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Published on 22.06.15 in Vol 4, No 2 (2015): April-June

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Works citing "Are Parents Getting it Right? A Survey of Parents’ Internet Use for Children’s Health Care Information"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.3790):

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  1. Peterlein C, Bosch M, Timmesfeld N, Fuchs-Winkelmann S. Parental internet search in the field of pediatric orthopedics. European Journal of Pediatrics 2019;178(6):929
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  2. Aston J, Wilson KA, Terry DRP. The treatment-related experiences of parents, children and young people with regular prescribed medication. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy 2019;41(1):113
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  3. Pham T, Kuznetsova A, Gim H, Cordrey K, Milanaik R. The Internet’s Effect on Parental Trust in Pediatrician Diagnosis of Autism and Likelihood of Seeking a Second Opinion. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 2019;49(10):4355
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  4. Worthy J, Godfrey V, Tily S, Daly-Lesch A, Salmerón C. Simple Answers and Quick Fixes: Dyslexia and the Brain on the Internet. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice 2019;:238133691987026
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  5. Ruble KJ, Paré-Blagoev EJ, Cooper SL, Jacobson LA. Assessment of Online Resources for Returning to School During and After Treatment of Childhood Cancer. Journal of Cancer Education 2019;
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  6. Jordan A, Chambers C. Meeting the needs of families: facilitating access to credible healthcare information. Evidence Based Nursing 2017;20(1):2
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  7. Wozney L, Chorney J, Huguet A, Song JS, Boss EF, Hong P. Online Tonsillectomy Resources: Are Parents Getting Consistent and Readable Recommendations?. Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery 2017;156(5):844
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  8. Orr T, Campbell-Yeo M, Benoit B, Hewitt B, Stinson J, McGrath P. Smartphone and Internet Preferences of Parents. Advances in Neonatal Care 2017;17(2):131
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  9. Alsem M, Ausems F, Verhoef M, Jongmans M, Meily-Visser J, Ketelaar M. Information seeking by parents of children with physical disabilities: An exploratory qualitative study. Research in Developmental Disabilities 2017;60:125
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  10. Bozzola E, Bozzola M, Villani A. Varicella Complications in Unvaccinated Children and Delay in Hospital Admission. The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 2016;35(10):1163
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  11. Sebelefsky C, Voitl J, Karner D, Klein F, Voitl P, Böck A. Internet use of parents before attending a general pediatric outpatient clinic: does it change their information level and assessment of acute diseases?. BMC Pediatrics 2016;16(1)
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  12. Hartmann N, Neininger MP, Bernhard MK, Syrbe S, Nickel P, Merkenschlager A, Kiess W, Bertsche T, Bertsche A. Use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) by parents in their children and adolescents with epilepsy – Prevelance, predictors and parents' assessment. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 2016;20(1):11
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