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Works citing "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"
Jonathan Luke Richardson, Sally Stephens, Simon Hugh Lynton Thomas, Anna Jamry-Dziurla, Lolkje de Jong-van den Berg, Priscilla Zetstra - van der Woude, Maja Laursen, Valerie Hliva, Shahrul Mt-Isa, Alison Bourke, Nancy A Dreyer, Stella CF Blackburn
JMIR Public Health Surveill 2016 (Mar 18); 2(1):e13
(note that this is only a small subset of citations)
Herbell K. Using Facebook To Recruit Pregnant Women for Research. Nursing Research 2019;68(3):242CrossRef
Adam LM, Manca DP, Bell RC. Can Facebook Be Used for Research? Experiences Using Facebook to Recruit Pregnant Women for a Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(9):e250CrossRef