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Published on 19.01.16 in Vol 4, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Mobile Phone Apps for the Prevention of Unintended Pregnancy: A Systematic Review and Content Analysis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.4846):

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  1. Lerma K, Reyes G, Tiwari S, Tewari A, Hastings C, Blumenthal PD. Acceptability of a text message-based fertility awareness application for family planning in Lucknow, India. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 2018;142(1):104
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  10. Righarts A, Dickson NP, Parkin L, Gillett WR. Ovulation monitoring and fertility knowledge: Their relationship to fertility experience in a cross-sectional study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2017;57(4):412
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  11. Simmons RG, Shattuck DC, Jennings VH. Assessing the Efficacy of an App-Based Method of Family Planning: The Dot Study Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(1):e5
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  12. Tellez W, Nieto-Gutierrez W, Taype-Rondan A. Sunscreen mobile apps: A content analysis. European Research in Telemedicine / La Recherche Européenne en Télémédecine 2017;6(3-4):157
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  13. Chen E, Mangone ER. A Systematic Review of Apps using Mobile Criteria for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (mCAPP). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(4):e122
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  1. Nizamuddin I, Basra R, Vanam S, Pirani N. Optimizing Medical Education With Instructional Technology. 2019. chapter 9:156
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