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Journal of Medical Internet Research

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Published on 03.12.13 in Vol 15, No 12 (2013): December

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Works citing "Young Men’s Views Toward the Barriers and Facilitators of Internet-Based Chlamydia Trachomatis Screening: Qualitative Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2628):

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  1. Wilson E, Free C, Morris TP, Syred J, Ahamed I, Menon-Johansson AS, Palmer MJ, Barnard S, Rezel E, Baraitser P, Broutet N. Internet-accessed sexually transmitted infection (e-STI) testing and results service: A randomised, single-blind, controlled trial. PLOS Medicine 2017;14(12):e1002479
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  2. Spencer-Hughes V, Syred J, Allison A, Holdsworth G, Baraitser P. Screening for Child Sexual Exploitation in Online Sexual Health Services: An Exploratory Study of Expert Views. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(2):e30
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  3. Wilson E, Free C, Morris TP, Kenward MG, Syred J, Baraitser P. Can Internet-Based Sexual Health Services Increase Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)? Protocol for a Randomized Evaluation of an Internet-Based STI Testing and Results Service. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(1):e9
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  4. O’Connor S, Hanlon P, O’Donnell CA, Garcia S, Glanville J, Mair FS. Understanding factors affecting patient and public engagement and recruitment to digital health interventions: a systematic review of qualitative studies. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2016;16(1)
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  5. Aicken CRH, Fuller SS, Sutcliffe LJ, Estcourt CS, Gkatzidou V, Oakeshott P, Hone K, Sadiq ST, Sonnenberg P, Shahmanesh M. Young people’s perceptions of smartphone-enabled self-testing and online care for sexually transmitted infections: qualitative interview study. BMC Public Health 2016;16(1)
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  6. Lohan M, Aventin , Oliffe JL, Han CS, Bottorff JL. Knowledge Translation in Men’s Health Research: Development and Delivery of Content for Use Online. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e31
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  7. Gkatzidou V, Hone K, Sutcliffe L, Gibbs J, Sadiq ST, Szczepura A, Sonnenberg P, Estcourt C. User interface design for mobile-based sexual health interventions for young people: Design recommendations from a qualitative study on an online Chlamydia clinical care pathway. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2015;15(1)
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  8. Moore Z, Angel D, Bjerregaard J, O'Connor T, McGuiness W, Kröger K, Rasmussen BSB, Yderstrœde KB. eHealth in Wound Care: from conception to implementation. Journal of Wound Care 2015;24(Sup5):S1
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  9. Fuller SS, Mercer CH, Copas AJ, Saunders J, Sutcliffe LJ, Cassell JA, Hart G, Johnson AM, Roberts TE, Jackson LJ, Muniina P, Estcourt CS. The SPORTSMART study: a pilot randomised controlled trial of sexually transmitted infection screening interventions targeting men in football club settings. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2015;91(2):106
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  10. Baraitser P, Syred J, Spencer-Hughes V, Howroyd C, Free C, Holdsworth G. How online sexual health services could work; generating theory to support development. BMC Health Services Research 2015;15(1)
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  11. van Liere GA, Dukers-Muijrers NH, van Bergen JE, Götz HM, Stals F, Hoebe CJ. The added value of chlamydia screening between 2008-2010 in reaching young people in addition to chlamydia testing in regular care; an observational study. BMC Infectious Diseases 2014;14(1)
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