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Published on 10.08.15 in Vol 4, No 3 (2015): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "Patient-Centered mHealth Living Donor Transplant Education Program for African Americans: Development and Analysis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.3715):

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  1. Malkina A, Tuot DS. Role of telehealth in renal replacement therapy education. Seminars in Dialysis 2018;31(2):129
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  2. Wilkins LJ, Nyame YA, Gan V, Lin S, Greene DJ, Flechner SM, Modlin CS. A Contemporary Analysis of Outcomes and Modifiable Risk Factors of Ethnic Disparities in Kidney Transplantation. Journal of the National Medical Association 2018;
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  3. Sieverdes JC, Treiber FA, Mueller M, Nemeth LS, Brunner-Jackson B, Anderson A, Baliga PK. Living Organ Video Educated Donors Program for Kidney Transplant-eligible African Americans to Approach Potential Donors. Transplantation Direct 2018;4(6):e357
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  4. Jandovitz N, Li H, Watts B, Monteiro J, Kohlberg D, Tsapepas D. Telemedicine pharmacy services implementation in organ transplantation at a metropolitan academic medical center. DIGITAL HEALTH 2018;4:205520761878932
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  5. Ruck JM, Henderson ML, Eno AK, Van Pilsum Rasmussen SE, DiBrito SR, Thomas AG, Li R, Singer L, Massie I, Waldram MM, Konel JM, Helfer DR, Garonzik Wang JM, Purnell TS, Mogul DB, Lentine KL, Waterman AD, Segev DL. Use of Twitter in communicating living solid organ donation information to the public: An exploratory study of living donors and transplant professionals. Clinical Transplantation 2018;:e13447
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  6. Vanhoof JMM, Vandenberghe B, Geerts D, Philippaerts P, De Mazière P, DeVito Dabbs A, De Geest S, Dobbels F. Technology Experience of Solid Organ Transplant Patients and Their Overall Willingness to Use Interactive Health Technology. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 2018;50(2):151
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  7. Fleming JN, Taber DJ, McElligott J, McGillicuddy JW, Treiber F. Mobile Health in Solid Organ Transplant: The Time Is Now. American Journal of Transplantation 2017;17(9):2263
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  8. Rodrigue JR, Paek MJ, Schold JD, Pavlakis M, Mandelbrot DA. Predictors and Moderators of Educational Interventions to Increase the Likelihood of Potential Living Donors for Black Patients Awaiting Kidney Transplantation. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 2017;4(5):837
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  9. Sieverdes JC, Price M, Ruggiero KJ, Baliga PK, Chavin KD, Brunner-Jackson B, Patel S, Treiber FA. Design and approach of the Living Organ Video Educated Donors (LOVED) program to promote living kidney donation in African Americans. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2017;61:55
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  10. Abelson JS, Kaufman E, Symer M, Peters A, Charlson M, Yeo H. Barriers and benefits to using mobile health technology after operation: A qualitative study. Surgery 2017;162(3):605
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  11. Nwolise CH, Carey N, Shawe J. Preconception Care Education for Women With Diabetes: A Systematic Review of Conventional and Digital Health Interventions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(11):e291
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.3715)

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  1. Fleming JN, McGillicuddy JW, Treiber FA. Technological Advances in Organ Transplantation. 2017. Chapter 3:63
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