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Published on 13.11.15 in Vol 4, No 4 (2015): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Monitoring Web Site Usage of e-Bug: A Hygiene and Antibiotic Awareness Resource for Children"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.4049):

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  1. Eley CV, Young VL, Hoekstra BA, McNulty CAM. An evaluation of educators’ views on the e-Bug resources in England. Journal of Biological Education 2018;52(2):166
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  2. Young VL, Brown CL, Hayes C, McNulty CA. Review of risk communication and education strategies around food hygiene and safety for children and young people. Trends in Food Science & Technology 2018;
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  3. Eley CV, Young VL, Hayes CV, Parkinson G, Tucker K, Gobat N, McNulty CAM. A mixed methods pilot of Beat the Bugs: A community education course on hygiene, self-care and antibiotics. Journal of Infection Prevention 2018;19(6):278
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  4. Scalas D, Roana J, Mandras N, Cuccu S, Banche G, Marra ES, Collino N, Piersigilli G, Allizond V, Tullio V, Cuffini AM. The Microbiological@mind project: a public engagement initiative of Turin University bringing microbiology and health education into primary schools. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents 2017;50(4):588
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  5. Gordon EJ, Shand J, Black A. Google analytics of a pilot mass and social media campaign targeting Hispanics about living kidney donation. Internet Interventions 2016;6:40
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