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Works citing "Adolescents Searching for Health Information on the Internet: An Observational Study"

Derek L Hansen, Holly A Derry, Paul J Resnick, Caroline R Richardson
J Med Internet Res 2003 (Oct 17); 5(4):e25 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5.4.e25):

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3. Jain AV, Bickham D. Adolescent health literacy and the Internet. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2014;26(4):435 [CrossRef]
4. Kim SU, Syn SY. Research trends in teens’ health information behaviour: a review of the literature. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2014;31(1):4 [CrossRef]
5. Leanza F, Hauser D. Teens, Technology, and Health Care. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 2014;41(3):559 [CrossRef]
6. Patel P, Berenson AB. The internet’s role in HPV vaccine education. Human vaccines & immunotherapeutics 2014;10(5) [CrossRef]
7. Delli K, Livas C, Spijkervet F, Vissink A. Internet information on xerostomia: what should patients expect?. Oral Diseases 2013;:n/a [CrossRef]
8. Thomas GR, Eng L, de Wolff JF, Grover SC. An Evaluation of Wikipedia as a Resource for Patient Education in Nephrology. Seminars in Dialysis 2013;26(2):159 [CrossRef]
9. Dunne SS, Cummins NM, Hannigan A, Shannon B, Dunne C, Cullen W. Generic medicines: an evaluation of the accuracy and accessibility of information available on the internet. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2013;13(1):115 [CrossRef]
10. Neumark Y, Lopez-Quintero C, Feldman BS, Hirsch Allen AJ, Shtarkshall R. Online Health Information Seeking Among Jewish and Arab Adolescents in Israel: Results From a National School Survey. Journal of Health Communication 2013;18(9):1097 [CrossRef]
11. Chaney BH, Barry AE, Chaney JD, Stellefson ML, Webb MC. Using screen video capture software to aide and inform cognitive interviewing. Quality & Quantity 2013;47(5):2529 [CrossRef]
12. Livas C, Delli K, Ren Y. Quality evaluation of the available Internet information regarding pain during orthodontic treatment. The Angle Orthodontist 2013;83(3):500 [CrossRef]
13. Boiarsky G, Rouner D, Long M. Effects of Responsibility Attribution and Message Source on Young Adults' Health Attitudes and Behaviors. Journal of Health Communication 2013;18(7):881 [CrossRef]
14. Lau EY, Lau PW, Chung P, Ransdell LB, Archer E. Evaluation of an Internet–Short Message Service–Based Intervention for Promoting Physical Activity in Hong Kong Chinese Adolescent School Children: A Pilot Study. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2012;15(8):425 [CrossRef]
15. HORGAN , SWEENEY J. University Students’ Online Habits and Their Use of the Internet for Health Information. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2012;30(8):402 [CrossRef]
16. Rice E, Tulbert E, Cederbaum J, Barman Adhikari A, Milburn NG. Mobilizing homeless youth for HIV prevention: a social network analysis of the acceptability of a face-to-face and online social networking intervention. Health Education Research 2012;27(2):226 [CrossRef]
17. Ghaddar SF, Valerio MA, Garcia CM, Hansen L. Adolescent Health Literacy: The Importance of Credible Sources for Online Health Information. Journal of School Health 2012;82(1):28 [CrossRef]
18. Henderson EM, Rosser BA, Keogh E, Eccleston C. Internet Sites Offering Adolescents Help With Headache, Abdominal Pain, and Dysmenorrhoea: A Description of Content, Quality, and Peer Interactions. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2012;37(3):262 [CrossRef]
19. Rhebergen MD, Lenderink AF, van Dijk FJ, Hulshof CT. Comparing the Use of an Online Expert Health Network against Common Information Sources to Answer Health Questions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(1):e9 [CrossRef]
20. Bowler L, Oh JS, He D, Mattern E, Jeng W. Eating disorder questions inYahoo! Answers: Information, conversation, or reflection?. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2012;49(1):1 [CrossRef]
