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Published on 01.02.17 in Vol 5, No 2 (2017): February

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Works citing "Text Messaging to Improve Hypertension Medication Adherence in African Americans From Primary Care and Emergency Department Settings: Results From Two Randomized Feasibility Studies"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.6630):

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  1. Márquez Contreras E, Márquez Rivero S, Rodríguez García E, López-García-Ramos L, Carlos Pastoriza Vilas J, Baldonedo Suárez A, Gracia Diez C, Gil Guillén V, Martell Claros N. Specific hypertension smartphone application to improve medication adherence in hypertension: a cluster-randomized trial. Current Medical Research and Opinion 2019;35(1):167
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  2. Buis LR, Dawood K, Kadri R, Dawood R, Richardson CR, Djuric Z, Sen A, Plegue M, Hutton D, Brody A, McNaughton CD, Brook RD, Levy P. Improving Blood Pressure Among African Americans With Hypertension Using a Mobile Health Approach (the MI-BP App): Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(1):e12601
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  3. Levy PD, Burton JH. Whose Job Is it Anyway?. Academic Emergency Medicine 2019;
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  4. Harmon Still C, Jones LM, Moss KO, Variath M, Wright KD. African American Older Adults' Perceived Use of Technology for Hypertension Self-Management. Research in Gerontological Nursing 2018;11(5):249
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  5. Brody AM, Miller J, Polevoy R, Nakhle A, Levy PD. Institutional Pathways to Improve Care of Patients with Elevated Blood Pressure in the Emergency Department. Current Hypertension Reports 2018;20(4)
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  6. Morawski K, Ghazinouri R, Krumme A, Lauffenburger JC, Lu Z, Durfee E, Oley L, Lee J, Mohta N, Haff N, Juusola JL, Choudhry NK. Association of a Smartphone Application With Medication Adherence and Blood Pressure Control. JAMA Internal Medicine 2018;178(6):802
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  7. Persell SD, Karmali KN, Stein N, Li J, Peprah YA, Lipiszko D, Ciolino JD, Sato H. Design of a randomized controlled trial comparing a mobile phone-based hypertension health coaching application to home blood pressure monitoring alone: The Smart Hypertension Control Study. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2018;73:92
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  8. Xiong S, Berkhouse H, Schooler M, Pu W, Sun A, Gong E, Yan LL. Effectiveness of mHealth Interventions in Improving Medication Adherence Among People with Hypertension: a Systematic Review. Current Hypertension Reports 2018;20(10)
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  9. King E, Kinvig K, Steif J, Qiu AQ, Maan EJ, Albert AY, Pick N, Alimenti A, Kestler MH, Money DM, Lester RT, Murray MCM. Mobile Text Messaging to Improve Medication Adherence and Viral Load in a Vulnerable Canadian Population Living With Human Immunodeficiency Virus: A Repeated Measures Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(6):e190
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