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Published on 14.11.18 in Vol 6, No 11 (2018): November

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Works citing "An mHealth Intervention to Improve Young Gay and Bisexual Men’s Sexual, Behavioral, and Mental Health in a Structurally Stigmatizing National Context"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.9283):

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  1. Huang Y, Ma YT, Craig SL, Wong DFK, Forth MW. How Intersectional Are Mental Health Interventions for Sexual Minority People? A Systematic Review. LGBT Health 2020;
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  2. Xin M, Viswanath K, Li AY, CAO W, HU Y, Lau JT, Mo PK. The Effectiveness of Electronic Health Interventions for Promoting HIV-Preventive Behaviors Among Men Who Have Sex With Men: Meta-Analysis Based on an Integrative Framework of Design and Implementation Features. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(5):e15977
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  3. Cordova D, Munoz-Velazquez J, Mendoza Lua F, Fessler K, Warner S, Delva J, Adelman N, Fernandez A, Bauermeister J. Pilot Study of a Multilevel Mobile Health App for Substance Use, Sexual Risk Behaviors, and Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV Among Youth: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(3):e16251
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  4. Leluţiu-Weinberger C, Rendina HJ, Mirandola M, Gios L, Folch C, Rafila A, Pachankis JE. The Role of Gay-Related Stigma in HIV-Risk Behavior Among Sexual Minority Men in Europe. AIDS and Behavior 2019;23(3):684
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  5. Chen H, Luo L, Pan SW, Lan G, Zhu Q, Li J, Zhu J, Chen Y, Shen Z, Ge X, Tang Z, Xing H, Shao Y, Ruan Y, Yang W. HIV Epidemiology and Prevention in Southwestern China: Trends from 1996-2017. Current HIV Research 2019;17(2):85
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