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Published on 24.11.15 in Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Effect of Web-Based Versus Paper-Based Questionnaires and Follow-Up Strategies on Participation Rates of Dutch Childhood Cancer Survivors: A Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/cancer.3905):

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  1. Smith LJ, McNamara PJ, King AC. Optimizing follow-up and study retention in the 21st century: Advances from the front line in alcohol and tobacco research. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2017;175:171
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  4. Millar MM, Elena JW, Gallicchio L, Edwards SL, Carter ME, Herget KA, Sweeney C. The feasibility of web surveys for obtaining patient-reported outcomes from cancer survivors: a randomized experiment comparing survey modes and brochure enclosures. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2019;19(1)
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