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JMIR Public Health and Surveillance

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Published on 24.02.17 in Vol 3, No 1 (2017): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Analysis of Patient Narratives in Disease Blogs on the Internet: An Exploratory Study of Social Pharmacovigilance"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.6872):

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  1. Evans YN, Gridley SJ, Crouch J, Wang A, Moreno MA, Ahrens K, Breland DJ. Understanding Online Resource Use by Transgender Youth and Caregivers: A Qualitative Study. Transgender Health 2017;2(1):129
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  3. Taylor J, Pagliari C. Mining social media data: How are research sponsors and researchers addressing the ethical challenges?. Research Ethics 2017;:174701611773855
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  4. Bousquet C, Dahamna B, Guillemin-Lanne S, Darmoni SJ, Faviez C, Huot C, Katsahian S, Leroux V, Pereira S, Richard C, Schück S, Souvignet J, Lillo-Le Louët A, Texier N. The Adverse Drug Reactions from Patient Reports in Social Media Project: Five Major Challenges to Overcome to Operationalize Analysis and Efficiently Support Pharmacovigilance Process. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(9):e179
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