Published on 27.09.16 in Vol 18, No 9 (2016): September
Works citing "Post-9/11 Veterans and Their Partners Improve Mental Health Outcomes with a Self-directed Mobile and Web-based Wellness Training Program: A Randomized Controlled Trial"
According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5800):
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- Little JR, Pavliscsak HH, Cooper MR, Goldstein LA, Fonda SJ. Does Mobile Care (‘mCare’) Improve Quality of Life and Treatment Satisfaction Among Service Members Rehabilitating in the Community? Results from a 36-Wk, Randomized Controlled Trial. Military Medicine 2018;183(3-4):e148CrossRef
- Dalton J, Thomas S, Melton H, Harden M, Eastwood A. The provision of services in the UK for UK armed forces veterans with PTSD: a rapid evidence synthesis. Health Services and Delivery Research 2018;6(11):1CrossRef
- Ng A, Reddy M, Zalta AK, Schueller SM. Veterans' Perspectives on Fitbit Use in Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An Interview Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;CrossRef
- Kizakevich PN, Eckhoff R, Brown J, Tueller SJ, Weimer B, Bell S, Weeks A, Hourani LL, Spira JL, King LA. PHIT for Duty, a Mobile Application for Stress Reduction, Sleep Improvement, and Alcohol Moderation . Military Medicine 2018;183(suppl_1):353CrossRef