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Published on 18.09.00 in Vol 2, No 3 (2000)

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Works citing "Anesthesiologists' Responses to an Email Request for Advice from an Unknown Patient"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2.3.e16):

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  1. Chang KL, Grubbs EG, Ingledew P. AN ANALYSIS OF THE QUALITY OF THYROID CANCER WEBSITES. Endocrine Practice 2019;25(10):1003
  2. Thomas JR, Shaikh U. Electronic Communication With Patients for Breastfeeding Support. Journal of Human Lactation 2007;23(3):275
  3. Finn J, Krysik J. Agency-Based Social Workers' Attitudes and Behaviors Regarding Service-Related Unsolicited E-mail. Journal of Technology in Human Services 2007;25(3):21
  4. Goldner M. Using the Internet and Email for Health Purposes: The Impact of Health Status*. Social Science Quarterly 2006;87(3):690
  5. Kuszler PC. A Question of Duty: Common Law Legal Issues Resulting from Physician Response to Unsolicited Patient Email Inquiries. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2000;2(3):e17

According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2.3.e16)

  1. DeJong SM. Blogs and Tweets, Texting and Friending. 2014. :25
  2. Eysenbach G. Evaluating the Organizational Impact of Healthcare Information Systems. 2005. Chapter 5:129
  3. Schwaitzberg SD. The Internet Encyclopedia. 2004.