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Published on 06.04.18 in Vol 5, No 2 (2018): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Youth Mental Health Services Utilization Rates After a Large-Scale Social Media Campaign: Population-Based Interrupted Time-Series Analysis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.8808):

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  1. Pereira-Sanchez V, Alvarez-Mon MA, Asunsolo del Barco A, Alvarez-Mon M, Teo A. Exploring the Extent of the Hikikomori Phenomenon on Twitter: Mixed Methods Study of Western Language Tweets. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e14167
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  2. Saha K, Torous J, Ernala SK, Rizuto C, Stafford A, De Choudhury M. A computational study of mental health awareness campaigns on social media. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2019;
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  3. Gardner W, Pajer K, Cloutier P, Zemek R, Currie L, Hatcher S, Colman I, Bell D, Gray C, Cappelli M, Duque DR, Lima I. Changing Rates of Self-Harm and Mental Disorders by Sex in Youths Presenting to Ontario Emergency Departments: Repeated Cross-Sectional Study. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2019;:070674371985407
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  4. Alvarez-Mon MA, Llavero-Valero M, Sánchez-Bayona R, Pereira-Sanchez V, Vallejo-Valdivielso M, Monserrat J, Lahera G, Asunsolo del Barco A, Alvarez-Mon M. Areas of Interest and Stigmatic Attitudes of the General Public in Five Relevant Medical Conditions: Thematic and Quantitative Analysis Using Twitter. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e14110
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