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Published on 05.03.15 in Vol 17, No 3 (2015): March

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Works citing "Blogging as a Viable Research Methodology for Young People With Arthritis: A Qualitative Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3608):

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  1. MacLaren J, Georgiadou L, Bradford J, Taylor L. Discombobulations and Transitions: Using Blogs to Make Meaning of and From Within Liminal Experiences. Qualitative Inquiry 2017;23(10):808
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  2. McDonagh JE, Shaw KL, Prescott J, Smith FJ, Roberts R, Gray NJ. “Sometimes I feel like a pharmacist”: identity and medication use among adolescents with juvenile arthritis. Pediatric Rheumatology 2016;14(1)
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  3. Abdoli S, Jones DH, Vora A, Stuckey H. Improving Diabetes Care: Should We Reconceptualize Diabetes Burnout?. The Diabetes Educator 2019;45(2):214
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  4. Prescott J, Hanley T, Ujhelyi K. Peer Communication in Online Mental Health Forums for Young People: Directional and Nondirectional Support. JMIR Mental Health 2017;4(3):e29
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  5. Salvador PTCDO, Alves KYA, Rodrigues CCFM, Oliveira LVE. Online data collection strategies used in qualitative research of the health field: a scoping review. Revista Gaúcha de Enfermagem 2020;41
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  6. Thomas CM, Allison R, Latour JM. Using blogs to explore the lived-experience of life after stroke: “A journey of discovery I never wanted to take”. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2018;74(3):579
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  7. Owen JE, Curran M, Bantum EO, Hanneman R. Characterizing Social Networks and Communication Channels in a Web-Based Peer Support Intervention. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2016;19(6):388
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  8. Gray NJ, Shaw KL, Smith FJ, Burton J, Prescott J, Roberts R, Terry D, McDonagh JE. The Role of Pharmacists in Caring for Young People With Chronic Illness. Journal of Adolescent Health 2017;60(2):219
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