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Published on 02.06.17 in Vol 3, No 2 (2017): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Recruiting Young Gay and Bisexual Men for a Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Intervention Through Social Media: The Effects of Advertisement Content"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.7545):

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  1. Ortiz RR, Smith A, Coyne-Beasley T. A systematic literature review to examine the potential for social media to impact HPV vaccine uptake and awareness, knowledge, and attitudes about HPV and HPV vaccination. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2019;:1
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  2. Wozney L, Turner K, Rose-Davis B, McGrath P. Facebook ads to the rescue? Recruiting a hard to reach population into an Internet-based behavioral health intervention trial. Internet Interventions 2019;:100246
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  3. Teoh D, Shaikh R, Schnaith A, Lou E, McRee A, Nagler RH, Vogel RI. Evaluation of graphic messages to promote human papillomavirus vaccination among young adults: A statewide cross-sectional survey. Preventive Medicine Reports 2019;13:256
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  4. Fontenot HB, Rosenberger JG, McNair KT, Mayer KH, Zimet G. Perspectives and preferences for a mobile health tool designed to facilitate HPV vaccination among young men who have sex with men. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2019;:1
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  5. Gilbert M, Salway T, Haag D, Kwag M, Edward J, Bondyra M, Cox J, Hart TA, Grace D, Grennan T, Ogilvie G, Shoveller J. Assessing the Impact of a Social Marketing Campaign on Program Outcomes for Users of an Internet-Based Testing Service for Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections: Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(1):e11291
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  6. Mohanty S, Leader AE, Gibeau E, Johnson C. Using Facebook to reach adolescents for human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination. Vaccine 2018;36(40):5955
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  7. Reiter PL, Katz ML, Bauermeister JA, Shoben AB, Paskett ED, McRee A. Increasing Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Among Young Gay and Bisexual Men: A Randomized Pilot Trial of the Outsmart HPV Intervention. LGBT Health 2018;5(5):325
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  8. McRee A, Shoben A, Bauermeister JA, Katz ML, Paskett ED, Reiter PL. Outsmart HPV: Acceptability and short-term effects of a web-based HPV vaccination intervention for young adult gay and bisexual men. Vaccine 2018;36(52):8158
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  9. Watson NL, Mull KE, Heffner JL, McClure JB, Bricker JB. Participant Recruitment and Retention in Remote eHealth Intervention Trials: Methods and Lessons Learned From a Large Randomized Controlled Trial of Two Web-Based Smoking Interventions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(8):e10351
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  10. Mejova Y, Weber I, Fernandez-Luque L. Online Health Monitoring using Facebook Advertisement Audience Estimates in the United States: Evaluation Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(1):e30
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  11. Das R, Machalek DA, Molesworth EG, Garland SM. Using Facebook to Recruit Young Australian Men Into a Cross-Sectional Human Papillomavirus Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(11):e389
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