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Published on 17.04.18 in Vol 7, No 4 (2018): April

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Works citing "Capturing Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure and Physical Activity: Feasibility Study and Comparison Between Self-Reports, Mobile Apps, Dosimeters, and Accelerometers"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.9695):

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  1. Hacker E, Horsham C, Vagenas D, Jones L, Lowe J, Janda M. A Mobile Technology Intervention With Ultraviolet Radiation Dosimeters and Smartphone Apps for Skin Cancer Prevention in Young Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(11):e199
  2. Turner J, Igoe D, Parisi AV, McGonigle AJ, Amar A, Wainwright L. A review on the ability of smartphones to detect ultraviolet (UV) radiation and their potential to be used in UV research and for public education purposes. Science of The Total Environment 2020;706:135873
  3. Cheng W, Brown R, Vernez D, Goldberg D. Estimation of Individual Exposure to Erythemal Weighted UVR by Multi-Sensor Measurements and Integral Calculation. Sensors 2020;20(15):4068
  4. Allen MW, Swift N, Nield KM, Liley B, McKenzie RL. Use of Electronic UV Dosimeters in Measuring Personal UV Exposures and Public Health Education. Atmosphere 2020;11(7):744