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Published on 11.08.16 in Vol 18, No 8 (2016): August

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Works citing "Mechanisms of Communicating Health Information Through Facebook: Implications for Consumer Health Information Technology Design"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5949):

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  1. Hung L, Lyons JG, Wu C. Health information technology use among older adults in the United States, 2009–2018. Current Medical Research and Opinion 2020;36(5):789
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  3. Lewis JA, Gee PM, Ho CL, Miller LMS. Understanding Why Older Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Join Diabetes Online Communities: Semantic Network Analyses. JMIR Aging 2018;1(1):e10649
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  4. Benajiba N, Mahrous L, Janah K, Alqabbani SF, Chavarria EA, Aboul‐Enein BH. Physical activity interventions promoted in the Arabic‐speaking region: A review of the current literature. Obesity Reviews 2020;21(8)
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  7. Sturiale A, Pata F, De Simone V, Pellino G, Campennì P, Moggia E, Manigrasso M, Milone M, Rizzo G, Morganti R, Martellucci J, Gallo G. Internet and social media use among patients with colorectal diseases (ISMAEL): a nationwide survey. Colorectal Disease 2020;
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  9. Valdez RS, Guterbock TM, Fitzgibbon K, Williams IC, Wellbeloved-Stone CA, Bears JE, Menefee HK. From loquacious to reticent: understanding patient health information communication to guide consumer health IT design. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2017;:ocw155
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  10. Partridge SR, Grunseit AC, Gallagher P, Freeman B, O'Hara BJ, Neubeck L, Due S, Paull G, Ding D, Bauman A, Phongsavan P, Roach K, Sadler L, Glinatsis H, Gallagher R. Cardiac Patients’ Experiences and Perceptions of Social Media: Mixed-Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(9):e323
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  11. Partridge SR, Gallagher P, Freeman B, Gallagher R. Facebook Groups for the Management of Chronic Diseases. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(1):e21
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  12. Zhang Y, Cao B, Wang Y, Peng T, Wang X. When Public Health Research Meets Social Media: Knowledge Mapping From 2000 to 2018. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e17582
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5949):

  1. Lazar J, Feng JH, Hochheiser H. Research Methods in Human Computer Interaction. 2017. :411
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  2. Valdez R, Keim-Malpass J. Social Web and Health Research. 2019. Chapter 13:259
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