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Published on 07.05.15 in Vol 2, No 2 (2015): April-June

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Works citing "Twitter: A Novel Tool for Studying the Health and Social Needs of Transgender Communities"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.4113):

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  1. Banker SL, Fenick AM, Qin L, Talwalkar JS. Perceptions of Pediatric Residents Regarding Counseling About Use of Social Networking Sites. Clinical Pediatrics 2018;57(11):1275
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  2. Carroll-Beight D, Larsson M. Exploring the Needs, Expectations, and Realities of Mental Healthcare for Transgender Adults: A Grounded Theory Study on Experiences in Sweden. Transgender Health 2018;3(1):88
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  3. Brunner M, Hemsley B, Dann S, Togher L, Palmer S. Hashtag #TBI: A content and network data analysis of tweets about Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury 2018;32(1):49
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  4. Fodeh SJ, Boudreaux ED, Wang R, Silva D, Bossarte R, Goulet JL, Brandt C, Altalib HH. Suicide Risk on Twitter. International Journal of Knowledge Discovery in Bioinformatics 2018;8(2):1
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  5. Miller B, Behm-Morawitz E. Exploring social television, opinion leaders, and Twitter audience reactions to Diane Sawyer's coming out interview with Caitlyn Jenner. International Journal of Transgenderism 2017;18(2):140
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  6. Stones RJ. Which Gender is More Concerned About Transgender Women in Female Bathrooms?. Gender Issues 2017;34(3):275
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  7. Sharpe JD, Hopkins RS, Cook RL, Striley CW. Evaluating Google, Twitter, and Wikipedia as Tools for Influenza Surveillance Using Bayesian Change Point Analysis: A Comparative Analysis. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e161
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