenbach
J Med Internet Res 2001 (Jan 31); 3(1):e1 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3.1.e1):

(note that this is only a small subset of citations)

 
1. Cicero TJ, Ellis MS. Health Outcomes in Patients Using No-Prescription Online Pharmacies to Purchase Prescription Drugs. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(6):e174 [CrossRef]
 
2. Veronin M. Packaging and Labeling of Pharmaceutical Products Obtained from the Internet. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(1):e22 [CrossRef]
 
3. Schifano F, Deluca P, Baldacchino A. Online Availability of Dextropropoxyphene over Time, 2003–2005. CyberPsychology & Behavior 2006;9(4):404 [CrossRef]
 
4. Fung CH, Woo HE, Asch SM. Controversies and Legal Issues of Prescribing and Dispensing Medications Using the Internet. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2004;79(2):188 [CrossRef]
 
5. Dutta-Bergman M. Trusted Online Sources of Health Information: Differences in Demographics, Health Beliefs, and Health-Information Orientation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2003;5(3):e21 [CrossRef]
 
6. Jones MJ, Thomasson WA. Establishing Guidelines for Internet-based Prescribing. Southern Medical Journal 2003;96(1):1 [CrossRef]
 
7. Potts HWW, Wyatt JC. Survey of Doctors' Experience of Patients Using the Internet. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2002;4(1):e5 [CrossRef]
 


According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3.1.e1):

 
1. Porfírio J, Jacquinet M, Carrilho T. Handbook of Research on ICTs and Management Systems for Improving Efficiency in Healthcare and Social Care. 2013. chapter 64:1224 [CrossRef]