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Published on 21.04.20 in Vol 6, No 2 (2020): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "The Role of YouTube and the Entertainment Industry in Saving Lives by Educating and Mobilizing the Public to Adopt Behaviors for Community Mitigation of COVID-19: Successive Sampling Design Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/19145):

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  1. Basch CH, Hillyer GC, Erwin ZM, Mohlman J, Cosgrove A, Quinones N. News coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic: Missed opportunities to promote health sustaining behaviors. Infection, Disease & Health 2020;25(3):205
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  2. Basch CH, Hillyer GC, Jaime C. COVID-19 on TikTok: harnessing an emerging social media platform to convey important public health messages. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 2020;0
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  3. Puri N, Coomes EA, Haghbayan H, Gunaratne K. Social media and vaccine hesitancy: new updates for the era of COVID-19 and globalized infectious diseases. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2020;:1
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  4. Basch CH, Hillyer GC, Zagnit EA, Basch CE. YouTube coverage of COVID-19 vaccine development: implications for awareness and uptake. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2020;:1
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  5. Brown S, Rhee J, Guha A, Rao VU. Innovation in Precision Cardio-Oncology During the Coronavirus Pandemic and Into a Post-pandemic World. Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine 2020;7
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  6. Al-Rawi A, Shukla V. Bots as Active News Promoters: A Digital Analysis of COVID-19 Tweets. Information 2020;11(10):461
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