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Works citing "Conceptual Framework for a New Tool for Evaluating the Quality of Diabetes Consumer-Information Web Sites"

Joshua J Seidman, Donald Steinwachs, Haya R Rubin
J Med Internet Res 2003 (Nov 27); 5(4):e29 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5.4.e29):

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1. Zhang J, Zhao Y. A user term visualization analysis based on a social question and answer log. Information Processing & Management 2013;49(5):1019 [CrossRef]
2. 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]
3. Hanif F, Read JC, Goodacre JA, Chaudhry A, Gibbs P. The role of quality tools in assessing reliability of the Internet for health information. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2009;34(4):231 [CrossRef]
4. Williams N, Mughal S, Blair M. ‘Is my child developing normally?’: a critical review of web-based resources for parents. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 2008;50(12):893 [CrossRef]
5. Rasmussen B, Dunning P, O'Connell B. Young women with diabetes: using Internet communication to create stability during life transitions. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2007;16(3a):17 [CrossRef]
6. van Esch SCM, Cornel MC, Snoek FJ. Type�2 diabetes and inheritance: what information do diabetes organizations provide on the Internet?. Diabetic Medicine 2006;23(11):1233 [CrossRef]
7. Bedell SE, Agrawal A, Petersen LE. A systematic critique of diabetes on the world wide web for patients and their physicians. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2004;73(9-10):687 [CrossRef]
8. Seidman JJ, Steinwachs D, Rubin HR. Design and Testing of a Tool for Evaluating the Quality of Diabetes Consumer-Information Web Sites. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2003;5(4):e30 [CrossRef]