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Published on 20.05.15 in Vol 3, No 2 (2015): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "What Overweight Women Want From a Weight Loss App: A Qualitative Study on Arabic Women"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.4409):

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  1. Lyzwinski LN, Caffery LJ, Bambling M, Edirippulige S. Consumer perspectives on mHealth for weight loss: a review of qualitative studies. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2018;24(4):290
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  2. Bardus M, Ali A, Demachkieh F, Hamadeh G. Assessing the quality of mobile apps for weight management: A user-centered study with employees from a Lebanese university (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;
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  3. Moore G, Wilding H, Gray K, Castle D. Participatory methods to engage health service users in the development of ehealth resources: a systematic review (Preprint). Journal of Participatory Medicine 2018;
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  4. Ismail TAT, Jalil RA, Wan Ishak WR, Hamid NF, Wan Nik WS, Jan Mohamed HJ, Mohd NH, Arifin WN, Mohamed WMIW, Ibrahim MI, Ismail R, Hassim TFT, Aris T, Wan Muda WM. Understanding Dieting and Previous Weight Loss Attempts among Overweight and Obese Participants: Insights into My Body Is Fit and Fabulous at Work Program. Korean Journal of Family Medicine 2018;39(1):15
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  5. Nathalie Lyzwinski L, Caffery L, Bambling M, Edirippulige S. University Students’ Perspectives on Mindfulness and mHealth: A Qualitative Exploratory Study. American Journal of Health Education 2018;49(6):341
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  6. Alnasser A, Kyle J, Alkhalifah A, Marais D. Relationship Between Evidence Requirements, User Expectations, and Actual Experiences: Usability Evaluation of the Twazon Arabic Weight Loss App. JMIR Human Factors 2018;5(2):e16
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  7. Teo CH, Ng CJ, White A, Choo KR. What Do Men Want from a Health Screening Mobile App? A Qualitative Study. PLOS ONE 2017;12(1):e0169435
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  8. Rubanovich CK, Mohr DC, Schueller SM. Health App Use Among Individuals With Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety: A Survey Study With Thematic Coding. JMIR Mental Health 2017;4(2):e22
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  9. Alnasser A, Sathiaseelan A, Al-Khalifa A, Marais D. Development of ‘Twazon’: An Arabic App for Weight Loss. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(2):e76
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  10. Alnasser AA, Amalraj RE, Sathiaseelan A, Al-Khalifa AS, Marais D. Do Arabic weight-loss apps adhere to evidence-informed practices?. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2016;6(3):396
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  11. Archibald D, Douglas F, Hoddinott P, van Teijlingen E, Stewart F, Robertson C, Boyers D, Avenell A. A qualitative evidence synthesis on the management of male obesity. BMJ Open 2015;5(10):e008372
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