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Published on 19.03.14 in Vol 3, No 1 (2014): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "A Smartphone-Based Pain Management App for Adolescents With Cancer: Establishing System Requirements and a Pain Care Algorithm Based on Literature Review, Interviews, and Consensus"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.3041):

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  1. Naderi H, Etminani K. What Android mHealth Apps in Iranian App Store ‘Cafebazaar’ Have More Chance of Download. Shiraz E-Medical Journal 2018;In Press(In Press)
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  2. Jimoh F, Lund EK, Harvey LJ, Frost C, Lay WJ, Roe MA, Berry R, Finglas PM. Comparing Diet and Exercise Monitoring Using Smartphone App and Paper Diary: A Two-Phase Intervention Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(1):e17
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  3. Davis S, Peters D, Calvo R, Sawyer S, Foster J, Smith L. “Kiss myAsthma”: Using a participatory design approach to develop a self-management app with young people with asthma. Journal of Asthma 2018;55(9):1018
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  4. Jibb LA, Stevens BJ, Nathan PC, Seto E, Cafazzo JA, Johnston DL, Hum V, Stinson JN. Perceptions of Adolescents With Cancer Related to a Pain Management App and Its Evaluation: Qualitative Study Nested Within a Multicenter Pilot Feasibility Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(4):e80
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  5. Iacobelli F, Adler RF, Buitrago D, Buscemi J, Corden ME, Perez-Tamayo A, Penedo FJ, Rodriguez M, Yanez BR. Designing an mHealth application to bridge health disparities in Latina breast cancer survivors: a community-supported design approach. Design for Health 2018;2(1):58
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  6. Abraham O, Wytiaz RM, Feathers AM. Paediatric use of medications and adherence apps: a qualitative analysis of the perspectives of children and parents. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research 2018;
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  9. Jibb LA, Stevens BJ, Nathan PC, Seto E, Cafazzo JA, Johnston DL, Hum V, Stinson JN. Implementation and preliminary effectiveness of a real-time pain management smartphone app for adolescents with cancer: A multicenter pilot clinical study. Pediatric Blood & Cancer 2017;64(10):e26554
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  10. Pérez-García E. Viabilidad de una intervención basada en la web y en la telefonía móvil para apoyar el autocuidado en pacientes ambulatorios con dolor por cáncer. Enfermería Clínica 2017;27(2):132
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  11. Jibb LA, Cafazzo JA, Nathan PC, Seto E, Stevens BJ, Nguyen C, Stinson JN. Development of a mHealth Real-Time Pain Self-Management App for Adolescents With Cancer: An Iterative Usability Testing Study . Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 2017;34(4):283
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  12. Pennell NA, Dicker AP, Tran C, Jim HSL, Schwartz DL, Stepanski EJ. mHealth: Mobile Technologies to Virtually Bring the Patient Into an Oncology Practice. American Society of Clinical Oncology Educational Book 2017;(37):144
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  13. Thomas K, Martin T, Gao A, Ahn C, Wilhelm H, Schwartz DL. Interruptions of Head and Neck Radiotherapy Across Insured and Indigent Patient Populations. Journal of Oncology Practice 2017;13(4):e319
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  14. Miah SJ, Hasan N, Hasan R, Gammack J. Healthcare support for underserved communities using a mobile social media platform. Information Systems 2017;66:1
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  15. Sun Y, Jiang F, Gu JJ, Wang YK, Hua H, Li J, Cheng Z, Liao Z, Huang Q, Hu W, Ding G. Development and Testing of an Intelligent Pain Management System (IPMS) on Mobile Phones Through a Randomized Trial Among Chinese Cancer Patients: A New Approach in Cancer Pain Management. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(7):e108
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  16. Peters D, Davis S, Calvo RA, Sawyer SM, Smith L, Foster JM. Young People’s Preferences for an Asthma Self-Management App Highlight Psychological Needs: A Participatory Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(4):e113
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  21. Darlow S, Wen K. Development testing of mobile health interventions for cancer patient self-management: A review. Health Informatics Journal 2016;22(3):633
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  22. Wang J, Yao N, Shen M, Zhang X, Wang Y, Liu Y, Geng Z, Yuan C. Supporting Caregivers of Children With Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia via a Smartphone App. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2016;34(11):520
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  23. Pham Q, Wiljer D, Cafazzo JA. Beyond the Randomized Controlled Trial: A Review of Alternatives in mHealth Clinical Trial Methods. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(3):e107
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  24. Stinson JN, Jibb LA, Greenberg M, Barrera M, Luca S, White ME, Gupta A. A Qualitative Study of the Impact of Cancer on Romantic Relationships, Sexual Relationships, and Fertility: Perspectives of Canadian Adolescents and Parents During and After Treatment. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology 2015;4(2):84
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  25. Bush NE, Wheeler WM. Personal Technology Use by U.S. Military Service Members and Veterans: An Update. Telemedicine and e-Health 2015;21(4):245
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  26. Stinson JN, Jibb LA, Nguyen C, Nathan PC, Maloney AM, Dupuis LL, Gerstle JT, Hopyan S, Alman BA, Strahlendorf C, Portwine C, Johnston DL. Construct validity and reliability of a real-time multidimensional smartphone app to assess pain in children and adolescents with cancer. PAIN 2015;156(12):2607
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  27. van Rooij T, Rix S, Moore JB, Marsh S. A Bridging Opportunities Work-frame to develop mobile applications for clinical decision making. Future Science OA 2015;1(3)
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  28. Glassman NR, Glassman AG. It Can Be More than Just Fun and Games: Health and Science Apps for Kids. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2015;12(4):220
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.3041)

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  1. Hartley C, Slater R. Neuroimaging of Pain. 2017. Chapter 18:485
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  2. Silva AG, Queirós A, Caravau H, Ferreira A, Rocha NP. Encyclopedia of E-Health and Telemedicine. 2016. chapter 31:383
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