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Published on 26.01.11 in Vol 13, No 1 (2011): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Health Literacy and Task Environment Influence Parents' Burden for Data Entry on Child-Specific Health Information: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1612):

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  1. Morris AC, Macdonald A, Moghraby O, Stringaris A, Hayes RD, Simonoff E, Ford T, Downs JM. Sociodemographic factors associated with routine outcome monitoring: a historical cohort study of 28,382 young people accessing child and adolescent mental health services. Child and Adolescent Mental Health 2020;
  2. Chesser AK, Keene Woods N, Wipperman J, Wilson R, Dong F. Health Literacy Assessment of the STOFHLA. Health Education & Behavior 2014;41(1):19
  3. Lakshmanan A, Santo E, McCormick MC, Belfort M. Parental Preference and Ability to Participate in Web-Based Developmental Screening and Surveillance. Clinical Pediatrics 2014;53(13):1278
  4. Porter SC, Guo C, Molino J, Toomey SL, Chan E. The influence of task environment and health literacy on the quality of parent-reported ADHD data. Applied Clinical Informatics 2012;03(01):24