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JMIR Public Health and Surveillance

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Published on 23.03.17 in Vol 3, No 1 (2017): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Tweet for Behavior Change: Using Social Media for the Dissemination of Public Health Messages"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.6313):

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  1. Alcaraz Mateos E, Guerra Pastrián L, Pijuan Andújar L, López Solache L, Zucchiatti A, García Ángel R, Prieto Cuadra JD, Labiano Miravalles T, Carvalho R, Gardner JM, Terrádez C, de Álava E. La Anatomía Patológica en las redes sociales. Campaña de reclutamiento. Revista Española de Patología 2018;51(1):6
  2. Waring ME, Baker K, Peluso A, May CN, Pagoto SL. Content analysis of Twitter chatter about indoor tanning. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2018;
  3. Merolli M, Busuttil M, Wåhlin C, Green A. Global communication practices of physiotherapists on Twitter. European Journal of Physiotherapy 2018;:1
  4. Zucco R, Lavano F, Anfosso R, Bianco A, Pileggi C, Pavia M. Internet and social media use for antibiotic-related information seeking: Findings from a survey among adult population in Italy. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2018;111:131
  5. Uter W, Fießler C, Gefeller O, Pfahlberg A. Kenntnisse und Wissensquellen zu Hautkrebs-Risikofaktoren bei Eltern von 3‑ bis 6‑jährigen Kindern. Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 2017;60(8):856
  6. Sarker A, Chandrashekar P, Magge A, Cai H, Klein A, Gonzalez G. Discovering Cohorts of Pregnant Women From Social Media for Safety Surveillance and Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(10):e361