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JMIR mHealth and uHealth

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Published on 13.03.17 in Vol 5, No 3 (2017): March

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Works citing "Content, Usability, and Utilization of Plain Language in Breast Cancer Mobile Phone Apps: A Systematic Analysis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.7073):

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  1. Ahmad N, Rextin A, Kulsoom UE. Perspectives on usability guidelines for smartphone applications: An empirical investigation and systematic literature review. Information and Software Technology 2018;94:130
  2. Nieroda M, Lophatananon A, McMillan B, Chen L, Hughes J, Daniels R, Clark J, Rogers S, Muir KR. Development of REACT � an on-line decision support tool for personalized cancer symptom checking in the community (Preprint). JMIR Cancer 2018;
  3. Paige SR, Alber JM, Stellefson ML, Krieger JL. Missing the mark for patient engagement: mHealth literacy strategies and behavior change processes in smoking cessation apps. Patient Education and Counseling 2018;101(5):951
  4. Kim H, Goldsmith JV, Sengupta S, Mahmood A, Powell MP, Bhatt J, Chang CF, Bhuyan SS. Mobile Health Application and e-Health Literacy: Opportunities and Concerns for Cancer Patients and Caregivers. Journal of Cancer Education 2017;
  5. Kalke KM, Ginossar T, Shah SFA, West AJ. Sex Ed to Go: A Content Analysis of Comprehensive Sexual Education Apps. Health Education & Behavior 2017;:109019811774925
  6. Tokosi TO, Fortuin J, Douglas TS. The Impact of mHealth Interventions on Breast Cancer Awareness and Screening: Systematic Review Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(12):e246