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Published on 24.04.15 in Vol 2, No 2 (2015): April-June

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Works citing "An Online, Moderated Peer-to-Peer Support Bulletin Board for Depression: User-Perceived Advantages and Disadvantages"

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  8. Moore D, Drey N, Ayers S. Use of Online Forums for Perinatal Mental Illness, Stigma, and Disclosure: An Exploratory Model. JMIR Mental Health 2017;4(1):e6
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  9. Griffiths KM, Carron-Arthur B, Reynolds J, Bennett K, Bennett A. User characteristics and usage of an open access moderated internet support group for depression and other mental disorders: A prospective study. Internet Interventions 2017;7:9
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