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Published on 30.01.12 in Vol 14, No 1 (2012): Jan-Feb

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Works citing "What Are Young Adults Saying About Mental Health? An Analysis of Internet Blogs"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1868):

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  1. McMullan E, Gupta A, Collins SC. Experiences of mental health nursing staff working with voice hearers in an acute setting: An interpretive phenomenological approach. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 2018;25(3):157
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  3. Sendler DJ, Lew-Starowicz M. Digital Ethnography of Zoophilia — A Multinational Mixed-Methods Study. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy 2018;:1
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  5. Matar JL, Maybery DJ, McLean LA, Reupert A. Web-Based Health Intervention for Young People Who Have a Parent with a Mental Illness: Delphi Study Among Potential Future Users. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(10):e10158
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  6. Wozney L, Newton AS, Gehring ND, Bennett K, Huguet A, Hartling L, Dyson MP, McGrath P. Implementation of eMental Health care: viewpoints from key informants from organizations and agencies with eHealth mandates. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2017;17(1)
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  7. Mandla A, Billings J, Moncrieff J. “Being Bipolar”: A Qualitative Analysis of the Experience of Bipolar Disorder as Described in Internet Blogs. Issues in Mental Health Nursing 2017;38(10):858
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  8. Poltawski L, Allison R, Briscoe S, Freeman J, Kilbride C, Neal D, Turton AJ, Dean S. Assessing the impact of upper limb disability following stroke: a qualitative enquiry using internet-based personal accounts of stroke survivors. Disability and Rehabilitation 2016;38(10):945
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  9. Barnack-Tavlaris JL, Serpico JR, Ahluwalia M, Ports KA. “I have human papillomavirus”: An analysis of illness narratives from the Experience Project. Applied Nursing Research 2016;30:137
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  10. Jung Y, Hur C, Jung D, Kim M. Identifying Key Hospital Service Quality Factors in Online Health Communities. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(4):e90
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  11. Miller EA, Pole A, Usidame B. Life and Death in the Mental-Health Blogosphere: An Analysis of Blog Content and Survival. World Medical & Health Policy 2015;7(1):59
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  12. Roberts LD. Ethical Issues in Conducting Qualitative Research in Online Communities. Qualitative Research in Psychology 2015;12(3):314
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  13. Wilson E, Kenny A, Dickson-Swift V. Using Blogs as a Qualitative Health Research Tool. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 2015;14(5):160940691561804
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  14. Yonker LM, Zan S, Scirica CV, Jethwani K, Kinane TB. “Friending” Teens: Systematic Review of Social Media in Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e4
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  15. Koh S, Gordon AS, Wienberg C, Sood SO, Morley S, Burke DM. Stroke Experiences in Weblogs: A Feasibility Study of Sex Differences. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(3):e84
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  16. Merolli M, Gray K, Martin-Sanchez F. Therapeutic Affordances of Social Media: Emergent Themes From a Global Online Survey of People With Chronic Pain. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(12):e284
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  17. Kim M, Jung Y, Jung D, Hur C. Investigating the Congruence of Crowdsourced Information With Official Government Data: The Case of Pediatric Clinics. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e29
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  18. Wetterlin FM, Mar MY, Neilson EK, Werker GR, Krausz M. eMental Health Experiences and Expectations: A Survey of Youths' Web-Based Resource Preferences in Canada. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(12):e293
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  19. Cunningham CE, Walker JR, Eastwood JD, Westra H, Rimas H, Chen Y, Marcus M, Swinson RP, Bracken K, The Mobilizing Minds Research Group . Modeling Mental Health Information Preferences During the Early Adult Years: A Discrete Choice Conjoint Experiment. Journal of Health Communication 2014;19(4):413
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  20. Ozan-Rafferty ME, Johnson JA, Shah GH, Kursun A. In the Words of the Medical Tourist: An Analysis of Internet Narratives by Health Travelers to Turkey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e43
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  21. Moorhead SA, Hazlett DE, Harrison L, Carroll JK, Irwin A, Hoving C. A New Dimension of Health Care: Systematic Review of the Uses, Benefits, and Limitations of Social Media for Health Communication. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(4):e85
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1868)

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  1. Wüthrich V, Sabatella F. Jugendliche im Übergang zwischen Schule und Beruf. 2018. Chapter 7:107
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  2. Seçkin G. Emotions, Technology, and Health. 2016. :41
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