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Published on 08.06.18 in Vol 4, No 1 (2018): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Use of Social Media in the Assessment of Relative Effectiveness: Explorative Review With Examples From Oncology"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/cancer.7952):

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  1. Moes F, Houwaart E, Delnoij D, Horstman K. Questions regarding ‘epistemic injustice’ in knowledge-intensive policymaking: Two examples from Dutch health insurance policy. Social Science & Medicine 2020;245:112674
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  2. McDonald L, Behl V, Sundar V, Mehmud F, Malcolm B, Ramagopalan S. Validity of social media for assessing treatment patterns in oncology patients: a case study in melanoma. JAMIA Open 2019;2(4):416
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  3. Makady A, Kalf RRJ, Ryll B, Spurrier G, de Boer A, Hillege H, Klungel OH, Goettsch W. Social media as a tool for assessing patient perspectives on quality of life in metastatic melanoma: a feasibility study. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 2018;16(1)
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  4. Ricard BJ, Marsch LA, Crosier B, Hassanpour S. Exploring the Utility of Community-Generated Social Media Content for Detecting Depression: An Analytical Study on Instagram. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(12):e11817
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