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Published on 22.02.17 in Vol 19, No 2 (2017): February

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Works citing "Enhancing Doctors Competencies in Communication With and Activation of Older Patients: The Promoting Active Aging (PRACTA) Computer-Based Intervention Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.6948):

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  1. Lazarewicz MA, Wlodarczyk D, Chylinska J, Jaworski M, Rzadkiewicz M, Adamus M, Haugan G, Lillefjell M, Espnes GA. Testing a New Tool Assessing Attitude Towards Treatment and Health in Primary Health Care Setting: Senior Patients and Doctors Perspectives. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2018;:140349481878085
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  3. Kranenburg L, Reerds S, Cools M, Alderson J, Muscarella M, Magrite E, Kuiper M, Abdelgaffar S, Balsamo A, Brauner R, Chanoine J, Deeb A, Fechner P, German A, Holterhus P, Juul A, Mendonca B, Neville K, Nordenstrom A, Oostdijk W, Rey R, Rutter M, Shah N, Luo X, Grijpink K, Drop S. Global Application of the Assessment of Communication Skills of Paediatric Endocrinology Fellows in the Management of Differences in Sex Development Using the ESPE E-Learning.Org Portal. Hormone Research in Paediatrics 2017;88(2):127
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  4. Rzadkiewicz M, Chylinska J, Jaworski M, Lazarewicz M, Adamus M, Haugan G, Lillefjell M, Espnes GA, Wlodarczyk D. Activation of older patients through PRACTA intervention for primary healthcare doctors: does the method matter?. European Journal of Public Health 2017;27(6):998
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