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Published on 20.03.17 in Vol 19, No 3 (2017): March

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Works citing "Use of GetCheckedOnline, a Comprehensive Web-based Testing Service for Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.7097):

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  1. de Wilt T, Versluis A, Goedhart A, Talboom-Kamp E, van Delft S. General practitioners attitude towards the use of eHealth and online testing in primary care. Clinical eHealth 2020;3:16
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  2. Knight RE, Chabot C, Carson A, Thomson K, Haag D, Gilbert M, Shoveller J. Qualitative analysis of the experiences of gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men who use GetCheckedOnline.com: a comprehensive internet-based diagnostic service for HIV and other STIs. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2019;95(2):145
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  3. Gill RK, Ogilvie G, Norman WV, Fitzsimmons B, Maher C, Renner R. Feasibility and Acceptability of a Mobile Technology Intervention to Support Postabortion Care (The FACTS Study Phase II) After Surgical Abortion: User-Centered Design. JMIR Human Factors 2019;6(4):e14558
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  4. Gill R, Ogilvie G, Norman WV, Fitzsimmons B, Maher C, Renner R. Feasibility and Acceptability of a Mobile Technology Intervention to Support Postabortion Care in British Columbia: Phase I. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e13387
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  5. Gilbert M, Salway T, Haag D, Kwag M, Edward J, Bondyra M, Cox J, Hart TA, Grace D, Grennan T, Ogilvie G, Shoveller J. Assessing the Impact of a Social Marketing Campaign on Program Outcomes for Users of an Internet-Based Testing Service for Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections: Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(1):e11291
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  6. Burchell AN, Lisk R, Yeung A, Rana J, Bacon J, Brunetta J, Gilbert M, Gesink D, Grewal R, Guiang CB, Kwag M, Logie CH, Mitterni L, Shahin R, Tan DH. Community-Directed Bacterial Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing Interventions Among Men Who Have Sex With Men: Protocol for an E-Delphi Study in Toronto, Canada. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(7):e13801
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  7. Card KG, Gibbs J, Lachowsky NJ, Hawkins BW, Compton M, Edward J, Salway T, Gislason MK, Hogg RS. Using Geosocial Networking Apps to Understand the Spatial Distribution of Gay and Bisexual Men: Pilot Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(3):e61
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  8. Anand T, Nitpolprasert C, Phanuphak N. Online-to-offline models in HIV service delivery. Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS 2017;12(5):447
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