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Published on 24.04.15 in Vol 17, No 4 (2015): April

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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4164):

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  9. Bhattarai P, Newton-John TRO, Phillips JL. Quality and Usability of Arthritic Pain Self-Management Apps for Older Adults: A Systematic Review. Pain Medicine 2018;19(3):471
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  10. Schweier R, Grande G, Richter C, Riedel-Heller SG, Romppel M. In-depth statistical analysis of the use of a website providing patients’ narratives on lifestyle change when living with chronic back pain or coronary heart disease. Patient Education and Counseling 2018;101(7):1283
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  11. Brom C, Hannemann T, Stárková T, Bromová E, Děchtěrenko F. The role of cultural background in the personalization principle: Five experiments with Czech learners. Computers & Education 2017;112:37
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  12. Diviani N, Meppelink CS. The impact of recommendations and warnings on the quality evaluation of health websites: An online experiment. Computers in Human Behavior 2017;71:122
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  13. Nguyen MH, van Weert JCM, Bol N, Loos EF, Tytgat KMAJ, van de Ven AWH, Smets EMA. Tailoring the Mode of Information Presentation: Effects on Younger and Older Adults' Attention and Recall of Online Information. Human Communication Research 2017;43(1):102
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  16. Danila MI, Outman RC, Rahn EJ, Mudano AS, Thomas TF, Redden DT, Allison JJ, Anderson FA, Anderson JP, Cram PM, Curtis JR, Fraenkel L, Greenspan SL, LaCroix AZ, Majumdar SR, Miller MJ, Nieves JW, Safford MM, Silverman SL, Siris ES, Solomon DH, Warriner AH, Watts NB, Yood RA, Saag KG. A multi-modal intervention for Activating Patients at Risk for Osteoporosis (APROPOS): Rationale, design, and uptake of online study intervention material. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications 2016;4:14
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  1. Meade CD, Christy SM, Gwede CK. Geriatric Oncology. 2020. Chapter 21:991
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  2. Meade CD, Christy SM, Gwede CK. Geriatric Oncology. 2018. Chapter 21-1:1
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