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Published on 03.09.13 in Vol 15, No 9 (2013): September

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Works citing "New Media Use by Patients Who Are Homeless: The Potential of mHealth to Build Connectivity"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2724):

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  1. Zhang J, Calabrese C, Ding J, Liu M, Zhang B. Advantages and challenges in using mobile apps for field experiments: A systematic review and a case study. Mobile Media & Communication 2018;6(2):179
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  2. Salhi BA, White MH, Pitts SR, Wright DW, Mitchell AM. Homelessness and Emergency Medicine: A Review of the Literature. Academic Emergency Medicine 2018;25(5):577
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  3. Cvrkel T. The ethics of mHealth: Moving forward. Journal of Dentistry 2018;74:S15
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  4. Baggett TP, Liauw SS, Hwang SW. Cardiovascular Disease and Homelessness. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2018;71(22):2585
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  5. Rogers ES, Friedes R, Jakes A, Grossman E, Link A, Sherman SE. Long-term abstinence and predictors of tobacco treatment uptake among hospitalized smokers with serious mental illness enrolled in a smoking cessation trial. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2017;40(5):750
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  6. Longo J, Kuras E, Smith H, Hondula DM, Johnston E. Technology Use, Exposure to Natural Hazards, and Being Digitally Invisible: Implications for Policy Analytics. Policy & Internet 2017;9(1):76
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  7. Jennings L, Lee N, Shore D, Strohminger N, Allison B, Conserve DF, Cheskin LJ. U.S. Minority Homeless Youth’s Access to and Use of Mobile Phones: Implications for mHealth Intervention Design. Journal of Health Communication 2016;21(7):725
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  8. Odone A, Ferrari A, Spagnoli F, Visciarelli S, Shefer A, Pasquarella C, Signorelli C. Effectiveness of interventions that apply new media to improve vaccine uptake and vaccine coverage. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2015;11(1):72
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  9. Chin TL, Moore EE, Coors ME, Chandler JG, Ghasabyan A, Harr JN, Stringham JR, Ramos CR, Ammons S, Banerjee A, Sauaia A. Exploring ethical conflicts in emergency trauma research: The COMBAT (Control of Major Bleeding after Trauma) study experience. Surgery 2015;157(1):10
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  10. Post LA, Vaca FE, Biroscak BJ, Dziura J, Brandt C, Bernstein SL, Taylor R, Jagminas L, D'Onofrio G. The Prevalence and Characteristics of Emergency Medicine Patient Use of New Media. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2015;3(3):e72
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  11. Mackelprang JL, Qiu Q, Rivara FP. Predictors of Emergency Department Visits and Inpatient Admissions Among Homeless and Unstably Housed Adolescents and Young Adults. Medical Care 2015;53(12):1010
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  12. Asgary R, Sckell B, Alcabes A, Naderi R, Adongo P, Ogedegbe G. Perceptions, Attitudes, and Experience Regarding mHealth Among Homeless Persons in New York City Shelters. Journal of Health Communication 2015;20(12):1473
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  13. Borrelli B. Borrelli Responds. American Journal of Public Health 2015;105(2):e3
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  14. Bouri N, Ravi S. Going Mobile: How Mobile Personal Health Records Can Improve Health Care During Emergencies. JMIR mhealth and uhealth 2014;2(1):e8
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  15. Ben-Zeev D, Brenner CJ, Begale M, Duffecy J, Mohr DC, Mueser KT. Feasibility, Acceptability, and Preliminary Efficacy of a Smartphone Intervention for Schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2014;40(6):1244
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2724)

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  1. Dutta MJ, Kaur-Gill S, Tan N, Lam C. mHealth Innovation in Asia. 2018. Chapter 6:91
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