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Published on 20.04.17 in Vol 5, No 4 (2017): April

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Works citing "A Framework for the Study of Complex mHealth Interventions in Diverse Cultural Settings"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.7044):

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  1. Allan S, Bradstreet S, Mcleod H, Farhall J, Lambrou M, Gleeson J, Clark A, Gumley A. Monitoring early signs of psychosis relapse using a Mobile App: Developing a Hypothetical Implementation Framework of Expectations for staff, carers and service users using Qualitative Methods. (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;
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  2. Limbani F, Goudge J, Joshi R, Maar MA, Miranda JJ, Oldenburg B, Parker G, Pesantes MA, Riddell MA, Salam A, Trieu K, Thrift AG, Van Olmen J, Vedanthan R, Webster R, Yeates K, Webster J. Process evaluation in the field: global learnings from seven implementation research hypertension projects in low-and middle-income countries. BMC Public Health 2019;19(1)
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  3. Brewer LC, Hayes SN, Caron AR, Derby DA, Breutzman NS, Wicks A, Raman J, Smith CM, Schaepe KS, Sheets RE, Jenkins SM, Lackore KA, Johnson J, Jones C, Radecki Breitkopf C, Cooper LA, Patten CA, Newton RL. Promoting cardiovascular health and wellness among African-Americans: Community participatory approach to design an innovative mobile-health intervention. PLOS ONE 2019;14(8):e0218724
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  4. Tobe SW, Yeates K, Campbell NRC, Maar MA, Perkins N, Liu PP, Sleeth J, McAllister C, Hua‐Stewart D, Wells G, Bernick J. Diagnosing hypertension in Indigenous Canadians ( DREAM ‐ GLOBAL ): A randomized controlled trial to compare the effectiveness of short message service messaging for management of hypertension: Main results . The Journal of Clinical Hypertension 2018;
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  5. Barsky J, Hunter R, McAllister C, Yeates K, Campbell N, Liu P, Perkins N, Hua-Stewart D, Maar MA, Tobe SW. Evaluation of Implementation, User Perspectives and Feedback from DREAM-GLOBAL, a mobile Health Intervention in Canadian Indigenous and Tanzanian Communities for Individuals living with Hypertension (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;
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  6. Skar JB, Garnweidner-Holme LM, Lukasse M, Terragni L. Women's experiences with using a smartphone app (the Pregnant+ app) to manage gestational diabetes mellitus in a randomised controlled trial. Midwifery 2018;58:102
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  7. Legrand K, Minary L, Briançon S. Exploration of the experiences, practices and needs of health promotion professionals when evaluating their interventions and programmes. Evaluation and Program Planning 2018;70:67
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  8. Mengesha W, Steege R, Kea AZ, Theobald S, Datiko DG. Can mHealth improve timeliness and quality of health data collected and used by health extension workers in rural Southern Ethiopia?. Journal of Public Health 2018;40(suppl_2):ii74
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  9. Garnweidner-Holme L, Hoel Andersen T, Sando MW, Noll J, Lukasse M. Health Care Professionals’ Attitudes Toward, and Experiences of Using, a Culture-Sensitive Smartphone App for Women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(5):e123
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  10. Gudsoorkar PS, Tobe SW. Changing concepts in hypertension management. Journal of Human Hypertension 2017;31(12):763
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  11. Yeates K, Campbell N, Maar MA, Perkins N, Liu P, Sleeth J, Smith C, McAllister C, Hua-Stewart D, Wells G, Tobe SW. The Effectiveness of Text Messaging for Detection and Management of Hypertension in Indigenous People in Canada: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(12):e244
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