Published on 18.12.17 in Vol 6, No 12 (2017): December
Works citing "An Intervention Delivered by App Instant Messaging to Increase Acceptability and Use of Effective Contraception Among Young Women in Bolivia: Protocol of a Randomized Controlled Trial"
According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.8679):
(note that this is only a small subset of citations)
- Xie R, Tan H, Taljaard M, Liao Y, Krewski D, Du Q, Wen SW. An assessment of impact of maternal education through text messaging: results from a cluster randomized trial in rural China (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;CrossRef
- Soeiro ADM, Leal TDCAT, Bossa AS, Soeiro MCFDA, Serrano Jr CV, Oliveira Jr MT. CardioER® - Using smartphone medical applications as an aid to clinical decision-making – are we ready for this?. Revista da Associação Médica Brasileira 2018;64(8):658CrossRef
- McCarthy OL, Wazwaz O, Osorio Calderon V, Jado I, Saibov S, Stavridis A, López Gallardo J, Tokhirov R, Adada S, Huaynoca S, Makleff S, Vandewiele M, Standaert S, Free C. Development of an intervention delivered by mobile phone aimed at decreasing unintended pregnancy among young people in three lower middle income countries. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1)CrossRef
- McCarthy O, Ahamed I, Kulaeva F, Tokhirov R, Saibov S, Vandewiele M, Standaert S, Leurent B, Edwards P, Palmer M, Free C. A randomized controlled trial of an intervention delivered by mobile phone app instant messaging to increase the acceptability of effective contraception among young people in Tajikistan. Reproductive Health 2018;15(1)CrossRef