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Published on 21.11.13 in Vol 2, No 2 (2013): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Effectiveness of YouTube as a Source of Medical Information on Heart Transplantation"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.2669):

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  1. Fortuna G, Schiavo JH, Aria M, Mignogna MD, Klasser GD. The usefulness of YouTube™ videos as a source of information on burning mouth syndrome. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation 2019;
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  2. Ortiz-Martínez Y, Aristizábal-Agudelo A, Arroyo-Nisperuza Y, Niño-Mendoza J, Sotomayor-Hernández A, Moreno-Uparela S, Mendoza-Borja K. Evaluation of educational content of YouTube videos focused on hand hygiene: the need for professional communication. Journal of Hospital Infection 2019;
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  3. Bert F, Gualano MR, Scozzari G, Alesina M, Amoroso A, Siliquini R. YouTube®: An ally or an enemy in the promotion of living donor kidney transplantation?. Health Informatics Journal 2018;24(1):103
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  4. Azer SA, Bokhari RA, AlSaleh GS, Alabdulaaly MM, Ateeq KI, Guerrero APS, Azer S. Experience of parents of children with autism on YouTube: are there educationally useful videos?. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2018;43(3):219
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  5. Kwok TM, Singla AA, Phang K, Lau AY. YouTube as a source of patient information for varicose vein treatment options. Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders 2017;5(2):238
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  6. Widmer RJ, Arce MK, Aase LA, Timimi FK. Social Media Platforms and Heart Failure. Journal of Cardiac Failure 2017;23(11):809
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  7. Lockwood MB, Dunn-Lopez K, Burke L, Becker YT, Saunders M. Frequency of In-Home Internet Use Among Prekidney and Postkidney Transplant Patients—Facilitators and Barriers to Use and Trends Over Time. Transplantation Direct 2017;3(11):e216
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  8. Paul J, Boraas CM, Duvet M, Chang JC. YouTube and the single-rod contraceptive implant: a content analysis. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care 2017;43(3):195
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  9. Kim R, Park H, Kim H, Kim A, Jang M, Jeon B. Dry facts are not always inviting: a content analysis of Korean videos regarding Parkinson’s disease on YouTube. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 2017;46:167
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  10. López-Jornet P, Pons-Fuster E, Ruiz-Roca JA. YOUTUBE videos on oral care of the organ or hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients. Supportive Care in Cancer 2017;25(4):1097
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  11. Knight K, van Leeuwen DM, Roland D, Moll HA, Oostenbrink R. YouTube: are parent-uploaded videos of their unwell children a useful source of medical information for other parents?. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2017;102(10):910
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  12. Bacon R, Williams LT, Grealish L, Jamieson M. Competency-Based Assessment for Clinical Supervisors: Design-Based Research on a Web-Delivered Program. JMIR Research Protocols 2015;4(1):e26
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  13. Probst K, Böhm K, Borgmann H, Beyer B. YouTube & Co. Der Urologe 2014;53(6):888
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  14. Kumar N, Pandey A, Venkatraman A, Garg N. Are video sharing Web sites a useful source of information on hypertension?. Journal of the American Society of Hypertension 2014;8(7):481
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  15. Muncy JA, Iyer R, Eastman JK. Medical advertising on demand: A content analysis of YouTube direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertisements. Journal of Medical Marketing: Device, Diagnostic and Pharmaceutical Marketing 2014;14(2-3):145
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