Published on 21.04.15 in Vol 4, No 2 (2015): Apr-Jun
Works citing "A Shared Mealtime Approach to Improving Social and Nutritional Functioning Among Older Adults Living Alone: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial"
According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.4050):
(note that this is only a small subset of citations)
- Husted MM, Beck AM, Ulrikkeholm LK. A cluster randomised feasibility pilot trial evaluating involving community-dwelling older adults in activities in relation to meals in a rehabilitation program; recruitment, data collection and protocol. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 2018;4(1)CrossRef
- Welch D, Ndanyo LS, Brown S, Agyapong-Badu S, Warner M, Stokes M, Samuel D. Thigh muscle and subcutaneous tissue thickness measured using ultrasound imaging in older females living in extended care: a preliminary study. Aging Clinical and Experimental Research 2018;30(5):463CrossRef
- McHugh Power JE, Lee O, Aspell N, McCormack E, Loftus M, Connolly L, Lawlor B, Brennan S. RelAte: pilot study of the effects of a mealtime intervention on social cognitive factors and energy intake among older adults living alone. British Journal of Nutrition 2016;116(9):1573CrossRef
- Hong YA, Goldberg D, Ory MG, Towne Jr SD, Forjuoh SN, Kellstedt D, Wang S. Efficacy of a Mobile-Enabled Web App (iCanFit) in Promoting Physical Activity Among Older Cancer Survivors: A Pilot Study. JMIR Cancer 2015;1(1):e7CrossRef