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Published on 28.06.17 in Vol 5, No 6 (2017): June

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Works citing "Mobile Device Accuracy for Step Counting Across Age Groups"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.7870):

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  1. Chao DY, Lin TM, Ma W. Enhanced Self-Efficacy and Behavioral Changes Among Patients With Diabetes: Cloud-Based Mobile Health Platform and Mobile App Service. JMIR Diabetes 2019;4(2):e11017
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  2. Collins JE, Yang HY, Trentadue TP, Gong Y, Losina E, Parmenter B. Validation of the Fitbit Charge 2 compared to the ActiGraph GT3X+ in older adults with knee osteoarthritis in free-living conditions. PLOS ONE 2019;14(1):e0211231
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  3. Park S, Toth LP, Hibbing PR, Springer CM, Kaplan AS, Feyerabend MD, Crouter SE, Bassett DR. Dominant vs. Non-Dominant Wrist Placement of Activity Monitors: Impact on Steps per Day. Journal for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour 2019;2(2):118
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  4. Bunn JA, Jones C, Oliviera A, Webster MJ. Assessment of step accuracy using the Consumer Technology Association standard. Journal of Sports Sciences 2019;37(3):244
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  5. Wu J, Ho T, Chang Y, Hsu C, Tsai CJ, Lai F, Lin M. Wearable-Based Mobile Health App in Gastric Cancer Patients for Postoperative Physical Activity Monitoring: Focus Group Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e11989
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  6. Liang Z, Chapa-Martell MA. Accuracy of Fitbit Wristbands in Measuring Sleep Stage Transitions and the Effect of User-Specific Factors. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(6):e13384
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  7. Seewald NJ, Smith SN, Lee AJ, Klasnja P, Murphy SA. Practical Considerations for Data Collection and Management in Mobile Health Micro-randomized Trials. Statistics in Biosciences 2019;11(2):355
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  8. Henriksen A, Haugen Mikalsen M, Woldaregay AZ, Muzny M, Hartvigsen G, Hopstock LA, Grimsgaard S. Using Fitness Trackers and Smartwatches to Measure Physical Activity in Research: Analysis of Consumer Wrist-Worn Wearables. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(3):e110
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  9. Cox SM, Lane A, Volchenboum SL. Use of Wearable, Mobile, and Sensor Technology in Cancer Clinical Trials. JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics 2018;(2):1
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  10. Ortiz‐Rubio P, Oladunjoye A, Agus MSD, Steil GM. Adjusting Insulin Delivery to Activity (AIDA) clinical trial: Effects of activity‐based insulin profiles on glucose control in children with type 1 diabetes. Pediatric Diabetes 2018;19(8):1451
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  11. Navalta JW, Montes J, Bodell NG, Aguilar CD, Lujan A, Guzman G, Kam BK, Manning JW, DeBeliso M. Wearable Device Validity in Determining Step Count During Hiking and Trail Running. Journal for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour 2018;1(2):86
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  12. Feehan LM, Geldman J, Sayre EC, Park C, Ezzat AM, Yoo JY, Hamilton CB, Li LC. Accuracy of Fitbit Devices: Systematic Review and Narrative Syntheses of Quantitative Data. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(8):e10527
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  13. Kennedy AB, Hales SB. Tools Clinicians Can Use to Help Get Patients Active. Current Sports Medicine Reports 2018;17(8):271
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.7870)

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  1. Klebbe R, Steinert A, Buchem I, Müller-Werdan U. Learning and Collaboration Technologies. Ubiquitous and Virtual Environments for Learning and Collaboration. 2019. Chapter 24:312
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