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Published on 15.04.16 in Vol 4, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Young People’s Views and Experiences of a Mobile Phone Texting Intervention to Promote Safer Sex Behavior"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.4302):

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  1. Rinehart DJ, Leslie S, Durfee MJ, Stowell M, Cox-Martin M, Thomas-Gale T, Shlay JC, Havranek EP. Acceptability and Efficacy of a Sexual Health Texting Intervention Designed to Support Adolescent Females. Academic Pediatrics 2020;20(4):475
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  2. Free C, McCarthy OL, Palmer MJ, Knight R, Edwards P, French R, Baraitser P, Hickson FCI, Wellings K, Roberts I, Bailey JV, Hart G, Michie S, Clayton T, Ploubidis GB, Carpenter JR, Turner KME, Devries K, Potter K. Safetxt: a safer sex intervention delivered by mobile phone messaging on sexually transmitted infections (STI) among young people in the UK - protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open 2020;10(3):e031635
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  3. Ames HM, Glenton C, Lewin S, Tamrat T, Akama E, Leon N. Clients’ perceptions and experiences of targeted digital communication accessible via mobile devices for reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health: a qualitative evidence synthesis. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2019;
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  4. Chernick LS, Berrigan M, Gonzalez A, Konja A, Stockwell MS, Ehrhardt A, Bakken S, Westhoff CL, Santelli J, Dayan PS. Engaging Adolescents With Sexual Health Messaging: A Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Adolescent Health 2019;65(5):660
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  5. Bacchus LJ, Reiss K, Church K, Colombini M, Pearson E, Naved R, Smith C, Andersen K, Free C. Using Digital Technology for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Are Programs Adequately Considering Risk?. Global Health: Science and Practice 2019;7(4):507
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  6. Reiss K, Andersen K, Pearson E, Biswas K, Taleb F, Ngo TD, Hossain A, Barnard S, Smith C, Carpenter J, Menzel J, Footman K, Keenan K, Douthwaite M, Reena Y, Mahmood HR, Tabbassum T, Colombini M, Bacchus L, Church K. Unintended Consequences of mHealth Interactive Voice Messages Promoting Contraceptive Use After Menstrual Regulation in Bangladesh: Intimate Partner Violence Results From a Randomized Controlled Trial. Global Health: Science and Practice 2019;7(3):386
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  7. Ngugi J, Goosen L. Modelling Course-Design Characteristics, Self-Regulated Learning and the Mediating Effect of Knowledge-Sharing Behavior as Drivers of Individual Innovative Behavior. EURASIA Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education 2018;14(8)
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  8. Hickman NE, Schaar G. Impact of an Educational Text Message Intervention on Adolescents’ Knowledge and High-Risk Behaviors. Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing 2018;41(1):71
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  9. Free C, McCarthy O, French RS, Wellings K, Michie S, Roberts I, Devries K, Rathod S, Bailey J, Syred J, Edwards P, Hart G, Palmer M, Baraitser P. Can text messages increase safer sex behaviours in young people? Intervention development and pilot randomised controlled trial. Health Technology Assessment 2016;20(57):1
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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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