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Published on 21.02.14 in Vol 16, No 2 (2014): February

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Works citing "Growing a Professional Network to Over 3000 Members in Less Than 4 Years: Evaluation of InspireNet, British Columbia’s Virtual Nursing Health Services Research Network"

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  1. Brock TP, Assemi M, Corelli RL, El-Ibiary SY, Kavookjian J, Martin BA, Hudmon KS. A Nontraditional Faculty Development Initiative Using a Social Media Platform. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2014;78(5):105
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  4. Daneshvar H, Anderson S, Williams R, Mozaffar H. How Can Social Media Lead to Co-Production (Co-Delivery) of New Services for the Elderly Population? A Qualitative Study. JMIR Human Factors 2018;5(1):e5
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  5. Rolls K, Hansen M, Jackson D, Elliott D. Why We Belong - Exploring Membership of Healthcare Professionals in an Intensive Care Virtual Community Via Online Focus Groups: Rationale and Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(2):e99
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  6. McLoughlin C, Patel KD, O’Callaghan T, Reeves S. The use of virtual communities of practice to improve interprofessional collaboration and education: findings from an integrated review. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2018;32(2):136
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  7. Ibrahim H, Stadler DJ, Archuleta S, Anglade P, Cofrancesco J. Twelve tips for developing and running a successful women’s group in international academic medicine. Medical Teacher 2019;41(11):1239
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  8. Kratzke C. Smart Choices for Cancer Education Professional Development: Your Voice and Visibility for Leadership. Journal of Cancer Education 2018;33(5):1148
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