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Published on 20.02.19 in Vol 7, No 2 (2019): February

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Works citing "Popular Nutrition-Related Mobile Apps: An Agreement Assessment Against a UK Reference Method"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.9838):

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  1. Koepp J, Baron MV, Hernandes Martins PR, Brandenburg C, Kira ATF, Trindade VD, Ley Dominguez LM, Carneiro M, Frozza R, Possuelo LG, De Mello Pinto MV, Mahlmann Kipper L, Pinheiro da Costa BE. The Quality of Mobile Apps Used for the Identification of Pressure Ulcers in Adults: Systematic Survey and Review of Apps in App Stores. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(6):e14266
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  2. Khazen W, Jeanne J, Demaretz L, Schäfer F, Fagherazzi G. Rethinking the Use of Mobile Apps for Dietary Assessment in Medical Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(6):e15619
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  3. Siebra CA, Souto EC. Mobile health support for motor disability individuals: A review focused on holistic assessment and interventions. Technology and Disability 2020;32(1):51
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  4. Banskota S, Healy M, Goldberg E. 15 Smartphone Apps for Older Adults to Use While in Isolation During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 2020;21(3)
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