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Published on 10.09.15 in Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Virtual Patients in a Behavioral Medicine Massive Open Online Course (MOOC): A Case-Based Analysis of Technical Capacity and User Navigation Pathways"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mededu.4394):

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  1. Carneiro APL, Souza-Formigoni MLO. Country-wide distance training for delivery of screening and brief intervention for problematic substance use: A pilot evaluation of participant experiences and patient outcomes. Substance Abuse 2018;39(1):102
  2. Nowakowski P, Bubak M, Bartyński T, Gubała T, Harężlak D, Kasztelnik M, Malawski M, Meizner J. Cloud computing infrastructure for the VPH community. Journal of Computational Science 2018;24:169
  3. Berman AH, Biguet G, Stathakarou N, Westin-Hägglöf B, Jeding K, McGrath C, Zary N, Kononowicz AA. Virtual Patients in a Behavioral Medicine Massive Open Online Course (MOOC): A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Participants’ Perceptions. Academic Psychiatry 2017;41(5):631
  4. Hege I, Kononowicz AA, Tolks D, Edelbring S, Kuehlmeyer K. A qualitative analysis of virtual patient descriptions in healthcare education based on a systematic literature review. BMC Medical Education 2016;16(1)
  5. Nicklen P, Keating JL, Maloney S. Student Response to Remote-Online Case-Based Learning: A Qualitative Study. JMIR Medical Education 2016;2(1):e3
  6. Robinson R. Delivering a medical school elective with massive open online course (MOOC) technology. PeerJ 2016;4:e2343