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Published on 19.05.16 in Vol 4, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Mobile Phone Use Among Medical Residents: A Cross-Sectional Multicenter Survey in Saudi Arabia"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.4904):

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  1. Kuperstock JE, Horný M, Platt MP. Mobile app technology is associated with improved otolaryngology resident in-service performance. The Laryngoscope 2018;
  2. Al-Ghamdi S. Popularity and impact of using smart devices in medicine: experiences in Saudi Arabia. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1)
  3. Lima ICVD, Galvão MTG, Pedrosa SC, Cunha GHD, Costa AKB. Use of the Whatsapp application in health follow-up of people with HIV: a thematic analysis. Escola Anna Nery 2018;22(3)
  4. Chase TJG, Julius A, Chandan JS, Powell E, Hall CS, Phillips BL, Burnett R, Gill D, Fernando B. Mobile learning in medicine: an evaluation of attitudes and behaviours of medical students. BMC Medical Education 2018;18(1)
  5. Alanzi T, Bah S, Alzahrani S, Alshammari S, Almunsef F. Evaluation of a mobile social networking application for improving diabetes Type 2 knowledge: an intervention study using WhatsApp. Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research 2018;7(9):891
  6. Guo D, Phan N, Ho K, Pawlovich J, Kitson N. Clinical Texting Among Medical Trainees of the University of British Columbia . Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery 2018;22(4):384