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Published on 22.12.15 in Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Direct-to-Patient Research: Piloting a New Approach to Understanding Drug Safety During Pregnancy"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.4939):

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  1. Lupattelli A, Spigset O, Nordeng H. Learning the effects of psychotropic drugs during pregnancy using real-world safety data: a paradigm shift toward modern pharmacovigilance. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy 2018;
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  4. Yates LM, Thomas SH. Prescribing medicines in pregnancy. Medicine 2016;44(7):438
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  5. Dreyer NA, Rodriguez AM. The fast route to evidence development for value in healthcare. Current Medical Research and Opinion 2016;32(10):1697
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  6. Richardson JL, Stephens S, Thomas SHL, Jamry-Dziurla A, de Jong-van den Berg L, Zetstra - van der Woude P, Laursen M, Hliva V, Mt-Isa S, Bourke A, Dreyer NA, Blackburn SC. An International Study of the Ability and Cost-Effectiveness of Advertising Methods to Facilitate Study Participant Self-Enrolment Into a Pilot Pharmacovigilance Study During Early Pregnancy. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(1):e13
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