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Published on 23.07.14 in Vol 2, No 3 (2014): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "Attitudes and Preferences on the Use of Mobile Health Technology and Health Games for Self-Management: Interviews With Older Adults on Anticoagulation Therapy"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3196):

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  1. Senteio C. Investigating the Enduring Impact of a Community-Based Health Education Program to Promote African American Elders’ Use of Technology Designed to Support Chronic Disease Self-Management. Geriatrics 2018;3(4):70
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  2. Russell AM, Smith SG, Bailey SC, Belter LT, Pandit AU, Hedlund LA, Bojarski EA, Rush SR, Wolf MS. Older Adult Preferences of Mobile Application Functionality Supporting Medication Self-Management. Journal of Health Communication 2018;:1
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  3. Jiang J, Zhu J, Zheng Y, Zhu Y, Li Y, Huo Y. Perceptions and Acceptances of mHealth in Patients with Cardiovascular Diseases: A survey (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;
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  4. Evangelista LS, Ghasemzadeh H, Lee J, Fallahzadeh R, Sarrafzadeh M, Moser DK. Predicting adherence to use of remote health monitoring systems in a cohort of patients with chronic heart failure. Technology and Health Care 2017;25(3):425
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  5. Miah SJ, Gammack J, Hasan N. Extending the framework for mobile health information systems Research: A content analysis. Information Systems 2017;69:1
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  6. Sun L, Wang Y, Greene B, Xiao Q, Jiao C, Ji M, Wu Y. Facilitators and barriers to using physical activity smartphone apps among Chinese patients with chronic diseases. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2017;17(1)
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  7. Lee J, Evangelista LS, Moore AA, Juth V, Guo Y, Gago-Masague S, Lem CG, Nguyen M, Khatibi P, Baje M, Amin AN. Feasibility Study of a Mobile Health Intervention for Older Adults on Oral Anticoagulation Therapy. Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine 2016;2:233372141667297
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  8. Arean PA, Hallgren KA, Jordan JT, Gazzaley A, Atkins DC, Heagerty PJ, Anguera JA. The Use and Effectiveness of Mobile Apps for Depression: Results From a Fully Remote Clinical Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(12):e330
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  9. Kassianos A, Emery J, Murchie P, Walter F. Smartphone applications for melanoma detection by community, patient and generalist clinician users: a review. British Journal of Dermatology 2015;172(6):1507
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  10. Subhi Y, Bube SH, Rolskov Bojsen S, Skou Thomsen AS, Konge L. Expert Involvement and Adherence to Medical Evidence in Medical Mobile Phone Apps: A Systematic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2015;3(3):e79
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  11. Hill NL, Mogle J, Colancecco E, Dick R, Hannan J, Lin FV. Feasibility study of an attention training application for older adults. International Journal of Older People Nursing 2015;10(3):241
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3196)

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  1. Miah SJ. Handbook of Large-Scale Distributed Computing in Smart Healthcare. 2017. Chapter 13:359
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