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Published on 12.09.16 in Vol 2, No 2 (2016): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Use of Social Media for Professional Development by Health Care Professionals: A Cross-Sectional Web-Based Survey"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mededu.6232):

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  1. Liu Y, Ren W, Qiu Y, Ren J. The Beliefs and Usage of Social Media Among General Practitioner Trainers from Eleven Provinces of China: A Cross-Sectional Survey. Telemedicine and e-Health 2019;25(1):11
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  4. Hirakawa Y, Uemura MY, Chiang C, Aoyama A. Popular social media as a tool for enhancing community-based end-of-life care education for healthcare professionals: a formative study. Educational Gerontology 2018;44(4):211
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  5. Marin-Gomez FX, Garcia Cuyas F, Reig-Bolano R, Mendioroz J, Roura-Poch P, Pico-Nicolau M, Vidal-Alaball J. Social Networking App Use Among Primary Health Care Professionals: Web-Based Cross-Sectional Survey. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(12):e11147
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  6. Shafer S, Johnson MB, Thomas RB, Johnson PT, Fishman EK. Instagram as a Vehicle for Education. Academic Radiology 2018;25(6):819
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  7. 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
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  8. Manciuc C, Levandowski BA, Muir E, Radulescu A, Barbosu M, Dye TD. Access to digital and social media among Romanian HIV/AIDS clinical providers. Global Health Action 2018;11(1):1513445
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