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Published on 11.04.17 in Vol 5, No 4 (2017): April

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Works citing "Usability of a Novel Mobile Health iPad App by Vulnerable Populations"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.7268):

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  1. Guo Y, Yang F, Hu F, Li W, Ruggiano N, Lee HY. Existing Mobile Phone Apps for Self-Care Management of People With Alzheimer Disease and Related Dementias: Systematic Analysis. JMIR Aging 2020;3(1):e15290
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  2. Flaherty SJ, McCarthy MB, Collins AM, McAuliffe FM. A different perspective on consumer engagement: exploring the experience of using health apps to support healthier food purchasing. Journal of Marketing Management 2019;35(3-4):310
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  3. Perry B, Geoghegan C, Lin L, McGuire FH, Nido V, Grabert B, Morin SL, Hallinan ZP, Corneli A. Patient preferences for using mobile technologies in clinical trials. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications 2019;15:100399
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  4. Bertholet N, Cunningham JA, Adam A, McNeely J, Daeppen J. Electronic screening and brief intervention for unhealthy alcohol use in primary care waiting rooms – A pilot project. Substance Abuse 2019;:1
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  5. Cho J, Kim S. Personal and social predictors of use and non-use of fitness/diet app: Application of Random Forest algorithm. Telematics and Informatics 2019;:101301
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  6. Davis SN, O’Malley DM, Bator A, Ohman-Strickland P, Clemow L, Ferrante JM, Crabtree BF, Miller SM, Findley P, Hudson SV. Rationale and design of extended cancer education for longer term survivors (EXCELS): a randomized control trial of ‘high touch’ vs. ‘high tech’ cancer survivorship self-management tools in primary care. BMC Cancer 2019;19(1)
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  7. Martin Payo R, Fernandez Álvarez M, Blanco Díaz M, Cuesta Izquierdo M, Stoyanov S, Llaneza Suárez E. Spanish adaptation and validation of the Mobile Application Rating Scale questionnaire. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2019;129:95
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  8. Scalia P, Durand M, Faber M, Kremer JA, Song J, Elwyn G. User-testing an interactive option grid decision aid for prostate cancer screening: lessons to improve usability. BMJ Open 2019;9(5):e026748
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  9. Bonnechère B, Van Vooren M, Bier J, De Breucker S, Van Hove O, Van Sint Jan S, Feipel V, Jansen B. The Use of Mobile Games to Assess Cognitive Function of Elderly with and without Cognitive Impairment. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 2018;64(4):1285
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  10. Bowyer A, Royse C. The future of recovery – Integrated, digitalised and in real time. Best Practice & Research Clinical Anaesthesiology 2018;32(3-4):295
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  11. Gorini A, Mazzocco K, Triberti S, Sebri V, Savioni L, Pravettoni G. A P5 Approach to m-Health: Design Suggestions for Advanced Mobile Health Technology. Frontiers in Psychology 2018;9
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  12. Jaensson M, Dahlberg K, Eriksson M, Nilsson U. Evaluation of postoperative recovery in day surgery patients using a mobile phone application: a multicentre randomized trial. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2017;119(5):1030
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  1. Bowyer A, Royse CF. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery. 2020. Chapter 35:323
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  2. Paglialonga A, Mastropietro A, Scalco E, Rizzo G. m_Health Current and Future Applications. 2019. Chapter 2:5
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