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Published on 30.03.15 in Vol 3, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Internet Use and Access Among Pregnant Women via Computer and Mobile Phone: Implications for Delivery of Perinatal Care"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3347):

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  1. Acquavita SP, Krummel DA, Talks A, Cobb A, McClure E. Assessing the Digital Divide Among Low-Income Perinatal Women: Opportunities for Provision of Health Information and Counseling. Telemedicine and e-Health 2019;25(1):48
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  2. Yadav GS, Nagarkatti NR, Rohondia SO, Erfani H, Kilpatrick CC, Turrentine MA. Academic tweeting in #ObGyn. Where do we stand?. Journal of Perinatal Medicine 2019;0
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  3. Lewis L, Barnes C, Allan J, Roberts L, Lube D, Hauck YL. Midwives’ perceptions of women’s mobile phone use and impact on care in birth suite. Midwifery 2019;76:142
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  4. Sakakihara A, Haga C, Osaki Y. Association Between Mothers' Problematic Internet Use and the Thinness of Their Children. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2019;22(9):578
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  5. Vignato J, Landau E, Duffecy J, O’Hara MW, Segre LS. Using mobile health applications for the rapid recruitment of perinatal women. Archives of Women's Mental Health 2019;22(2):305
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  6. van den Heuvel JF, Groenhof TK, Veerbeek JH, van Solinge WW, Lely AT, Franx A, Bekker MN. eHealth as the Next-Generation Perinatal Care: An Overview of the Literature. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(6):e202
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  7. Ginja S, Coad J, Bailey E, Kendall S, Goodenough T, Nightingale S, Smiddy J, Day C, Deave T, Lingam R. Associations between social support, mental wellbeing, self-efficacy and technology use in first-time antenatal women: data from the BaBBLeS cohort study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2018;18(1)
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  8. Tsai Y, Hsu Y, Hou T, Chang C. Effects of a Web-Based Antenatal Care System on Maternal Stress and Self-Efficacy During Pregnancy: A Study in Taiwan. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health 2018;63(2):205
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  9. Hughson JP, Daly JO, Woodward-Kron R, Hajek J, Story D. The Rise of Pregnancy Apps and the Implications for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Women: Narrative Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(11):e189
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  10. Kennedy R, Mullaney L, Reynolds C, Cawley S, McCartney D, Turner M. Preferences of women for web-based nutritional information in pregnancy. Public Health 2017;143:71
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  11. Urech C, Scherer S, Emmenegger M, Gaab J, Tschudin S, Hoesli I, Berger T, Alder J. Efficacy of an internet-based cognitive behavioral stress management training in women with idiopathic preterm labor: A randomized controlled intervention study. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 2017;103:140
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  12. Iskander M, Lou J, Wells M, Scarbecz M. A poster and a mobile healthcare application as information tools for dental trauma management. Dental Traumatology 2016;32(6):457
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  13. Anglada-Martínez H, Rovira-Illamola M, Martin-Conde M, Sotoca-Momblona JM, Codina-Jané C. mHealth intervention to improve medication management in chronically ill patients: analysis of the recruitment process. Postgraduate Medicine 2016;128(4):427
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  14. Osma J, Barrera AZ, Ramphos E. Are Pregnant and Postpartum Women Interested in Health-Related Apps? Implications for the Prevention of Perinatal Depression. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2016;19(6):412
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  15. Wallwiener S, Müller M, Doster A, Laserer W, Reck C, Pauluschke-Fröhlich J, Brucker SY, Wallwiener CW, Wallwiener M. Pregnancy eHealth and mHealth: user proportions and characteristics of pregnant women using Web-based information sources—a cross-sectional study. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2016;294(5):937
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  16. Sharifian R, Fallahnejad E, Niknam F. The Importance of Internet-based Educational and Clinical Interventions and Social Networks in Pregnant Women. Women's Health Bulletin 2016;4(2)
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  17. Nicholson WK, Beckham AJ, Hatley K, Diamond M, Johnson L, Green SL, Tate D. The Gestational Diabetes Management System (GooDMomS): development, feasibility and lessons learned from a patient-informed, web-based pregnancy and postpartum lifestyle intervention. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2016;16(1)
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