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Published on 18.12.15 in Vol 3, No 4 (2015): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "A Community-Engaged Approach to Developing an mHealth HIV/STI and Drug Abuse Preventive Intervention for Primary Care: A Qualitative Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.4620):

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  1. Dillingham R, Ingersoll K, Flickinger TE, Waldman AL, Grabowski M, Laurence C, Wispelwey E, Reynolds G, Conaway M, Cohn WF. PositiveLinks: A Mobile Health Intervention for Retention in HIV Care and Clinical Outcomes with 12-Month Follow-Up. AIDS Patient Care and STDs 2018;32(6):241
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  2. 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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  3. Rawat S, Wilkerson JM, Lawler SM, Patankar P, Rosser BS, Shukla K, Butame S, Ekstrand ML. Recommendations for the Development of a Mobile HIV Prevention Intervention for Men Who Have Sex With Men and Hijras in Mumbai: Qualitative Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(2):e46
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  4. Córdova D, Lua FM, Ovadje L, Fessler K, Bauermeister JA, Salas-Wright CP, Vaughn MG, Leadership Council Y. Adolescent Experiences of Clinician–Patient HIV/STI Communication in Primary Care. Health Communication 2018;33(9):1177
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  5. Terp M, Jørgensen R, Laursen BS, Mainz J, Bjørnes CD. A Smartphone App to Foster Power in the Everyday Management of Living With Schizophrenia: Qualitative Analysis of Young Adults’ Perspectives. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e10157
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  6. Córdova D, Mendoza Lua F, Ovadje L, Hong E, Castillo B, Salas-Wright CP. Randomized Controlled Trials of Technology-Based HIV/STI and Drug Abuse Preventive Interventions for African American and Hispanic Youth: Systematic Review. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(4):e96
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  7. de Vries ST, Wong L, Sutcliffe A, Houÿez F, Ruiz CL, Mol PGM. Factors Influencing the Use of a Mobile App for Reporting Adverse Drug Reactions and Receiving Safety Information: A Qualitative Study. Drug Safety 2017;40(5):443
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  8. Conn C, Nayar S, Lubis D, Maibvisira C, Modderman K. Vulnerable Youth as Prosumers in HIV Prevention: Studies Using Participatory Action Research. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(3):e53
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  9. Mitchell J, Lee J, Stephenson R. How Best to Obtain Valid, Verifiable Data Online From Male Couples? Lessons Learned From an eHealth HIV Prevention Intervention for HIV-Negative Male Couples. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e152
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  10. Bacchus LJ, Bullock L, Sharps P, Burnett C, Schminkey DL, Buller AM, Campbell J. Infusing Technology Into Perinatal Home Visitation in the United States for Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence: Exploring the Interpretive Flexibility of an mHealth Intervention. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(11):e302
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