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Published on 21.01.15 in Vol 4, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Content and Quality of Information Websites About Congenital Heart Defects Following a Prenatal Diagnosis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.3819):

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  1. Bellander T, Karlsson A, Schouten B. Patient participation and learning in medical consultations about congenital heart defects. PLOS ONE 2019;14(7):e0220136
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  4. Azer SA, Alghofaili MM, Alsultan RM, Alrumaih NS. Accuracy and Readability of Websites on Kidney and Bladder Cancers. Journal of Cancer Education 2018;33(4):926
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  6. García García M, Carrillo-Durán MV, Tato Jimenez JL. Online corporate communications: website usability and content. Journal of Communication Management 2017;21(2):140
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  7. Carlsson T, Axelsson O. Patient Information Websites About Medically Induced Second-Trimester Abortions: A Descriptive Study of Quality, Suitability, and Issues. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(1):e8
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  8. Carlsson T, Melander Marttala U, Wadensten B, Bergman G, Axelsson O, Mattsson E. Quality of Patient Information Websites About Congenital Heart Defects: Mixed-Methods Study of Perspectives Among Individuals With Experience of a Prenatal Diagnosis. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2017;6(2):e15
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  9. Carlsson T, Bergman G, Wadensten B, Mattsson E. Experiences of informational needs and received information following a prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart defect. Prenatal Diagnosis 2016;36(6):515
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  10. Deutsch MB. Evaluation of Patient-Oriented, Internet-Based Information on Gender-Affirming Hormone Treatments. LGBT Health 2016;3(3):200
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  11. Nama N, Menon K, Iliriani K, Pojsupap S, Sampson M, O’Hearn K, Zhou L, McIntyre L, Fergusson D, McNally JD. A systematic review of pediatric clinical trials of high dose vitamin D. PeerJ 2016;4:e1701
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  12. Farrant K, Heazell AE. Online information for women and their families regarding reduced fetal movements is of variable quality, readability and accountability. Midwifery 2016;34:72
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  13. Carlsson T, Marttala UM, Wadensten B, Bergman G, Mattsson E. Involvement of persons with lived experience of a prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart defect: an explorative study to gain insights into perspectives on future research. Research Involvement and Engagement 2016;2(1)
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  14. Lawson McLean AC, Lawson McLean A, Kalff R, Walter J. Google Search Queries About Neurosurgical Topics: Are They a Suitable Guide for Neurosurgeons?. World Neurosurgery 2016;90:179
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  15. Bratt E, Järvholm S, Ekman-Joelsson B, Mattson L, Mellander M. Parent’s experiences of counselling and their need for support following a prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart disease - a qualitative study in a Swedish context. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2015;15(1)
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