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Published on 20.04.16 in Vol 18, No 4 (2016): April

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Works citing "Evaluation of QuitNow Men: An Online, Men-Centered Smoking Cessation Intervention"

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  1. De Boni RB, Veloso VG, Fernandes NM, Lessa F, Corrêa RG, Lima RDS, Cruz M, Oliveira J, Nogueira SM, de Jesus B, Reis T, Lentini N, Miranda RL, Bingham T, Johnson CC, Barbosa Junior A, Grinsztejn B. An Internet-Based HIV Self-Testing Program to Increase HIV Testing Uptake Among Men Who Have Sex With Men in Brazil: Descriptive Cross-Sectional Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e14145
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  2. Rivas C, Tkacz D, Antao L, Mentzakis E, Gordon M, Anstee S, Giordano R. Automated analysis of free-text comments and dashboard representations in patient experience surveys: a multimethod co-design study. Health Services and Delivery Research 2019;7(23):1
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  3. Sharp P, Bottorff JL, Hunt K, Oliffe JL, Johnson ST, Dudley L, Caperchione CM. Men’s Perspectives of a Gender-Sensitized Health Promotion Program Targeting Healthy Eating, Active Living, and Social Connectedness. American Journal of Men's Health 2018;12(6):2157
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  4. Punjani N, Flannigan R, Oliffe JL, McCreary DR, Black N, Goldenberg SL. Unhealthy Behaviors Among Canadian Men Are Predictors of Comorbidities: Implications for Clinical Practice. American Journal of Men's Health 2018;12(6):2183
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  5. Glowacka M, Yardley L, Stone N, Graham CA. Feasibility and Preliminary Effectiveness of the Homework Intervention Strategy (eHIS) Program to Enhance Male Condom Use: Research Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(1):e1
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  6. Cha S, Ganz O, Cohn AM, Ehlke SJ, Graham AL. Feasibility of biochemical verification in a web-based smoking cessation study. Addictive Behaviors 2017;73:204
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  7. Bottorff JL, Oliffe JL, Sarbit G, Caperchione C, Clark M, Anand A, Howay K. Assessing the feasibility, acceptability and potential effectiveness of an integrated approach to smoking cessation for new and expectant fathers: The Dads in Gear study protocol. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2017;54:77
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