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Published on 20.09.17 in Vol 3, No 3 (2017): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "Twitter and Public Health (Part 1): How Individual Public Health Professionals Use Twitter for Professional Development"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.6795):

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  1. Park HW, Park S, Chong M. Conversations and Medical News Frames on Twitter: Infodemiological Study on COVID-19 in South Korea. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(5):e18897
  2. Bruguera C, Guitert M, Romeu T. Social media and professional development: a systematic review. Research in Learning Technology 2019;27
  3. Ziedonis D, Ahn MS. Professional Development for Clinical Faculty in Academia. Psychiatric Clinics of North America 2019;42(3):389
  4. Cainzos-Achirica M, Bilal U, Al Rifai M, McEvoy JW, Blumenthal RS, Kapoor K, Martinez-Sanchez JM, Comin-Colet J, Pladevall-Vila M, Blaha MJ. Communication issues in nutritional observational research. Preventive Medicine 2018;115:76
  5. Lewis JD, Fane KE, Ingraham AM, Khan A, Mills AM, Pitt SC, Ramo D, Wu RI, Pollart SM. Expanding Opportunities for Professional Development: Utilization of Twitter by Early Career Women in Academic Medicine and Science. JMIR Medical Education 2018;4(2):e11140
  6. Hazzam J, Lahrech A. Health Care Professionals’ Social Media Behavior and the Underlying Factors of Social Media Adoption and Use: Quantitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(11):e12035
  7. Hart M, Stetten N, Islam S, Pizarro K. Twitter and Public Health (Part 2): Qualitative Analysis of How Individual Health Professionals Outside Organizations Use Microblogging to Promote and Disseminate Health-Related Information. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(4):e54