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Published on 22.12.16 in Vol 18, No 12 (2016): December

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Works citing "Reimagining Human Research Protections for 21st Century Science"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.6634):

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  1. Hekler E, Tiro JA, Hunter CM, Nebeker C. Precision Health: The Role of the Social and Behavioral Sciences in Advancing the Vision. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2020;
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  2. Nebeker C, Dunseath SE, Linares-Orozco R. A retrospective analysis of NIH-funded digital health research using social media platforms. DIGITAL HEALTH 2020;6:205520761990108
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  3. Harlow J, Weibel N, Al Kotob R, Chan V, Bloss C, Linares-Orozco R, Takemoto M, Nebeker C. Using Participatory Design to Inform the Connected and Open Research Ethics (CORE) Commons. Science and Engineering Ethics 2020;26(1):183
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  4. Jones M, Johnson M, Shervey M, Dudley JT, Zimmerman N. Privacy-Preserving Methods for Feature Engineering Using Blockchain: Review, Evaluation, and Proof of Concept. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e13600
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  5. Nebeker C, Bartlett Ellis RJ, Torous J. Development of a decision-making checklist tool to support technology selection in digital health research. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2019;
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  6. Nebeker C, Torous J, Bartlett Ellis RJ. Building the case for actionable ethics in digital health research supported by artificial intelligence. BMC Medicine 2019;17(1)
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  7. Lee J, Hamideh D, Nebeker C. Qualifying and quantifying the precision medicine rhetoric. BMC Genomics 2019;20(1)
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  8. Nelson BW, Allen NB. Extending the Passive-Sensing Toolbox: Using Smart-Home Technology in Psychological Science. Perspectives on Psychological Science 2018;13(6):718
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  9. Dunseath S, Weibel N, Bloss CS, Nebeker C. NIH support of mobile, imaging, pervasive sensing, social media and location tracking (MISST) research: laying the foundation to examine research ethics in the digital age. npj Digital Medicine 2018;1(1)
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  10. Torous J, Nebeker C. Navigating Ethics in the Digital Age: Introducing Connected and Open Research Ethics (CORE), a Tool for Researchers and Institutional Review Boards. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(2):e38
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  11. Nebeker C, Harlow J, Espinoza Giacinto R, Orozco-Linares R, Bloss CS, Weibel N. Ethical and regulatory challenges of research using pervasive sensing and other emerging technologies: IRB perspectives. AJOB Empirical Bioethics 2017;8(4):266
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  12. Bhavnani SP, Parakh K, Atreja A, Druz R, Graham GN, Hayek SS, Krumholz HM, Maddox TM, Majmudar MD, Rumsfeld JS, Shah BR. 2017 Roadmap for Innovation—ACC Health Policy Statement on Healthcare Transformation in the Era of Digital Health, Big Data, and Precision Health. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2017;70(21):2696
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.6634)

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  1. Martinez-Martin N. Ethical Dimensions of Commercial and DIY Neurotechnologies. 2020. :63
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