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Works citing "Short Message Service (SMS) Applications for Disease Prevention in Developing Countries"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1823):

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  1. Lau Y, Cassidy T, Hacking D, Brittain K, Haricharan H, Heap M. Antenatal health promotion via short message service at a Midwife Obstetrics Unit in South Africa: a mixed methods study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2014;14(1):284
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  2. Chib A, van Velthoven MH, Car J. mHealth Adoption in Low-Resource Environments: A Review of the Use of Mobile Healthcare in Developing Countries. Journal of Health Communication 2014;:1
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  3. Brian RM, Ben-Zeev D. Mobile health (mHealth) for mental health in Asia: Objectives, strategies, and limitations. Asian Journal of Psychiatry 2014;10:96
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  4. Garcia C, Hardeman RR, Kwon G, Lando-King E, Zhang L, Genis T, Brady SS, Kinder E. Teenagers and Texting: Use of a Youth Ecological Momentary Assessment System in Trajectory Health Research With Latina Adolescents. JMIR mhealth and uhealth 2014;2(1):e3
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  5. Bigna JJR, Noubiap JJN, Kouanfack C, Plottel CS, Koulla-Shiro S. Effect of mobile phone reminders on follow-up medical care of children exposed to or infected with HIV in Cameroon (MORE CARE): a multicentre, single-blind, factorial, randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Infectious Diseases 2014;14(7):600
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  6. Mbabazi WB, Tabu CW, Chemirmir C, Kisia J, Ali N, Corkum MG, Bartley GL. Innovations in communication technologies for measles supplemental immunization activities: lessons from Kenya measles vaccination campaign, November 2012. Health Policy and Planning 2014;
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  7. Silva BMC, Rodrigues JJPC, Canelo F, Lopes IMC, Lloret J. Towards a cooperative security system for mobile-health applications. Electronic Commerce Research 2014;
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  8. Lund S, Nielsen BB, Hemed M, Boas IM, Said A, Said K, Makungu MH, Rasch V. Mobile phones improve antenatal care attendance in Zanzibar: a cluster randomized controlled trial. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2014;14(1):29
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  9. Kannisto KA, Koivunen MH, Välimäki MA. Use of Mobile Phone Text Message Reminders in Health Care Services: A Narrative Literature Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(10):e222
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  10. Vilardaga R, B. Bricker J, G. McDonell M. The promise of mobile technologies and single case designs for the study of individuals in their natural environment. Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 2014;3(2):148
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  11. Kliner M, Knight A, Mamvura C, Wright J, Walley J. Using no-cost mobile phone reminders to improve attendance for HIV test results: a pilot study in rural Swaziland. Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2013;2(1):12
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  12. Wakadha H, Chandir S, Were EV, Rubin A, Obor D, Levine OS, Gibson DG, Odhiambo F, Laserson KF, Feikin DR. The feasibility of using mobile-phone based SMS reminders and conditional cash transfers to improve timely immunization in rural Kenya. Vaccine 2013;31(6):987
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  13. Silva BM, Rodrigues JJ, Canelo F, Lopes IC, Zhou L. A Data Encryption Solution for Mobile Health Apps in Cooperation Environments. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(4):e66
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  14. Kumar S, Nilsen WJ, Abernethy A, Atienza A, Patrick K, Pavel M, Riley WT, Shar A, Spring B, Spruijt-Metz D, Hedeker D, Honavar V, Kravitz R, Craig Lefebvre R, Mohr DC, Murphy SA, Quinn C, Shusterman V, Swendeman D. Mobile Health Technology Evaluation. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2013;45(2):228
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  15. McInnes DK, Li AE, Hogan TP. Opportunities for Engaging Low-Income, Vulnerable Populations in Health Care: A Systematic Review of Homeless Persons’ Access to and Use of Information Technologies. American Journal of Public Health 2013;103(S2):e11
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  16. Nieuwlaat R, Schwalm J, Khatib R, Yusuf S. Why are we failing to implement effective therapies in cardiovascular disease?. European Heart Journal 2013;34(17):1262
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  17. Amicizia D, Domnich A, Gasparini R, Bragazzi NL, Lai PL, Panatto D. An overview of current and potential use of information and communication technologies for immunization promotion among adolescents. Human vaccines & immunotherapeutics 2013;9(12):2634
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  18. Rai A, Chen L, Pye J, Baird A. Understanding Determinants of Consumer Mobile Health Usage Intentions, Assimilation, and Channel Preferences. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(8):e149
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  19. Kaufman N. Using Health Information Technology to Prevent and Treat Diabetes. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics 2013;15(S1):S-60
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  20. Källander K, Tibenderana JK, Akpogheneta OJ, Strachan DL, Hill Z, ten Asbroek AHA, Conteh L, Kirkwood BR, Meek SR. Mobile Health (mHealth) Approaches and Lessons for Increased Performance and Retention of Community Health Workers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(1):e17
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  21. Chen C, Haddad D, Selsky J, Hoffman JE, Kravitz RL, Estrin DE, Sim I. Making Sense of Mobile Health Data: An Open Architecture to Improve Individual- and Population-Level Health. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(4):e112
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  1. Hai-Jew S. Human Rights and the Impact of ICT in the Public Sphere. 2014. chapter 7:94
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