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Published on 25.02.15 in Vol 3, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Analyzing the Mobile “Digital Divide”: Changing Determinants of Household Phone Ownership Over Time in Rural Bangladesh"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3663):

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  1. Ali J, DiStefano MJ, Coates McCall I, Gibson DG, Al Kibria GM, Pariyo GW, Labrique AB, Hyder AA. Ethics of mobile phone surveys to monitor non-communicable disease risk factors in low- and middle-income countries: A global stakeholder survey. Global Public Health 2019;14(8):1167
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  2. Keenan K, Footman K, Sadekin M, Reiss K, Yasmin R, Franklin H, Church K. Using a Call Center to Reduce Harm From Self-Administration of Reproductive Health Medicines in Bangladesh: Interrupted Time-Series. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2019;5(3):e12233
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  3. Jadhav A, Weis J. Mobile phone ownership, text messages, and contraceptive use: Is there a digital revolution in family planning?. Contraception 2019;
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  4. Gonsalves L, Njeri WW, Schroeder M, Mwaisaka J, Gichangi P. Research and Implementation Lessons Learned From a Youth-Targeted Digital Health Randomized Controlled Trial (the ARMADILLO Study). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(8):e13005
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  5. Lamanna C, Hachhethu K, Chesterman S, Singhal G, Mwongela B, Ng’endo M, Passeri S, Farhikhtah A, Kadiyala S, Bauer J, Rosenstock TS, West BT. Strengths and limitations of computer assisted telephone interviews (CATI) for nutrition data collection in rural Kenya. PLOS ONE 2019;14(1):e0210050
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  6. Forenbacher I, Husnjak S, Cvitić I, Jovović I. Determinants of mobile phone ownership in Nigeria. Telecommunications Policy 2019;43(7):101812
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  7. Alam M, Banwell C, Olsen A, Lokuge K. Patients’ and Doctors’ Perceptions of a Mobile Phone–Based Consultation Service for Maternal, Neonatal, and Infant Health Care in Bangladesh: A Mixed-Methods Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e11842
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  8. Khan NUZ, Rasheed S, Sharmin T, Siddique AK, Dibley M, Alam A. How can mobile phones be used to improve nutrition service delivery in rural Bangladesh?. BMC Health Services Research 2018;18(1)
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  9. Haenssgen MJ, Ariana P. The Social Implications of Technology Diffusion: Uncovering the Unintended Consequences of People’s Health-Related Mobile Phone Use in Rural India and China. World Development 2017;94:286
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  10. Vallières F, McAuliffe E, Van Bavel B, J. Wall P, Trye A. There’s No App for That: Assessing the Impact of mHealth on the Supervision, Motivation, Engagement, and Satisfaction of Community Health Workers in Sierra Leone. Annals of Global Health 2017;82(5):936
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  11. Gibson DG, Pereira A, Farrenkopf BA, Labrique AB, Pariyo GW, Hyder AA. Mobile Phone Surveys for Collecting Population-Level Estimates in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Literature Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(5):e139
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  12. Bishwajit G, Hoque MR, Yaya S. Disparities in the use of mobile phone for seeking childbirth services among women in the urban areas: Bangladesh Urban Health Survey. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2017;17(1)
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  13. Labrique A, Blynn E, Ahmed S, Gibson D, Pariyo G, Hyder AA. Health Surveys Using Mobile Phones in Developing Countries: Automated Active Strata Monitoring and Other Statistical Considerations for Improving Precision and Reducing Biases. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(5):e121
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  14. Eckersberger E, Pearson E, Andersen K, Hossain A, Footman K, Biswas KK, Nuremowla S, Reiss K. Developing mHealth Messages to Promote Postmenstrual Regulation Contraceptive Use in Bangladesh: Participatory Interview Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(12):e174
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  15. Khatun F, Heywood AE, Hanifi SMA, Rahman MS, Ray PK, Liaw S, Bhuiya A. Gender differentials in readiness and use of mHealth services in a rural area of Bangladesh. BMC Health Services Research 2017;17(1)
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  16. Ali J, Labrique AB, Gionfriddo K, Pariyo G, Gibson DG, Pratt B, Deutsch-Feldman M, Hyder AA. Ethics Considerations in Global Mobile Phone-Based Surveys of Noncommunicable Diseases: A Conceptual Exploration. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(5):e110
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  17. Biswas KK, Hossain A, Chowdhury R, Andersen K, Sultana S, Shahidullah SM, Pearson E. Using mHealth to Support Postabortion Contraceptive Use: Results From a Feasibility Study in Urban Bangladesh. JMIR Formative Research 2017;1(1):e4
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  18. Ashraf S, Moore C, Gupta V, Chowdhury A, Azad AK, Singh N, Hagan D, Labrique AB. Overview of a multi-stakeholder dialogue around Shared Services for Health: the Digital Health Opportunity in Bangladesh. Health Research Policy and Systems 2015;13(1)
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  19. Khatun F, Heywood AE, Ray PK, Hanifi S, Bhuiya A, Liaw S. Determinants of readiness to adopt mHealth in a rural community of Bangladesh. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2015;84(10):847
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3663)

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  1. Gilbert MR, Masucci M. Handbook of the Changing World Language Map. 2020. Chapter 39:3653
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  2. Estella S, Gibson J. Service-Oriented Mapping. 2019. Chapter 10:207
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  3. Gilbert MR, Masucci M. Handbook of the Changing World Language Map. 2018. Chapter 39-1:1
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