Maintenance Notice

Due to necessary scheduled maintenance, the JMIR Publications website will be unavailable from Wednesday, July 01, 2020 at 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM EST. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause you.

Who will be affected?

Citing this Article

Right click to copy or hit: ctrl+c (cmd+c on mac)

Published on 11.12.14 in Vol 16, No 12 (2014): December

This paper is in the following e-collection/theme issue:

Works citing "Analysis of a Parent-Initiated Social Media Campaign for Hirschsprung’s Disease"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3200):

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

  1. De Castro M, Turner C, Kirmse B, Ferreira C. Practical recommendations for the transition to adulthood for the adolescent with a genetic diagnosis. Special emphasis on inborn errors of metabolism. Translational Science of Rare Diseases 2020;4(3-4):159
    CrossRef
  2. Elliott SA, Dyson MP, Wilkes GV, Zimmerman GL, Chambers CT, Wittmeier KD, Russell DJ, Scott SD, Thomson D, Hartling L. Engagement, dissemination and dialogue: considerations for health researchers using social media for knowledge translation (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;
    CrossRef
  3. Carter B, Bray L, Keating P, Wilkinson C. Parent-Driven Campaign Videos: An Analysis of the Motivation and Affect of Videos Created by Parents of Children With Complex Healthcare Needs. Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing 2018;41(4):276
    CrossRef
  4. Wittmeier KD, Hobbs-Murison K, Holland C, Crawford E, Loewen H, Morris M, Lum Min S, Abou-Setta A, Keijzer R. Identifying Information Needs for Hirschsprung Disease Through Caregiver Involvement via Social Media: A Prioritization Study and Literature Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(12):e297
    CrossRef
  5. Bright KS, Ginn C, Keys EM, Brockway ML, Tomfohr-Madsen L, Doane S, Benzies K. Study Protocol: Determining Research Priorities of Young Albertan Families (The Family Research Agenda Initiative Setting Project—FRAISE)—Participatory Action Research. Frontiers in Public Health 2018;6
    CrossRef
  6. Fry JT, Frader JE. “We want to do everything”: how parents represent their experiences with maternal–fetal surgery online. Journal of Perinatology 2018;38(3):226
    CrossRef
  7. Wolf JM. The Multipurpose Tool of Social Media: Applications for Scientists, Science Communicators, and Educators. Clinical Microbiology Newsletter 2017;39(10):75
    CrossRef
  8. Meng Y, Elkaim L, Wang J, Liu J, Alotaibi NM, Ibrahim GM, Fallah A, Weil AG, Valiante TA, Lozano AM, Rutka JT. Social media in epilepsy: A quantitative and qualitative analysis. Epilepsy & Behavior 2017;71:79
    CrossRef
  9. Russell DJ, Sprung J, McCauley D, Kraus de Camargo O, Buchanan F, Gulko R, Martens R, Gorter JW. Knowledge Exchange and Discovery in the Age of Social Media: The Journey From Inception to Establishment of a Parent-Led Web-Based Research Advisory Community for Childhood Disability. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(11):e293
    CrossRef
  10. Gordon S. Prospects for case-based research on social media. Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research 2016;18(4):193
    CrossRef
  11. Jacobs R, Boyd L, Brennan K, Sinha C, Giuliani S. The importance of social media for patients and families affected by congenital anomalies: A Facebook cross-sectional analysis and user survey. Journal of Pediatric Surgery 2016;51(11):1766
    CrossRef
  12. DeHoff BA, Staten LK, Rodgers RC, Denne SC. The Role of Online Social Support in Supporting and Educating Parents of Young Children With Special Health Care Needs in the United States: A Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(12):e333
    CrossRef