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Published on 30.04.15 in Vol 4, No 2 (2015): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Development of an Online Well-Being Intervention for Young People: An Evaluation Protocol"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.4098):

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  1. Teixeira SMA, Coelho JCF, Sequeira CADC, Lluch i Canut MT, Ferré-Grau C. The effectiveness of positive mental health programs in adults: A systematic review. Health & Social Care in the Community 2019;
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  2. Kim BY, Sharafoddini A, Tran N, Wen EY, Lee J. Consumer Mobile Apps for Potential Drug-Drug Interaction Check: Systematic Review and Content Analysis Using the Mobile App Rating Scale (MARS). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(3):e74
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  3. Antezana G, Venning A, Blake V, Smith D, Winsall M, Orlowski S, Bidargaddi N. An evaluation of behaviour change techniques in health and lifestyle mobile applications. Health Informatics Journal 2018;:146045821881372
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  4. Bidargaddi N, Musiat P, Winsall M, Vogl G, Blake V, Quinn S, Orlowski S, Antezana G, Schrader G. Efficacy of a Web-Based Guided Recommendation Service for a Curated List of Readily Available Mental Health and Well-Being Mobile Apps for Young People: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(5):e141
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  5. Musiat P, Winsall M, Orlowski S, Antezana G, Schrader G, Battersby M, Bidargaddi N. Paid and Unpaid Online Recruitment for Health Interventions in Young Adults. Journal of Adolescent Health 2016;59(6):662
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  6. Anderson K, Burford O, Emmerton L, van Ooijen PM. Mobile Health Apps to Facilitate Self-Care: A Qualitative Study of User Experiences. PLOS ONE 2016;11(5):e0156164
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