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Published on 20.11.18 in Vol 6, No 11 (2018): November

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Works citing "Text Messages Sent to Household Tuberculosis Contacts in Kampala, Uganda: Process Evaluation"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/10239):

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  1. Ggita JM, Katahoire A, Meyer AJ, Nansubuga E, Nalugwa T, Turimumahoro P, Ochom E, Ayakaka I, Haberer JE, Katamba A, Armstrong-Hough M, Davis JL. Experiences and intentions of Ugandan household tuberculosis contacts receiving test results via text message: an exploratory study. BMC Public Health 2020;20(1)
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  2. Lee Y, Raviglione MC, Flahault A. Use of Digital Technology to Enhance Tuberculosis Control: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(2):e15727
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  3. Reuter A, Hughes J, Furin J. Challenges and controversies in childhood tuberculosis. The Lancet 2019;394(10202):967
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  4. Davis JL, Turimumahoro P, Meyer AJ, Ayakaka I, Ochom E, Ggita J, Mark D, Babirye D, Okello DA, Mugabe F, Fair E, Vittinghoff E, Armstrong-Hough M, Dowdy D, Cattamanchi A, Haberer J, Katamba A. Home-based tuberculosis contact investigation in Uganda: a household randomised trial. ERJ Open Research 2019;5(3):00112-2019
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