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

Multiple Information Sources and Consequences of Conflicting Information About Medicine Use During Pregnancy: A Multinational Internet-Based Survey

Multiple Information Sources and Consequences of Conflicting Information About Medicine Use During Pregnancy: A Multinational Internet-Based Survey

Multiple Information Sources and Consequences of Conflicting Information About Medicine Use During Pregnancy: A Multinational Internet-Based Survey

Journals

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  19. Chung K, Cho H, Kim Y, Jhung K, Koo H, Park J. Medical Help-Seeking Strategies for Perinatal Women With Obstetric and Mental Health Problems and Changes in Medical Decision Making Based on Online Health Information: Path Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(3):e14095 View
  20. Nörby U, Källén K, Shemeikka T, Korkmaz S, Winbladh B. Pregnant women's view on the Swedish internet resource Drugs and Birth Defectsintended for health care professionals. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica 2015;94(9):960 View
  21. Forbes L, Baarda J, Mayan M, Bell R. Qualitative Assessment of Key Messages about Nutrition and Weight Gain in Pregnancy in Printed Educational Materials in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 2017;78(4):182 View
  22. Daukšienė J, Jonaitienė L, Kizevičienė E. FARMACIJOS SPECIALISTŲ KONSULTACIJŲ TURINYS IŠDUODANT RECEPTINIUS VAISTUS: SKIRTUMAI TARP LYČIŲ IR AMŽIAUS GRUPIŲ. Visuomenės sveikata 2019;28(6):51 View
  23. Rezaallah B, Lewis D, Pierce C, Zeilhofer H, Berg B. Social Media Surveillance of Multiple Sclerosis Medications Used During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: Content Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e13003 View
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