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Published on 15.02.18 in Vol 20, No 2 (2018): February

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Works citing "Implementation of Digital Awareness Strategies to Engage Patients and Providers in a Lung Cancer Screening Program: Retrospective Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.8932):

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  1. Slanetz PJ, Patel AK, Tigges S, Daye D, Borondy Kitts A, Deitte LA. To Tweet or Not to Tweet—Social Media in Radiological Practice. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2019;16(2):233
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  2. Flores EJ, Park ER, Irwin KE. Improving Lung Cancer Screening Access for Individuals With Serious Mental Illness. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2019;16(4):596
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  3. D’Anna G, Pyatigorskaya N, Appelman A, Van Goethem J, Smits M. Exploring new landmarks: analysis of Twitter usage during the 41st ESNR Annual Meeting. Neuroradiology 2019;61(5):621
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  4. Wang GX, Baggett TP, Pandharipande PV, Park ER, Percac-Lima S, Shepard JO, Fintelmann FJ, Flores EJ. Barriers to Lung Cancer Screening Engagement from the Patient and Provider Perspective. Radiology 2019;290(2):278
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  5. Kohli MD, Daye D, Towbin AJ, Kotsenas AL, Heilbrun ME. Social Media Tools for Department and Practice Communication and Branding in the Digital Age. RadioGraphics 2018;38(6):1773
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  6. Murphy AL, Peltekian S, Gardner DM. Website Analytics of a Google Ads Campaign for a Men’s Mental Health Website: Comparative Analysis. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e12428
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