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Published on 30.07.09 in Vol 11, No 3 (2009): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "Nationwide Implementation of Hello World: A Dutch Email-Based Health Promotion Program for Pregnant Women"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1183):

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  1. Kennedy RAK, Reynolds CME, Cawley S, O’Malley E, McCartney DM, Turner MJ. A web-based dietary intervention in early pregnancy and neonatal outcomes: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Public Health 2019;41(2):371
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  2. Overdijkink SB, Velu AV, Rosman AN, van Beukering MD, Kok M, Steegers-Theunissen RP. The Usability and Effectiveness of Mobile Health Technology–Based Lifestyle and Medical Intervention Apps Supporting Health Care During Pregnancy: Systematic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(4):e109
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  3. Velu AV, van Beukering MD, Schaafsma FG, Frings-Dresen MH, Mol BW, van der Post JA, Kok M. Barriers and Facilitators for the Use of a Medical Mobile App to Prevent Work-Related Risks in Pregnancy: A Qualitative Analysis. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(8):e163
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  4. Sharifian R, Fallahnejad E, Niknam F. The Importance of Internet-based Educational and Clinical Interventions and Social Networks in Pregnant Women. Women's Health Bulletin 2016;4(2)
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  5. Uesugi KH, Dattilo AM, Black MM, Saavedra JM. Design of a Digital-Based, Multicomponent Nutrition Guidance System for Prevention of Early Childhood Obesity. Journal of Obesity 2016;2016:1
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  6. Peragallo Urrutia R, Berger AA, Ivins AA, Beckham AJ, Thorp Jr JM, Nicholson WK. Internet Use and Access Among Pregnant Women via Computer and Mobile Phone: Implications for Delivery of Perinatal Care. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2015;3(1):e25
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  7. Kothe EJ, Mullan BA. Factors affecting acceptability of an email-based intervention to increase fruit and vegetable consumption. BMC Public Health 2014;14(1)
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  8. O'Brien OA, McCarthy M, Gibney ER, McAuliffe FM. Technology-supported dietary and lifestyle interventions in healthy pregnant women: a systematic review. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2014;68(7):760
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  9. Seguranyes G, Costa D, Fuentelsaz-Gallego C, Beneit JV, Carabantes D, Gómez-Moreno C, Palacio-Tauste A, Pauli A, Abella M. Efficacy of a videoconferencing intervention compared with standard postnatal care at primary care health centres in Catalonia. Midwifery 2014;30(6):764
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  10. Robroek SJ, Lindeboom DE, Burdorf A. Initial and Sustained Participation in an Internet-delivered Long-term Worksite Health Promotion Program on Physical Activity and Nutrition. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(2):e43
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  11. van Dongen JM, van Poppel MN, Milder IE, van Oers HA, Brug J. Exploring the reach and program use of hello world, an email-based health promotion program for pregnant women in the Netherlands. BMC Research Notes 2012;5(1):514
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  12. While A, Dewsbury G. Nursing and information and communication technology (ICT): A discussion of trends and future directions. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2011;48(10):1302
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