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Published on 16.08.17 in Vol 6, No 8 (2017): August

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Works citing "mHealth Technologies for Palliative Care Patients at the Interface of In-Patient to Outpatient Care: Protocol of Feasibility Study Aiming to Early Predict Deterioration of Patient’s Health Status"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.7676):

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  1. Osborn J, Ajakaiye A, Cooksley T, Subbe CP. Do mHealth applications improve clinical outcomes of patients with cancer? A critical appraisal of the peer-reviewed literature. Supportive Care in Cancer 2020;28(3):1469
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  2. Fringer A, Arrer E, Maier E, Schnepp W, Ulmer T. Development of an Early Warning System to Prevent Crises in the Palliative Home Care Setting of Patients and Their Informal Caregivers: Protocol for a Mixed Method Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(11):e13933
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  3. LeBaron V, Hayes J, Gordon K, Alam R, Homdee N, Martinez Y, Ogunjirin E, Thomas T, Jones R, Blackhall L, Lach J. Leveraging Smart Health Technology to Empower Patients and Family Caregivers in Managing Cancer Pain: Protocol for a Feasibility Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(12):e16178
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  4. Pavic M, Klaas V, Theile G, Kraft J, Tröster G, Blum D, Guckenberger M. Mobile Health Technologies for Continuous Monitoring of Cancer Patients in Palliative Care Aiming to Predict Health Status Deterioration: A Feasibility Study. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2019;
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