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Published on 30.03.15 in Vol 4, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Medical Information on the Internet: A Tool for Measuring Consumer Perception of Quality Aspects"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.3144):

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  1. Paffenholz P, Salem J, Borgmann H, Nestler T, Pfister D, Ruf C, Tsaur I, Haferkamp A, Heidenreich A. Testicular Cancer on the Web—an Appropriate Source of Patient Information in Concordance with the European Association of Urology Guidelines?. Journal of Cancer Education 2018;33(6):1314
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  2. Theis-Mahon N, Hunt S, Forbes N. Online Health Information Use, Assessment, and Gaps Identified by Minnesotans. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2018;22(4):295
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  3. Schneider JA, Holland CP. eHealth Search Patterns: A Comparison of Private and Public Health Care Markets Using Online Panel Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(4):e117
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  4. Tao D, LeRouge C, Smith KJ, De Leo G. Defining Information Quality Into Health Websites: A Conceptual Framework of Health Website Information Quality for Educated Young Adults. JMIR Human Factors 2017;4(4):e25
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  5. Pauer F, Litzkendorf S, Göbel J, Storf H, Zeidler J, Graf von der Schulenburg J. Rare Diseases on the Internet: An Assessment of the Quality of Online Information. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(1):e23
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  6. Alvarado-Zeballos S, Nazario MA, Taype-Rondan . Características de las páginas web en español que brindan información sobre aborto. Revista de la Facultad de Medicina 2017;65(4):621
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  7. Marrapodi EJ. Use of Social Media for Consumer Health Outreach in a Solo Hospital Library. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2017;21(4):325
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  8. Slomian J, Bruyère O, Reginster J, Emonts P. The internet as a source of information used by women after childbirth to meet their need for information: A web-based survey. Midwifery 2017;48:46
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  9. Sbaffi L, Rowley J. Trust and Credibility in Web-Based Health Information: A Review and Agenda for Future Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(6):e218
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  10. Collins H, Calvo S, Greenberg K, Forman Neall L, Morrison S. Information Needs in the Precision Medicine Era: How Genetics Home Reference Can Help. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2016;5(2):e13
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  11. Barbara AM, Dobbins M, Haynes RB, Iorio A, Lavis JN, Raina P, Levinson AJ. The McMaster Optimal Aging Portal: Usability Evaluation of a Unique Evidence-Based Health Information Website. JMIR Human Factors 2016;3(1):e14
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  12. Pauer F, Göbel J, Storf H, Litzkendorf S, Babac A, Frank M, Lührs V, Schauer F, Schmidtke J, Biehl L, Wagner TO, Ückert F, Graf von der Schulenburg J, Hartz T. Adopting Quality Criteria for Websites Providing Medical Information About Rare Diseases. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2016;5(3):e24
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.3144)

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  1. Seçkin G, Hughes S, Hudson C, Laljer D, Yeatts D. eHealth: Current Evidence, Promises, Perils and Future Directions. 2018. :205
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