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Published on 01.07.16 in Vol 18, No 7 (2016): July

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Works citing "A Social Media mHealth Solution to Address the Needs of Dengue Prevention and Management in Sri Lanka"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4657):

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  1. Early J, Gonzalez C, Gordon-Dseagu V, Robles-Calderon L. Use of Mobile Health (mHealth) Technologies and Interventions Among Community Health Workers Globally: A Scoping Review. Health Promotion Practice 2019;20(6):805
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  2. Chaw LL, Tuah NAA, Idris FI, Wong Yun Yaw J, Naing L. Knowledge and Practice Survey on Zika Virus Infection Among General Adults in Brunei Darussalam. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health 2019;31(4):275
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  3. Abel Mangueira FF, Smania‐Marques R, Dutra Fernandes I, Alves Albino V, Olinda R, Acácia Santos‐Silva T, Traxler J, Matheson D, Santos S. The prevention of arboviral diseases using mobile devices: a preliminary study of the attitudes and behaviour change produced by educational interventions. Tropical Medicine & International Health 2019;24(12):1411
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  4. Lwin MO, Sheldenkar A, Panchapakesan C, Ng JS, Lau J, Jayasundar K, Horathalge K, Rathnayake VS, Crawley AW, Wimalaratne P. Epihack Sri Lanka: development of a mobile surveillance tool for dengue fever. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2019;19(1)
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  5. Babu AN, Niehaus E, Shah S, Unnithan C, Ramkumar PS, Shah J, Binoy VV, Soman B, Arunan MC, Jose CP. Smartphone geospatial apps for dengue control, prevention, prediction, and education: MOSapp, DISapp, and the mosquito perception index (MPI). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 2019;191(S2)
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  6. Panchapakesan C, Sheldenkar A, Wimalaratne P, Wijayamuni R, Lwin MO. Developing a Digital Solution for Dengue Through Epihack: Qualitative Evaluation Study of a Five-Day Health Hackathon in Sri Lanka. JMIR Formative Research 2019;3(3):e11555
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  7. Ahmad S, Asif M, Talib R, Adeel M, Yasir M, Chaudary MH. Surveillance of intensity level and geographical spreading of dengue outbreak among males and females in Punjab, Pakistan: A case study of 2011. Journal of Infection and Public Health 2018;11(4):472
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  8. Ali S, Khan AW, Taylor-Robinson AW, Adnan M, Malik S, Gul S. The unprecedented magnitude of the 2017 dengue outbreak in Sri Lanka provides lessons for future mosquito-borne infection control and prevention. Infection, Disease & Health 2018;23(2):114
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  9. Khan AW, Taylor-Robinson AW. Is Pakistan becoming a safe haven for chikungunya virus? Current status and proposed measures to curtail this emerging public health threat. Infection, Disease & Health 2018;23(4):237
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  10. Lwin MO, Jayasundar K, Sheldenkar A, Wijayamuni R, Wimalaratne P, Ernst KC, Foo S. Lessons From the Implementation of Mo-Buzz, a Mobile Pandemic Surveillance System for Dengue. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(4):e65
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4657)

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  1. Lucena TFR, Velho APM, Dorne VD, Domingues DMG. Mobile Story Making in an Age of Smartphones. 2018. Chapter 14:139
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