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Published on 22.07.16 in Vol 5, No 3 (2016): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "Targeted Facebook Advertising is a Novel and Effective Method of Recruiting Participants into a Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Effectiveness Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.5679):

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  1. Enerly E, Flingtorp R, Christiansen IK, Campbell S, Hansen M, Myklebust T, Weiderpass E, Nygård M, Tornesello ML. An observational study comparing HPV prevalence and type distribution between HPV-vaccinated and -unvaccinated girls after introduction of school-based HPV vaccination in Norway. PLOS ONE 2019;14(10):e0223612
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  3. Hansen D, Petrinec A, Hebeshy M, Sheehan D, Drew BL. Advancing the Science of Recruitment for Family Caregivers: Focus Group and Delphi Methods. JMIR Nursing 2019;2(1):e13862
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  4. Jerome RN, Dunkel L, Kennedy N, Olson EJ, Pulley JM, Bernard G, Wilkins CH, Harris PA. To end disease tomorrow, begin with trials today: Digital strategies for increased awareness of a clinical trials finder. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science 2019;3(4):190
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  5. Mohanty S, Leader AE, Gibeau E, Johnson C. Using Facebook to reach adolescents for human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination. Vaccine 2018;36(40):5955
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  6. Tustin JL, Crowcroft NS, Gesink D, Johnson I, Keelan J. Internet Exposure Associated With Canadian Parents’ Perception of Risk on Childhood Immunization: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(1):e7
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  7. BLANCO LR, RODRIGUEZ LM. Delivering information about retirement saving among Hispanic women: two Facebook experiments. Behavioural Public Policy 2018;:1
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  8. Das R, Machalek DA, Molesworth EG, Garland SM. Using Facebook to Recruit Young Australian Men Into a Cross-Sectional Human Papillomavirus Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(11):e389
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  9. Scully RE, Davids JS, Melnitchouk N. Impact of Procedural Specialty on Maternity Leave and Career Satisfaction Among Female Physicians. Annals of Surgery 2017;266(2):210
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  10. Subasinghe AK, Jayasinghe YL, Wark JD, Gorelik A, Garland SM, on behalf of the Young Female Health Initiative (YFHI) , Safe-D Study Groups . Factors associated with unwanted sexual experiences of young Australian females: an observational study. Sexual Health 2017;14(4):383
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  11. Burgess JD, Kimble RM, Watt K, Cameron CM. The Adoption of Social Media to Recruit Participants for the Cool Runnings Randomized Controlled Trial in Australia. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(10):e200
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  12. Tustin JL, Crowcroft NS, Gesink D, Johnson I, Keelan J, Lachapelle B. Facebook Recruitment of Vaccine-Hesitant Canadian Parents: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(3):e47
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  13. Reiter PL, Katz ML, Bauermeister JA, Shoben AB, Paskett ED, McRee A. Recruiting Young Gay and Bisexual Men for a Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Intervention Through Social Media: The Effects of Advertisement Content. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(2):e33
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