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Published on 17.02.14 in Vol 2, No 1 (2014): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "A Classification Scheme for Analyzing Mobile Apps Used to Prevent and Manage Disease in Late Life"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.2877):

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  1. Roberts CA, Sage AJ, Geryk LL, Sleath BL, Carpenter DM. Adolescent feedback on predisposing, reinforcing and enabling features in asthma self-management apps. Health Education Journal 2019;:001789691983669
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  2. Brignone L, Edleson JL. The Dating and Domestic Violence App Rubric: Synthesizing Clinical Best Practices and Digital Health App Standards for Relationship Violence Prevention Smartphone Apps. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 2019;:1
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  3. Dupuis K, Tsotsos L. Technology for Remote Health Monitoring in an Older Population: A Role for Mobile Devices. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction 2018;2(3):43
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  4. Paglialonga A, Lugo A, Santoro E. An overview on the emerging area of identification, characterization, and assessment of health apps. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2018;83:97
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  5. McClelland GT, Fitzgerald M. A participatory mobile application (app) development project with mental health service users and clinicians. Health Education Journal 2018;77(7):815
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  6. Fitzgerald M, McClelland T. What makes a mobile app successful in supporting health behaviour change?. Health Education Journal 2017;76(3):373
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  7. Maheu MM, Nicolucci V, Pulier ML, Wall KM, Frye TJ, Hudlicka E. The Interactive Mobile App Review Toolkit (IMART): a Clinical Practice-Oriented System. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2017;1(1-4):3
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  8. Paglialonga A, Pinciroli F, Tognola G. The ALFA4Hearing Model (At-a-Glance Labeling for Features of Apps for Hearing Health Care) to Characterize Mobile Apps for Hearing Health Care. American Journal of Audiology 2017;26(3S):408
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  9. Cunha A, Cunha E, Peres E, Trigueiros P. Helping Older People: Is there an App for that?. Procedia Computer Science 2016;100:118
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  10. Molina Recio G, García-Hernández L, Molina Luque R, Salas-Morera L. The role of interdisciplinary research team in the impact of health apps in health and computer science publications: a systematic review. BioMedical Engineering OnLine 2016;15(S1)
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  11. Lane TS, Armin J, Gordon JS. Online Recruitment Methods for Web-Based and Mobile Health Studies: A Review of the Literature. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(7):e183
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  12. Boudreaux ED, Waring ME, Hayes RB, Sadasivam RS, Mullen S, Pagoto S. Evaluating and selecting mobile health apps: strategies for healthcare providers and healthcare organizations. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2014;4(4):363
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.2877)

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  1. Paglialonga A, Pinciroli F, Tognola G. Tele-Audiology and the Optimization of Hearing Healthcare Delivery. 2019. chapter 7:161
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  2. M-Health: Fundamentals and Applications. 2016. :189
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