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Works citing "Reliability of Health Information on the Internet: An Examination of Experts' Ratings"

Mark Craigie, Brian Loader, Roger Burrows, Steven Muncer
J Med Internet Res 2002 (Jan 17); 4(1):e2 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4.1.e2):

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

 
1. David Johnson J. Health-related information seeking: Is it worth it?. Information Processing & Management 2014;50(5):708 [CrossRef]
 
2. Keller B, Labrique A, Jain KM, Pekosz A, Levine O. Mind the Gap: Social Media Engagement by Public Health Researchers. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(1):e8 [CrossRef]
 
3. Reed RB, Chattopadhyay A, Iwema CL. Using Google Blogs and Discussions to Recommend Biomedical Resources: A Case Study. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2013;32(4):396 [CrossRef]
 
4. McNally SL, Donohue MC, Newton KP, Ogletree SP, Conner KK, Ingegneri SE, Kagnoff MF. Can Consumers Trust Web-Based Information About Celiac Disease? Accuracy, Comprehensiveness, Transparency, and Readability of Information on the Internet. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2012;1(1):e1 [CrossRef]
 
5. Moreno JM, Morales del Castillo JM, Porcel C, Herrera-Viedma E. A quality evaluation methodology for health-related websites based on a 2-tuple fuzzy linguistic approach. Soft Computing 2010;14(8):887 [CrossRef]
 
6. McKemmish S, Manaszewicz R, Burstein F, Fisher J. Consumer empowerment through metadata-based information quality reporting: The Breast Cancer Knowledge Online Portal. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2009;60(9):1792 [CrossRef]
 
7. Armstrong N, Powell J. Patient perspectives on health advice posted on Internet discussion boards: a qualitative study. Health Expectations 2009;12(3):313 [CrossRef]
 
8. Kitikannakorn N, Sitthiworanan C. Searching for health information on the Internet by undergraduate students in Phitsanulok, Thailand. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 2009;21(3) [CrossRef]
 
9. Singh PM, Wight CA, Sercinoglu O, Wilson DC, Boytsov A, Raizada MN. Language Preferences on Websites and in Google Searches for Human Health and Food Information. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2007;9(2):e18 [CrossRef]
 
10. Rains SA. The Anonymity Effect: The Influence of Anonymity on Perceptions of Sources and Information on Health Websites. Journal of Applied Communication Research 2007;35(2):197 [CrossRef]
 
11. Suggs LS. A 10-Year Retrospective of Research in New Technologies for Health Communication. Journal of Health Communication 2006;11(1):61 [CrossRef]
 
12. Bass SB, Ruzek SB, Gordon TF, Fleisher L, McKeown-Conn N, Moore D. Relationship of Internet Health Information Use With Patient Behavior and Self-Efficacy: Experiences of Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients Who Contact the National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information Service. Journal of Health Communication 2006;11(2):219 [CrossRef]
 
13. Provost M, Koompalum D, Dong D, Martin BC. The initial development of the WebMedQual scale: Domain assessment of the construct of quality of health web sites. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2006;75(1):42 [CrossRef]
 
14. Rice RE. Influences, usage, and outcomes of Internet health information searching: Multivariate results from the Pew surveys. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2006;75(1):8 [CrossRef]
 
15. Eder C, Fullerton J, Benroth R, Lindsay SP. Pragmatic strategies that enhance the reliability of data abstracted from medical records. Applied Nursing Research 2005;18(1):50 [CrossRef]
 
16. Godin S, Truschel J, Singh V. Quality Assurance of Self-Help Sites on the Internet. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community 2005;29(1-2):67 [CrossRef]
 
17. Gimenez-Perez G, Caixas A, Gimenez-Palop O, Gonzalez-Clemente JM, Mauricio D. Dissemination of 'patient-oriented evidence that matters' on the Internet: the case of Type 2 diabetes treatment. Diabetic Medicine 2005;22(6):688 [CrossRef]
 
18. Firth L, Mellor D. Broadband: benefits and problems. Telecommunications Policy 2005;29(2-3):223 [CrossRef]
 
19. Childs S. Judging the quality of internet-based health information. Performance Measurement and Metrics 2005;6(2):80 [CrossRef]
 
20. Munshi K, Parker D, Samant Y, Brosseau L, Pan W, Xi M. Machine safety evaluation in small metal working facilities: An evaluation of inter-rater reliability in the quantification of machine-related hazards. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2005;48(5):381 [CrossRef]
 
21. Nettleton S, Burrows R, O'Malley L. The mundane realities of the everyday lay use of the internet for health, and their consequences for media convergence. Sociology of Health and Illness 2005;27(7):972 [CrossRef]
 
22. Walther JB, Wang Z, Loh T. The Effect of Top-Level Domains and Advertisements on Health Web Site Credibility. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2004;6(3):e24 [CrossRef]
 
23. Fraquelli M, Conte D, Cammà C, Casazza G, Di Bona D, Rebulla P, Prati D. Quality-related variables at hepatological websites. Digestive and Liver Disease 2004;36(8):533 [CrossRef]
 
24. Green CJ, Kazanjian A, Helmer D. Informing, advising, or persuading? An assessment of bone mineral density testing information from consumer health websites. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2004;20(02) [CrossRef]
 
25. Al-Bahrani A, Plusa S. The quality of patient-orientated internet information on colorectal cancer. Colorectal Disease 2004;6(5):323 [CrossRef]
 
26. 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]
 
27. Holden G, Rosenberg G. The Deep Web, Dark Matter, Metabundles and the Broadband Elites. Social Work in Health Care 2003;36(4):1 [CrossRef]
 


According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4.1.e2):

 
1. Schwaitzberg SD. The Internet Encyclopedia. 2004. [CrossRef]