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Published on 12.08.19 in Vol 7, No 8 (2019): August

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Works citing "An App to Improve Eating Habits of Adolescents and Young Adults (Challenge to Go): Systematic Development of a Theory-Based and Target Group–Adapted Mobile App Intervention"

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  1. Martin A, Caon M, Adorni F, Andreoni G, Ascolese A, Atkinson S, Bul K, Carrion C, Castell C, Ciociola V, Condon L, Espallargues M, Hanley J, Jesuthasan N, Lafortuna CL, Lang A, Prinelli F, Puidomenech Puig E, Tabozzi SA, McKinstry B. A Mobile Phone Intervention to Improve Obesity-Related Health Behaviors of Adolescents Across Europe: Iterative Co-Design and Feasibility Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(3):e14118
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  2. Westphal M, Yom-Tov GB, Parush A, Carmeli N, Shaulov A, Shapira C, Rafaeli A. A Patient-Centered Information System (myED) for Emergency Care Journeys: Design, Development, and Initial Adoption. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(2):e16410
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