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Published on 06.05.13 in Vol 2, No 1 (2013): Jan-Jun

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  4. McIntosh J, Jay S, Hadden N, Whittaker P. Do E-health interventions improve physical activity in young people: a systematic review. Public Health 2017;148:140
  5. Fucito LM, DeMartini KS, Hanrahan TH, Whittemore R, Yaggi HK, Redeker NS. Perceptions of Heavy-Drinking College Students About a Sleep and Alcohol Health Intervention. Behavioral Sleep Medicine 2015;13(5):395
  6. Beaujean D, van Velsen L, van Gemert - Pijnen JE, Maat A, van Steenbergen JE, Crutzen R. Using Risk Group Profiles as a Lightweight Qualitative Approach for Intervention Development: An Example of Prevention of Tick Bites and Lyme Disease. JMIR Research Protocols 2013;2(2):e45