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Published on 30.04.19 in Vol 7, No 4 (2019): April

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Works citing "Effects of Mobile Health Including Wearable Activity Trackers to Increase Physical Activity Outcomes Among Healthy Children and Adolescents: Systematic Review"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.8298):

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  1. Knight CH. Review: Sensor techniques in ruminants: more than fitness trackers. animal 2020;14(S1):s187
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  2. Schwab M, Brindl N, Studier-Fischer A, Tu T, Gsenger J, Pilgrim M, Friedrich M, Frey P, Achilles C, Leuck A, Bürgel T, Feisst M, Klose C, Tenckhoff S, Dörr-Harim C, Mihaljevic AL. Postoperative complications and mobilisation following major abdominal surgery with vs. without fitness tracker-based feedback (EXPELLIARMUS): study protocol for a student-led multicentre randomised controlled trial (CHIR-Net SIGMA study group). Trials 2020;21(1)
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  3. Adebesin F, Mwalugha R. Mediating Role of Organizational Reputation and Trust in Intention to Use Wearable Health Devices: Cross-country Study (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;
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