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Published on 07.04.17 in Vol 19, No 4 (2017): April

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Works citing "Understanding Health Care Social Media Use From Different Stakeholder Perspectives: A Content Analysis of an Online Health Community"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.7087):

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  1. Bloom R, Beck S, Chou W, Reblin M, Ellington L. In Their Own Words: Experiences of Caregivers of Adults With Cancer as Expressed on Social Media. Oncology Nursing Forum 2019;46(5):617
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  4. Litchman ML, Walker HR, Ng AH, Wawrzynski SE, Oser SM, Greenwood DA, Gee PM, Lackey M, Oser TK. State of the Science: A Scoping Review and Gap Analysis of Diabetes Online Communities. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2019;13(3):466
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  5. Lu X, Zhang R. Impact of Physician-Patient Communication in Online Health Communities on Patient Compliance: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e12891
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  7. Williams DL, Nolan TS, Chiu Y, Ricks L, Camata SG, Craft B, Meneses K. A Partnership in Health-Related Social Media for Young Breast Cancer Survivors. Health Promotion Practice 2018;:152483991879762
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  8. Cho H, Silver N, Na K, Adams D, Luong KT, Song C. Visual Cancer Communication on Social Media: An Examination of Content and Effects of #Melanomasucks. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(9):e10501
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  9. Dumas A, Lapointe A, Desroches S. Users, Uses, and Effects of Social Media in Dietetic Practice: Scoping Review of the Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(2):e55
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  10. Li J, Liu M, Li X, Liu X, Liu J. Developing Embedded Taxonomy and Mining Patients’ Interests From Web-Based Physician Reviews: Mixed-Methods Approach. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(8):e254
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  11. Enyinda CI, Ogbuehi AO, Mbah CH. Building pharmaceutical relationship marketing and social media impact. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing 2018;12(2):198
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  12. Bian J, Zhao Y, Salloum RG, Guo Y, Wang M, Prosperi M, Zhang H, Du X, Ramirez-Diaz LJ, He Z, Sun Y. Using Social Media Data to Understand the Impact of Promotional Information on Laypeople’s Discussions: A Case Study of Lynch Syndrome. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(12):e414
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  13. Lucero RJ, Frimpong JA, Fehlberg EA, Bjarnadottir RI, Weaver MT, Cook C, Modave F, Rathore MH, Morano JP, Ibanez G, Cook RL. The Relationship Between Individual Characteristics and Interest in Using a Mobile Phone App for HIV Self-Management: Observational Cohort Study of People Living With HIV. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(7):e100
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