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Published on 21.08.18 in Vol 20, No 8 (2018): August

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Works citing "A Web-Based Acceptance-Facilitating Intervention for Identifying Patients' Acceptance, Uptake, and Adherence of Internet- and Mobile-Based Pain Interventions: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.9925):

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  1. Apolinário-Hagen J, Menzel M, Hennemann S, Salewski C. Acceptance of Mobile Health Apps for Disease Management Among People With Multiple Sclerosis: Web-Based Survey Study. JMIR Formative Research 2018;2(2):e11977
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  2. Schuster R, Topooco N, Keller A, Radvogin E, Laireiter A. Advantages and disadvantages of online and blended therapy: Replication and extension of findings on psychotherapists' appraisals. Internet Interventions 2020;21:100326
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  3. Harrer M, Adam SH, Messner E, Baumeister H, Cuijpers P, Bruffaerts R, Auerbach RP, Kessler RC, Jacobi C, Taylor CB, Ebert DD. Prevention of eating disorders at universities: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. International Journal of Eating Disorders 2020;53(6):813
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  4. Schlicker S, Baumeister H, Buntrock C, Sander L, Paganini S, Lin J, Berking M, Lehr D, Ebert DD. A Web- and Mobile-Based Intervention for Comorbid, Recurrent Depression in Patients With Chronic Back Pain on Sick Leave (Get.Back): Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial on Feasibility, User Satisfaction, and Effectiveness. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(4):e16398
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  5. Lin J, Wurst R, Paganini S, Hohberg V, Kinkel S, Göhner W, Ramsenthaler C, Fuchs R. A group- and smartphone-based psychological intervention to increase and maintain physical activity in patients with musculoskeletal conditions: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial (“MoVo-App”). Trials 2020;21(1)
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  6. Batterham PJ, Calear AL, Sunderland M, Kay-Lambkin F, Farrer LM, Gulliver A. A brief intervention to increase uptake and adherence of an online program for depression and anxiety: Protocol for the Enhancing Engagement with Psychosocial Interventions (EEPI) Randomized Controlled Trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2019;78:107
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  7. Curtis AC, Satre DD, Sarovar V, Wamsley M, Ly K, Satterfield J. A mobile app to promote alcohol and drug SBIRT skill translation among multi-disciplinary health care trainees: Results of a randomized controlled trial. Substance Abuse 2019;:1
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  8. Ledel Solem IK, Varsi C, Eide H, Kristjansdottir OB, Mirkovic J, Børøsund E, Haaland-Øverby M, Heldal K, Schreurs KM, Waxenberg LB, Weiss KE, Morrison EJ, Solberg Nes L. Patients’ Needs and Requirements for eHealth Pain Management Interventions: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(4):e13205
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  9. Braun L, Titzler I, Ebert DD, Buntrock C, Terhorst Y, Freund J, Thielecke J, Baumeister H. Clinical and cost-effectiveness of guided internet-based interventions in the indicated prevention of depression in green professions (PROD-A): study protocol of a 36-month follow-up pragmatic randomized controlled trial. BMC Psychiatry 2019;19(1)
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  10. Lamela D, Cabral J, Coelho S, Jongenelen I. Personal stigma, determinants of intention to use technology, and acceptance of internet-based psychological interventions for depression. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2020;136:104076
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  11. Ebert DD, Mortier P, Kaehlke F, Bruffaerts R, Baumeister H, Auerbach RP, Alonso J, Vilagut G, Martínez KU, Lochner C, Cuijpers P, Kuechler A, Green J, Hasking P, Lapsley C, Sampson NA, Kessler RC. Barriers of mental health treatment utilization among first‐year college students: First cross‐national results from the WHO World Mental Health International College Student Initiative. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research 2019;28(2):e1782
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.9925):

  1. Ebert DD, Harrer M, Apolinário-Hagen J, Baumeister H. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 2019. Chapter 29:583
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  2. Messner E, Probst T, O’Rourke T, Stoyanov S, Baumeister H. Digital Phenotyping and Mobile Sensing. 2019. Chapter 15:235
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