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Published on 05.12.17 in Vol 5, No 12 (2017): December

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Works citing "App-Supported Promotion of Child Growth and Development by Community Health Workers in Kenya: Feasibility and Acceptability Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.6911):

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  1. Zaidi S, Shaikh SA, Sayani S, Kazi AM, Khoja A, Hussain SS, Najmi R. Operability, Acceptability, and Usefulness of a Mobile App to Track Routine Immunization Performance in Rural Pakistan: Interview Study Among Vaccinators and Key Informants. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(2):e16081
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  2. Odendaal WA, Anstey Watkins J, Leon N, Goudge J, Griffiths F, Tomlinson M, Daniels K. Health workers’ perceptions and experiences of using mHealth technologies to deliver primary healthcare services: a qualitative evidence synthesis. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2020;
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  3. Zhang D, Jin L, Liang D, Geng R, Liu Y, Ling Y, Jiang F, Zhang Y. Assessing Feasibility of an Early Childhood Intervention Using Mobile Phones Among Low-Income Mothers of Newborns: An Interview Study (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research 2019;
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  4. Kohrt BA, Rai S, Vilakazi K, Thapa K, Bhardwaj A, van Heerden A. Procedures to Select Digital Sensing Technologies for Passive Data Collection With Children and Their Caregivers: Qualitative Cultural Assessment in South Africa and Nepal. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2019;2(1):e12366
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  5. Yapa HM, Bärnighausen T. Implementation science in resource-poor countries and communities. Implementation Science 2018;13(1)
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