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Published on 22.01.08 in Vol 10, No 1 (2008): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "What Do Evaluation Instruments Tell Us About the Quality of Complementary Medicine Information on the Internet?"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.961):

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  1. Bishop FL, Greville-Harris M, Bostock J, Din A, Graham CA, Lewith G, Liossi C, O’Riordan T, White P, Yardley L. Supporting informed choice in acupuncture: effects of a new person-, evidence- and theory-based website for patients with back pain. Acupuncture in Medicine 2019;:096452841982722
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  5. Robillard JM, Jun JH, Lai J, Feng TL. The QUEST for quality online health information: validation of a short quantitative tool. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2018;18(1)
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  6. Holmes MM, Bishop FL, Calman L. “I just googled and read everything”: Exploring breast cancer survivors’ use of the internet to find information on complementary medicine. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2017;33:78
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  13. Bishop FL, Greville-Harris M, Bostock J, Din A, Graham CA, Lewith G, Liossi C, O’Riordan T, Ryves R, White P, Yardley L. Using psychological theory and qualitative methods to develop a new evidence-based website about acupuncture for back pain. European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2016;8(4):384
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  15. Reynolds KA, Walker JR, Walsh K. How well do websites concerning children’s anxiety answer parents’ questions about treatment choices?. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2015;20(4):555
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  33. Nelson S, Hwang KO, Bernstam EV. Comparing clinician knowledge and online information regarding Alli (Orlistat). International Journal of Medical Informatics 2009;78(11):772
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  35. Scola-Streckenbach S. Experience-based Information: The Role of Web-based Patient Networks in Consumer Health Information Services. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet 2008;12(3):216
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  1. Weitzel L, Quaresma P, Moreira de Oliveira JP, Artigas D. Graph Theoretic Approaches for Analyzing Large-Scale Social Networks. 2018. chapter 17:293
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  2. Hung WJ, Tsai C, Hung S, McQueen R, Jou J. Global Diffusion and Adoption of Technologies for Knowledge and Information Sharing. 2013. chapter 3:53
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  3. Jones R, Boulos MNK, Maramba I, Skirton H, Freeman J. Virtual Social Networks. 2009. Chapter 4:52
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