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Published on 05.10.16 in Vol 4, No 4 (2016): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Using Knowledge Translation to Craft “Sticky” Social Media Health Messages That Provoke Interest, Raise Awareness, Impart Knowledge, and Inspire Change"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.5987):

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  1. Hefler M, Kerrigan V, Freeman B, Boot GR, Thomas DP. Using Facebook to reduce smoking among Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: a participatory grounded action study. BMC Public Health 2019;19(1)
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  2. Parmar N, Dong L, Eisingerich AB. Connecting With Your Dentist on Facebook: Patients’ and Dentists’ Attitudes Towards Social Media Usage in Dentistry. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(6):e10109
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  3. Brunner M, Hemsley B, Dann S, Togher L, Palmer S. Hashtag #TBI: A content and network data analysis of tweets about Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury 2018;32(1):49
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  4. Hefler M, Kerrigan V, Henryks J, Freeman B, Thomas DP. Social media and health information sharing among Australian Indigenous people. Health Promotion International 2018;
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