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Published on 15.12.10 in Vol 12, No 4 (2010): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Evaluation of a Web-based Intervention Providing Tailored Advice for Self-management of Minor Respiratory Symptoms: Exploratory Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1599):

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  1. Little P, Stuart B, Andreou P, McDermott L, Joseph J, Mullee M, Moore M, Broomfield S, Thomas T, Yardley L. Primary care randomised controlled trial of a tailored interactive website for the self-management of respiratory infections (Internet Doctor). BMJ Open 2016;6(4):e009769
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  2. Aujla N, Walker M, Sprigg N, Abrams K, Massey A, Vedhara K. Can illness beliefs, from the common-sense model, prospectively predict adherence to self-management behaviours? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychology & Health 2016;:1
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  3. Greenwell K, Sereda M, Coulson N, El Refaie A, Hoare DJ. A systematic review of techniques and effects of self-help interventions for tinnitus: Application of taxonomies from health psychology. International Journal of Audiology 2016;:1
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  4. Yardley L, Morrison L, Bradbury K, Muller I. The Person-Based Approach to Intervention Development: Application to Digital Health-Related Behavior Change Interventions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e30
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  5. Kelly L, Ziebland S, Jenkinson C. Measuring the effects of online health information: Scale validation for the e-Health Impact Questionnaire. Patient Education and Counseling 2015;98(11):1418
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  6. Morrison L, Moss-Morris R, Michie S, Yardley L. Optimizing engagement with Internet-based health behaviour change interventions: Comparison of self-assessment with and without tailored feedback using a mixed methods approach. British Journal of Health Psychology 2014;19(4):839
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  7. Everitt H, Moss-Morris R, Sibelli A, Tapp L, Coleman N, Yardley L, Smith P, Little P. Management of irritable bowel syndrome in primary care: the results of an exploratory randomised controlled trial of mebeverine, methylcellulose, placebo and a self-management website. BMC Gastroenterology 2013;13(1):68
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  8. Yardley L, Douglas E, Anthierens S, Tonkin-Crine S, O’Reilly G, Stuart B, Geraghty AWA, Arden-Close E, van der Velden AW, Goosens H, Verheij TJ, Butler CC, Francis NA, Little P. Evaluation of a web-based intervention to reduce antibiotic prescribing for LRTI in six European countries: quantitative process analysis of the GRACE/INTRO randomised controlled trial. Implementation Science 2013;8(1):134
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  9. Mathieu E, McGeechan K, Barratt A, Herbert R. Internet-based randomized controlled trials: a systematic review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2013;20(3):568
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  10. Michie S, Brown J, Geraghty AWA, Miller S, Yardley L, Gardner B, Shahab L, McEwen A, Stapleton JA, West R. Development of StopAdvisor. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2012;2(3):263
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  11. Johansen MA, Henriksen E, Horsch A, Schuster T, Berntsen GKR. Electronic Symptom Reporting Between Patient and Provider for Improved Health Care Service Quality: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials. Part 1: State of the Art. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(5):e118
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  12. Johansen MA, Berntsen GKR, Schuster T, Henriksen E, Horsch A. Electronic Symptom Reporting Between Patient and Provider for Improved Health Care Service Quality: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials. Part 2: Methodological Quality and Effects. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(5):e126
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