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Published on 19.11.99 in Vol 1, No 2 (1999)

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Works citing "Impact of the Internet on Primary Care Staff in Glasgow"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1.2.e7):

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  1. Baker SC, Watson BM. Investigating the Association Between Internet Health Information Use and Patient Willingness to Communicate with Health Care Providers. Health Communication 2019;:1
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  3. Haluza D, Naszay M, Stockinger A, Jungwirth D. Digital Natives Versus Digital Immigrants: Influence of Online Health Information Seeking on the Doctor–Patient Relationship. Health Communication 2017;32(11):1342
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  4. MacWalter G, McKay J, Bowie P. Utilisation of internet resources for continuing professional development: a cross-sectional survey of general practitioners in Scotland. BMC Medical Education 2016;16(1)
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  5. Sarker A, Mollá D, Paris C. Automatic evidence quality prediction to support evidence-based decision making. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 2015;64(2):89
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  6. Patel PR, Berenson AB. The internet’s role in HPV vaccine education. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2014;10(5):1166
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  7. Gilmour J, Hanna S, Chan H, Strong A, Huntington A. Engaging With Patient Online Health Information Use. SAGE Open 2014;4(3):215824401455061
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  8. Davies K. Evidence-based medicine: is the evidence out there for primary care clinicians?. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2011;28(4):285
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  9. Santana S, Lausen B, Bujnowska-Fedak M, Chronaki CE, Prokosch H, Wynn R. Informed citizen and empowered citizen in health: results from an European survey. BMC Family Practice 2011;12(1)
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  10. Barnoy S, Volfin-Pruss D, Ehrenfeld M, Kushnir T. Factors affecting nurses' attitudes in Israel toward patients who present them with Internet medical information. Nursing Outlook 2008;56(6):314
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  11. Masters K. For what purpose and reasons do doctors use the Internet: A systematic review. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2008;77(1):4
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  12. Dilliway G, Maudsley G. Patients bringing information to primary care consultations: a cross-sectional (questionnaire) study of doctors' and nurses' views of its impact. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 2008;14(4):545
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  13. . MF, . SF, . HS, . AZ, . NH, . NA, . AN. The Study of Health Information System Performance from Managers and Experts` Viewpoints. Information Technology Journal 2007;6(2):227
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  14. Vinker S, Weinfass M, Kasinetz LM, Kitai E, Kaiserman I. Web-based question-answering service of a family physician—the characteristics of queries in a non-commercial open forum. Medical Informatics and the Internet in Medicine 2007;32(2):123
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  15. Johnson PT, Eng J, Rowell MR, Fishman EK. Evolving Physician Perception of World Wide Web Education. Academic Radiology 2007;14(9):1092
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  16. Al-Bahrani A, Plusa S. The quality of patient-orientated internet information on colorectal cancer. Colorectal Disease 2004;6(5):323
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  17. Dolan G, Iredale R, Williams R, Ameen J. Consumer use of the internet for health information: a survey of primary care patients. International Journal of Consumer Studies 2004;28(2):147
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  18. de Lusignan S. The National Health Service and the Internet. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2003;96(10):490
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  19. Wilson P, Glanville J, Watt I. Access to the online evidence base in general practice: a survey of the Northern and Yorkshire Region. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2003;20(3):172
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  20. Farrell KD, Robinson LM, Scott TA. Female Urinary Incontinence Health Education on the Internet: Pitfalls and Opportunities. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 2003;25(7):594
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  21. Powell J, Clarke A. The WWW of the World Wide Web: Who, What, and Why?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2002;4(1):e4
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  22. Potts HWW, Wyatt JC. Survey of Doctors' Experience of Patients Using the Internet. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2002;4(1):e5
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  23. Eysenbach G, Jadad AR. Evidence-based Patient Choice and Consumer health informatics in the Internet age. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2001;3(2):e19
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  24. Eysenbach G. Towards ethical guidelines for e-health: JMIR Theme Issue on eHealth Ethics. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2000;2(1):e7
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  25. Rodrigues RJ. Ethical and Legal Issues in Interactive Health Communications: A Call for International Cooperation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2000;2(1):e8
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1.2.e7)

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  1. Stetina BU, Kryspin-Exner I. Gesundheit und Neue Medien. 2009. Chapter 1:1
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  2. Gaisser A, Stamatiadis-Smidt H. Management des MAMMAKARZINOMS. 2002. Chapter 32:495
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