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Published on 05.10.17 in Vol 19, No 10 (2017): October

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Works citing "Comparison of Health Information Technology Use Between American Adults With and Without Chronic Health Conditions: Findings From The National Health Interview Survey 2012"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.6989):

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  1. Magsamen-Conrad K, Wang F, Tetteh D, Lee Y. Using Technology Adoption Theory and a Lifespan Approach to Develop a Theoretical Framework for eHealth Literacy: Extending UTAUT. Health Communication 2019;:1
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  3. Gordon NP, Crouch E. Digital Information Technology Use and Patient Preferences for Internet-Based Health Education Modalities: Cross-Sectional Survey Study of Middle-Aged and Older Adults With Chronic Health Conditions. JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e12243
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  4. Stephens SE, Foley KL, Miller D, Bellinger CR. The Effects of Health Disparities on Perceptions About Lung Cancer Screening (LCS): Survey Results of a Patient Sample. Lung 2019;
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  5. Tarricone R, Cucciniello M, Armeni P, Petracca F, Desouza KC, Hall LK, Keefe D. Mobile Health Divide Between Clinicians and Patients in Cancer Care: Results From a Cross-Sectional International Survey. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(9):e13584
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  6. Jabaley CS, Groff RF, Barnes TJ, Caridi-Scheible ME, Blum JM, O’Reilly-Shah VN, Luo F. Sepsis information-seeking behaviors via Wikipedia between 2015 and 2018: A mixed methods retrospective observational study. PLOS ONE 2019;14(8):e0221596
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  7. Rew L, Saenz A, Walker LO. A systematic method for reviewing and analysing health information on consumer-oriented websites. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2018;74(9):2218
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  8. Kisekka V, Giboney JS. The Effectiveness of Health Care Information Technologies: Evaluation of Trust, Security Beliefs, and Privacy as Determinants of Health Care Outcomes. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(4):e107
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  9. Sandefer RH, Westra BL, Khairat SS, Pieczkiewicz DS, Speedie SM. Assessment of Personal Health Care Management and Chronic Disease Prevalence: Comparative Analysis of Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Health-Related Variables. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(10):e276
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  10. Raven MC, Kaplan LM, Rosenberg M, Tieu L, Guzman D, Kushel M. Mobile Phone, Computer, and Internet Use Among Older Homeless Adults: Results from the HOPE HOME Cohort Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(12):e10049
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  11. Asan O, Cooper II F, Nagavally S, Walker RJ, Williams JS, Ozieh MN, Egede LE. Preferences for Health Information Technologies Among US Adults: Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(10):e277
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  12. Dahlberg K, Jaensson M, Nilsson U, Eriksson M, Odencrants S. Holding It Together—Patients' Perspectives on Postoperative Recovery When Using an e-Assessed Follow-Up: Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(5):e10387
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