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Published on 22.08.18 in Vol 6, No 8 (2018): August

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Works citing "Implementing eHealth Technology to Address Gaps in Early Infant Diagnosis Services: Qualitative Assessment of Kenyan Provider Experiences"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.9725):

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  1. Hurley EA, Odeny B, Wexler C, Brown M, MacKenzie A, Goggin K, Maloba M, Gautney B, Finocchario-Kessler S. “It was my obligation as mother”: 18-Month completion of Early Infant Diagnosis as identity control for mothers living with HIV in Kenya. Social Science & Medicine 2020;250:112866
  2. Brown M, Wexler C, Gautney B, Goggin K, Hurley EA, Odeny B, Maloba M, Lwembe R, Sandbulte M, Finocchario-Kessler S. eHealth Interventions for Early Infant Diagnosis: Mothers’ Satisfaction with the HIV Infant Tracking System in Kenya. AIDS and Behavior 2019;23(11):3093
  3. Finocchario-Kessler S, Gautney B, Cheng A, Wexler C, Maloba M, Nazir N, Khamadi S, Lwembe R, Brown M, Odeny TA, Dariotis JK, Sandbulte M, Mabachi N, Goggin K. Evaluation of the HIV Infant Tracking System (HITSystem) to optimise quality and efficiency of early infant diagnosis: a cluster-randomised trial in Kenya. The Lancet HIV 2018;5(12):e696