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Published on 17.08.16 in Vol 4, No 3 (2016): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "“Please Don’t Send Us Spam!” A Participative, Theory-Based Methodology for Developing an mHealth Intervention"

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  1. Gong E, Gu W, Luo E, Tan L, Donovan J, Sun C, Yang Y, Zang L, Bao P, Yan LL. Development and Local Contextualization of Mobile Health Messages for Enhancing Disease Management Among Community-Dwelling Stroke Patients in Rural China: Multimethod Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(12):e15758
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  2. Fischer A, Chadyiwa M, Tshuma N, Nkosi V. Acceptability of Mobile Health Interventions to Increase Diabetic Risk Factor Awareness Among the Commuter Population in Johannesburg: Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Diabetes 2019;4(3):e12600
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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. Sinha Deb K, Tuli A, Sood M, Chadda R, Verma R, Kumar S, Ganesh R, Singh P, Soundy A. Is India ready for mental health apps (MHApps)? A quantitative-qualitative exploration of caregivers’ perspective on smartphone-based solutions for managing severe mental illnesses in low resource settings. PLOS ONE 2018;13(9):e0203353
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