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Published on 04.08.17 in Vol 3, No 2 (2017): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Attitudes of Health Professional Educators Toward the Use of Social Media as a Teaching Tool: Global Cross-Sectional Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mededu.6429):

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  1. Douglass M, Moy B. Evaluation of the impact of a social media–focused intervention on reducing mental health stigma among pharmacy students. Mental Health Clinician 2019;9(3):110
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  2. Hartnup B, Dong L, Eisingerich AB. How an Environment of Stress and Social Risk Shapes Student Engagement With Social Media as Potential Digital Learning Platforms: Qualitative Study. JMIR Medical Education 2018;4(2):e10069
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  3. 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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  4. 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
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  5. . ESR paper on the proper use of mobile devices in radiology. Insights into Imaging 2018;9(2):247
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  6. Alizadeh I. Evaluating the educational usability of Telegram as an SNS in ESAP programs from medical students’ perspective. Education and Information Technologies 2018;23(6):2569
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