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Published on 01.02.18 in Vol 6, No 2 (2018): February

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Works citing "Activity Monitors as Support for Older Persons’ Physical Activity in Daily Life: Qualitative Study of the Users’ Experiences"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.8345):

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  1. Kononova A, Li L, Kamp K, Bowen M, Rikard R, Cotten S, Peng W. The Use of Wearable Activity Trackers Among Older Adults: Focus Group Study of Tracker Perceptions, Motivators, and Barriers in the Maintenance Stage of Behavior Change. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e9832
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  2. Tedesco S, Sica M, Ancillao A, Timmons S, Barton J, O'Flynn B. Validity Evaluation of the Fitbit Charge2 and the Garmin vivosmart HR+ in Free-Living Environments in an Older Adult Cohort. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(6):e13084
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  3. Hawkins J, Charles JM, Edwards M, Hallingberg B, McConnon L, Edwards RT, Jago R, Kelson M, Morgan K, Murphy S, Oliver EJ, Simpson SA, Moore G. Acceptability and Feasibility of Implementing Accelorometry-Based Activity Monitors and a Linked Web Portal in an Exercise Referral Scheme: Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(3):e12374
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  4. Reeder B, Chung J, Lyden K, Winters J, Jankowski CM. Older women’s perceptions of wearable and smart home activity sensors. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2019;:1
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  5. Schlomann A, Seifert A, Rietz C. Relevance of Activity Tracking With Mobile Devices in the Relationship Between Physical Activity Levels and Satisfaction With Physical Fitness in Older Adults: Representative Survey. JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e12303
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  6. Ehn M, Johansson A, Revenäs . Technology-Based Motivation Support for Seniors’ Physical Activity—A Qualitative Study on Seniors’ and Health Care Professionals’ Views. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019;16(13):2418
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  7. Hannan AL, Harders MP, Hing W, Climstein M, Coombes JS, Furness J. Impact of wearable physical activity monitoring devices with exercise prescription or advice in the maintenance phase of cardiac rehabilitation: systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2019;11(1)
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  8. Jang I, Kim HR, Lee E, Jung H, Park H, Cheon S, Lee YS, Park YR. Impact of a Wearable Device-Based Walking Programs in Rural Older Adults on Physical Activity and Health Outcomes: Cohort Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(11):e11335
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.8345)

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  1. Pietrabissa G, Zoppis I, Mauri G, Ghiretti R, Giusti EM, Cattivelli R, Spatola C, Manzoni GM, Castelnuovo G. Pervasive Computing Paradigms for Mental Health. 2019. Chapter 3:29
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  2. 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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  3. Petsani D, Kostantinidis EI, Diaz-Orueta U, Hopper L, Bamidis PD. Information and Communication Technologies for Ageing Well and e-Health. 2019. Chapter 6:108
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