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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. Nguyen SH, Vu GT, Nguyen LH, Nguyen CT, Le THT, Tran TH, Tran BX, Latkin CA, Tam WWS, Ho CSH, Ho RCM. Understanding Social Media Use and Engagement Among Dermatology Patients to Inform Dermatological Prevention and Care in Vietnam: Cross-sectional Study. JMIR Dermatology 2020;3(1):e13424
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  2. Giroux CM, Moreau KA. Leveraging social media for medical education: Learning from patients in online spaces. Medical Teacher 2020;:1
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  3. 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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  4. Coleman E, O’Connor E. The role of WhatsApp® in medical education; a scoping review and instructional design model. BMC Medical Education 2019;19(1)
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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. . ESR paper on the proper use of mobile devices in radiology. Insights into Imaging 2018;9(2):247
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  9. 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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