21. Levin-Zamir D, Lemish D, Gofin R. Media Health Literacy (MHL): development and measurement of the concept among adolescents. Health Education Research 2011;26(2):323 [CrossRef]
22. Miguel González I, Echevarría Broz C, Ferrero Fernández E, Suárez Gil P. Uso de Internet por parte de los adolescentes de Gijón (Asturias) como fuente de información sobre salud. Atención Primaria 2011;43(6):281 [CrossRef]
23. Jenkins WD, Rabins C, Barnes M, Agreda P, Gaydos C. Use of the internet and self-collected samples as a sexually transmissible infection intervention in rural Illinois communities. Sexual Health 2011;8(1):79 [CrossRef]
24. AlGhamdi KM, Almohedib MA. Internet use by dermatology outpatients to search for health information. International Journal of Dermatology 2011;50(3):292 [CrossRef]
25. D’Auria JP. Health Web Sites for Teens. Journal of Pediatric Health Care 2011;25(2):e1 [CrossRef]
26. Kim H, Park S, Bozeman I. Online health information search and evaluation: observations and semi-structured interviews with college students and maternal health experts. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2011;28(3):188 [CrossRef]
27. Guardiola-Wanden-Berghe R, Gil-Pérez JD, Sanz-Valero J, Wanden-Berghe C. Evaluating the quality of websites relating to diet and eating disorders. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2011;28(4):294 [CrossRef]
28. Brouwer W, Kroeze W, Crutzen R, de Nooijer J, de Vries NK, Brug J, Oenema A. Which Intervention Characteristics are Related to More Exposure to Internet-Delivered Healthy Lifestyle Promotion Interventions? A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(1):e2 [CrossRef]
29. Meyer KL, Ahlers-Schmidt CR, Harris KR, Seiler SM. STI Testing Information Available to Teens on the Internet: What’s Missing?. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology 2011;24(2):e17 [CrossRef]
30. Robertson-Lang L, Major S, Hemming H. An Exploration of Search Patterns and Credibility Issues among Older Adults Seeking Online Health Information. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 2011;30(04):631 [CrossRef]
31. Kocić B, Petrović B. THE INTERNET-BASED HEALTH INFORMATION AND ADOLESCENTS. Acta medica medianae 2011;:69 [CrossRef]
32. Bowler L, Hong W, He D. The visibility of health web portals for teens: a hyperlink analysis. Online Information Review 2011;35(3):443 [CrossRef]
33. Howard MN, Davis JA, Mitchell ME. Improving Low-Income Teen Health Behaviors with Internet-Linked Clinic Interventions. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 2011;8(1):50 [CrossRef]
34. Heilman JM, Kemmann E, Bonert M, Chatterjee A, Ragar B, Beards GM, Iberri DJ, Harvey M, Thomas B, Stomp W, Martone MF, Lodge DJ, Vondracek A, de Wolff JF, Liber C, Grover SC, Vickers TJ, Meskó B, Laurent MR. Wikipedia: A Key Tool for Global Public Health Promotion. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(1):e14 [CrossRef]
35. Quintero G, Bundy H. “Most of the Time You Already Know”: Pharmaceutical Information Assembly by Young Adults on the Internet. Substance Use & Misuse 2011;46(7):898 [CrossRef]
36. Buhi ER, Daley EM, Oberne A, Smith SA, Schneider T, Fuhrmann HJ. Quality and Accuracy of Sexual Health Information Web Sites Visited by Young People. Journal of Adolescent Health 2010;47(2):206 [CrossRef]
37. Vernon ML. A review of computer-based alcohol problem services designedfor the general public. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 2010;38(3):203 [CrossRef]
38. Jiménez-Pernett J, García-Gutiérrez J, Bermúdez-Tamayo C, Labry-Lima AOD. Webliografía sobre salud para adolescentes y jóvenes. Revista de Calidad Asistencial 2010;25(1):4 [CrossRef]
39. Rickwood DJ. Promoting Youth Mental Health through Computer-Mediated Communication. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion 2010;12(3):32 [CrossRef]
40. Hu Y, Haake J. Search Your Way to an Accurate Diagnosis: Predictors of Internet-Based Diagnosis Accuracy. Atlantic Journal of Communication 2010;18(2):79 [CrossRef]
