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Published on 17.06.16 in Vol 5, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Quality of Web-based Information for the 10 Most Common Fractures"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.5767):

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  1. Poon J, Gjorgjievski M, Moga I, Ristevski B. Quality and Accuracy of Information Available on Websites for Distracted Driving: Qualitative Analysis. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2019;8(4):e16154
  2. Rothrock SG, Rothrock AN, Swetland SB, Pagane M, Isaak SA, Romney J, Chavez V, Chavez SH. Quality, Trustworthiness, Readability, and Accuracy of Medical Information Regarding Common Pediatric Emergency Medicine-Related Complaints on the Web. The Journal of Emergency Medicine 2019;57(4):469
  3. Claudio CH, Dizon ZB, October TW. Evaluating Palliative Care Resources Available to the Public Using the Internet and Social Media. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine® 2018;35(9):1174
  4. Kher A, Johnson S, Griffith R. Readability Assessment of Online Patient Education Material on Congestive Heart Failure. Advances in Preventive Medicine 2017;2017:1