Published on in Vol 10, No 3 (2022): March

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/31309, first published .
Smartphone Apps for Vaping Cessation: Quality Assessment and Content Analysis

Smartphone Apps for Vaping Cessation: Quality Assessment and Content Analysis

Smartphone Apps for Vaping Cessation: Quality Assessment and Content Analysis

Journals

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  4. Do E, Tulsiani S, Edwards G, Cha S, Amato M, Hair E. Treatment-seeking young people enrolled in a United States vaping cessation intervention trial report high frequency of use and nicotine dependence. Preventive Medicine Reports 2023;36:102533 View
  5. McKay F, Chan L, Cerio R, Rickards S, Hastings P, Reakes K, O'Brien T, Dunn M. Assessing the Quality and Behavior Change Potential of Vaping Cessation Apps: Systematic Search and Assessment. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2024;12:e55177 View
  6. Sun Y, Prabhu P, Rahman R, Li D, McIntosh S, Rahman I. e-Cigarette Tobacco Flavors, Public Health, and Toxicity: Narrative Review. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 2024;16:e51991 View
  7. Ma H, Daisy Dai H. Factors associated with intentions to quit vaping and quit attempts among Adolescents: A structural equation modeling approach. Addictive Behaviors 2024:108074 View