41. Tercyak KP, Abraham AA, Graham AL, Wilson LD, Walker LR. Association of Multiple Behavioral Risk Factors with Adolescents' Willingness to Engage in eHealth Promotion. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2009;34(5):457 [CrossRef]
42. 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]
43. Wharf Higgins J, Begoray D, MacDonald M. A Social Ecological Conceptual Framework for Understanding Adolescent Health Literacy in the Health Education Classroom. American Journal of Community Psychology 2009;44(3-4):350 [CrossRef]
44. Zhao S. Parental education and children's online health information seeking: Beyond the digital divide debate. Social Science & Medicine 2009;69(10):1501 [CrossRef]
45. Buhi ER, Daley EM, Fuhrmann HJ, Smith SA. An Observational Study of How Young People Search for Online Sexual Health Information. Journal of American College Health 2009;58(2):101 [CrossRef]
46. Skopelja EN, Whipple EC, Richwine P. Reaching and Teaching Teens: Adolescent Health Literacy and the Internet. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet 2008;12(2):105 [CrossRef]
47. Halpern CT, Mitchell EM, Farhat T, Bardsley P. Effectiveness of web-based education on Kenyan and Brazilian adolescents' knowledge about HIV/AIDS, abortion law, and emergency contraception: Findings from TeenWeb. Social Science & Medicine 2008;67(4):628 [CrossRef]
48. de Boer MJ, Versteegen GJ, van Wijhe M. Patients’ use of the Internet for pain-related medical information. Patient Education and Counseling 2007;68(1):86 [CrossRef]
49. Bates BR, Romina SM, Ahmed R. The effect of improved readability scores on consumers’ perceptions of the quality of health information on the internet. Journal of Cancer Education 2007;22(1):15 [CrossRef]
50. Rains SA. Perceptions of Traditional Information Sources and Use of the World Wide Web to Seek Health Information: Findings From the Health Information National Trends Survey. Journal of Health Communication 2007;12(7):667 [CrossRef]
51. Neuman HB, Cabral C, Charlson ME, Temple LK. Is Internet Information Adequate to Facilitate Surgical Decision-Making in Familial Adenomatous Polyposis?. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum 2007;50(12):2135 [CrossRef]
52. Gray NJ, Klein JD. Adolescents and the Internet: health and sexuality information. Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2006;18(5):519 [CrossRef]
53. Norris ML, Boydell KM, Pinhas L, Katzman DK. Ana and the Internet: A review of pro-anorexia websites. International Journal of Eating Disorders 2006;39(6):443 [CrossRef]
54. Gray NJ, Klein JD, Noyce PR, Sesselberg TS, Cantrill JA. Health information-seeking behaviour in adolescence: the place of the internet. Social Science & Medicine 2005;60(7):1467 [CrossRef]
55. McColgan MD, Giardino AP. Internet Poses Multiple Risks to Children and Adolescents. Pediatric Annals 2005;34(5):405 [CrossRef]
56. Gray NJ, Klein JD, Noyce PR, Sesselberg TS, Cantrill JA. The Internet: A window on adolescent health literacy. Journal of Adolescent Health 2005;37(3):243.e1 [CrossRef]
57. 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]
58. Irwin CE. Youth violence: opportunities for intervention. Journal of Adolescent Health 2004;35(5):347 [CrossRef]
59. Morahan-Martin JM. How Internet Users Find, Evaluate, and Use Online Health Information: A Cross-Cultural Review. CyberPsychology & Behavior 2004;7(5):497 [CrossRef]
60. Birru MS, Monaco VM, Charles L, Drew H, Njie V, Bierria T, Detlefsen E, Steinman RA. Internet Usage by Low-Literacy Adults Seeking Health Information: An Observational Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2004;6(3):e25 [CrossRef]
61. Skinner H, Biscope S, Poland B, Goldberg E. How Adolescents Use Technology for Health Information: Implications for Health Professionals from Focus Group Studies. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2003;5(4):e32 [CrossRef]

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