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Published on 19.09.19 in Vol 5, No 2 (2019): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Understanding the Use and Perceived Impact of a Medical Podcast: Qualitative Study"

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  1. Berk J, Trivedi SP, Watto M, Williams P, Centor R. Medical Education Podcasts: Where We Are and Questions Unanswered. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2020;35(7):2176
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  2. Ting DK, Boreskie P, Luckett-Gatopoulos S, Gysel L, Lanktree MB, Chan TM. Quality Appraisal and Assurance Techniques for Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM) Resources: A Rapid Review. Seminars in Nephrology 2020;40(3):309
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  3. Young B, Pouw A, Redfern A, Cai F, Chow J. Eyes for Ears—A Medical Education Podcast Feasibility Study. Journal of Surgical Education 2020;
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  4. Rodman A, Trivedi S. Podcasting: A Roadmap to the Future of Medical Education. Seminars in Nephrology 2020;40(3):279
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  5. Clarke CGD, Nnajiuba U, Howie J, Khan M, Pinto dos Santos D, Ranschaert E. Giving radiologists a voice: a review of podcasts in radiology. Insights into Imaging 2020;11(1)
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  6. Berk J, Watto M, Williams P. Twelve tips for creating a medical education podcast. Medical Teacher 2020;:1
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