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Published on 03.11.14 in Vol 2, No 4 (2014): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "The Hookup: Collaborative Evaluation of a Youth Sexual Health Program Using Text Messaging Technology"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3583):

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  1. Crockett LJ, Deardorff J, Johnson M, Irwin C, Petersen AC. Puberty Education in a Global Context: Knowledge Gaps, Opportunities, and Implications for Policy. Journal of Research on Adolescence 2019;29(1):177
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  2. Lykens J, Pilloton M, Silva C, Schlamm E, Wilburn K, Pence E. Google for Sexual Relationships: Mixed-Methods Study on Digital Flirting and Online Dating Among Adolescent Youth and Young Adults. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2019;5(2):e10695
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  3. Willoughby JF, Niu Z, Liu S. Assessing the Potential Use of Narrative and the Entertainment Education Strategy In an mHealth Text-Message Intervention. Journal of Health Communication 2018;23(1):20
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  4. Yao P, Fu R, Craig Rushing S, Stephens D, Ash JS, Eden KB. Texting 4 Sexual Health: Improving Attitudes, Intention, and Behavior Among American Indian and Alaska Native Youth. Health Promotion Practice 2018;19(6):833
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  5. Browne FA, Wechsberg WM, Kizakevich PN, Zule WA, Bonner CP, Madison AN, Howard BN, Turner LB. mHealth versus face-to-face: study protocol for a randomized trial to test a gender-focused intervention for young African American women at risk for HIV in North Carolina. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1)
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  6. Wright CJC, Dietze PM, Lim MSC. Beyond Basic Feedback in Mobile Brief Interventions: Designing SMS Message Content for Delivery to Young Adults During Risky Drinking Events. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(6):e79
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  7. Willoughby JF, Muldrow A. SMS for sexual health: A comparison of service types and recommendations for sexual health text message service providers. Health Education Journal 2017;76(2):231
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  8. Abaza H, Marschollek M. mHealth Application Areas and Technology Combinations. Methods of Information in Medicine 2017;56(S 01):e105
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  9. Wright CJC, Leinberger K, Lim MSC. Challenges to translating new media interventions in community practice: a sexual health SMS program case study. Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2016;27(1):70
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  10. Mangone ER, Lebrun V, Muessig KE. Mobile Phone Apps for the Prevention of Unintended Pregnancy: A Systematic Review and Content Analysis. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(1):e6
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  11. Mangone ER, Agarwal S, L’Engle K, Lasway C, Zan T, van Beijma H, Orkis J, Karam R, Bruns H. Sustainable Cost Models for mHealth at Scale: Modeling Program Data from m4RH Tanzania. PLOS ONE 2016;11(1):e0148011
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  12. Berrouiguet S, Baca-García E, Brandt S, Walter M, Courtet P. Fundamentals for Future Mobile-Health (mHealth): A Systematic Review of Mobile Phone and Web-Based Text Messaging in Mental Health. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e135
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