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Published on 05.06.14 in Vol 16, No 6 (2014): June

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Works citing "The Behavioral Intervention Technology Model: An Integrated Conceptual and Technological Framework for eHealth and mHealth Interventions"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3077):

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  1. Iribarren SJ, Sward KA, Beck SL, Pearce PF, Thurston D, Chirico C. Qualitative Evaluation of a Text Messaging Intervention to Support Patients With Active Tuberculosis: Implementation Considerations. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2015;3(1):e21
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  2. Heckman BW, Mathew AR, Carpenter MJ. Treatment Burden and Treatment Fatigue as Barriers to Health. Current Opinion in Psychology 2015;
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  3. 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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  4. Forchuk C, Donelle L, Ethridge P, Warner L. Client Perceptions of the Mental Health Engagement Network: A Secondary Analysis of an Intervention Using Smartphones and Desktop Devices for Individuals Experiencing Mood or Psychotic Disorders in Canada. JMIR Mental Health 2015;2(1):e1
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  5. Danaher BG, Brendryen H, Seeley JR, Tyler MS, Woolley T. From black box to toolbox: Outlining device functionality, engagement activities, and the pervasive information architecture of mHealth interventions. Internet Interventions 2015;2(1):91
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  6. Crutzen R. The Behavioral Intervention Technology Model and Intervention Mapping: The Best of Both Worlds. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(8):e188
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  7. Wilhelmsen M, Høifødt RS, Kolstrup N, Waterloo K, Eisemann M, Chenhall R, Risør MB. Norwegian General Practitioners’ Perspectives on Implementation of a Guided Web-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(9):e208
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