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Published on 11.10.13 in Vol 15, No 10 (2013): October

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Works citing "Internet-Based, Culturally Sensitive, Problem-Solving Therapy for Turkish Migrants With Depression: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2853):

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  1. Eylem O, van Bergen DD, Rathod S, van Straten A, Bhui K, Kerkhof AJFM. Canına kıymak– ‘crushing life energy’: a qualitative study on lay and professional understandings of suicide and help-seeking among Turkish migrants in the UK and in the Netherlands. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health 2016;9(2):182
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  3. Eylem O, van Straten A, Bhui K, Kerkhof AJ. Protocol: Reducing suicidal ideation among Turkish migrants in the Netherlands and in the UK: Effectiveness of an online intervention. International Review of Psychiatry 2015;27(1):72
  4. Choi I, Sharpe L, Li S, Hunt C. Acceptability of psychological treatment to Chinese- and Caucasian-Australians: Internet treatment reduces barriers but face-to-face care is preferred. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 2015;50(1):77
  5. Ünlü Ince B, Cuijpers P, van 't Hof E, Riper H. Reaching and recruiting Turkish migrants for a clinical trial through Facebook: A process evaluation. Internet Interventions 2014;1(2):74
  6. Saddichha S, Al-Desouki M, Lamia A, Linden IA, Krausz M. Online interventions for depression and anxiety – a systematic review. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 2014;2(1):841