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Works citing "The Impact of Inaccurate Internet Health Information in a Secondary School Learning Environment"

Philip Kortum, Christine Edwards, Rebecca Richards-Kortum
J Med Internet Res 2008 (Jun 30); 10(2):e17 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.986):

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

 
1. Haluza D, Cervinka R. Public (Skin) Health and the publishing source bias of Austrian information material. Central European Journal of Medicine 2014;9(1):169 [CrossRef]
 
2. McPherson AC, Gofine ML, Stinson J. Seeing Is Believing? A Mixed-Methods Study Exploring the Quality and Perceived Trustworthiness of Online Information About Chronic Conditions Aimed at Children and Young People. Health Communication 2014;29(5):473 [CrossRef]
 
3. Rossini B, Burnham J, Wright A. The Librarian's Role in an Enrichment Program for High School Students Interested in the Health Professions. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2013;32(1):73 [CrossRef]
 
4. Best P, Foye U, Taylor B, Hazlett D, Manktelow R. Online interactive suicide support services: quality and accessibility. Mental Health Review Journal 2013;18(4):226 [CrossRef]
 
5. Athanasopoulou C, Hätönen H, Suni S, Lionis C, Griffiths KM, Välimäki M. An analysis of online health information on schizophrenia or related conditions: a cross-sectional survey. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2013;13(1):98 [CrossRef]
 
6. Bermúdez-Tamayo C, Alba-Ruiz R, Jiménez-Pernett J, García Gutiérrez J, Traver-Salcedo V, Yubraham-Sánchez D. Use of Social Media by Spanish Hospitals: Perceptions, Difficulties, and Success Factors. Telemedicine and e-Health 2013;19(2):137 [CrossRef]
 
7. Nan X, Madden K. HPV Vaccine Information in the Blogosphere: How Positive and Negative Blogs Influence Vaccine-Related Risk Perceptions, Attitudes, and Behavioral Intentions. Health Communication 2012;27(8):829 [CrossRef]
 
8. Rath B, Ali M, Codarini G, Elemuwa C, Khamesipour A, Maurer W, Mworozi E, Rundblad G, Varughese S, Kochhar S. Promoting Evidence-based Vaccine Safety Research and Communication--The Vienna Vaccine Safety Initiative. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 2012;58(3):167 [CrossRef]
 
9. Kata A. Anti-vaccine activists, Web 2.0, and the postmodern paradigm – An overview of tactics and tropes used online by the anti-vaccination movement. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3778 [CrossRef]
 
10. 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]
 
11. Valcke M, De Wever B, Van Keer H, Schellens T. Long-term study of safe Internet use of young children. Computers & Education 2011;57(1):1292 [CrossRef]
 
12. Taylor HA, Sullivan D, Mullen C, Johnson CM. Implementation of a user-centered framework in the development of a web-based health information database and call center. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2011;44(5):897 [CrossRef]
 
13. Kind T. The Internet as an adjunct for pediatric primary care. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2009;21(6):805 [CrossRef]
 
14. Chou WS, Hunt YM, Beckjord EB, Moser RP, Hesse BW. Social Media Use in the United States: Implications for Health Communication. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2009;11(4):e48 [CrossRef]
 
15. Nelson S, Hwang KO, Bernstam EV. Comparing clinician knowledge and online information regarding Alli (Orlistat). International Journal of Medical Informatics 2009;78(11):772 [CrossRef]