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Published on 30.01.17 in Vol 3, No 1 (2017): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Assessing Mobile Phone Access and Perceptions for Texting-Based mHealth Interventions Among Expectant Mothers and Child Caregivers in Remote Regions of Northern Kenya: A Survey-Based Descriptive Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.5386):

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  1. Xie B, Champion JD, Kwak J, Fleischmann KR. Mobile Health, Information Preferences, and Surrogate Decision-Making Preferences of Family Caregivers of People With Dementia in Rural Hispanic Communities: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(12):e11682
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  2. Ilozumba O, Dieleman M, Van Belle S, Mukuru M, Bardají A, Broerse JE. Multistakeholder Perspectives on Maternal Text Messaging Intervention in Uganda: Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(5):e119
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  3. Yamin F, Kaewkungwal J, Singhasivanon P, Lawpoolsri S. Women’s Perceptions of Using Mobile Phones for Maternal and Child Health Support in Afghanistan: Cross-Sectional Survey. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(4):e76
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  4. Saeed S, Somani N, Sharif F, Kazi AM. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Text Messaging and Phone Call Reminders to Minimize No Show at Pediatric Outpatient Clinics in Pakistan: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(4):e91
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  5. Lee S, Begley CE, Morgan R, Chan W, Kim S. Addition of mHealth (mobile health) for family planning support in Kenya: disparities in access to mobile phones and associations with contraceptive knowledge and use. International Health 2018;
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  6. Wexler C, Brown M, Hurley EA, Ochieng M, Goggin K, Gautney B, Maloba M, Lwembe R, Khamadi S, Finocchario-Kessler S. Implementing eHealth Technology to Address Gaps in Early Infant Diagnosis Services: Qualitative Assessment of Kenyan Provider Experiences. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(8):e169
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  7. Endehabtu B, Weldeab A, Were M, Lester R, Worku A, Tilahun B. Mobile Phone Access and Willingness Among Mothers to Receive a Text-Based mHealth Intervention to Improve Prenatal Care in Northwest Ethiopia: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018;1(2):e9
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  8. Diese M, Kalonji A, Izale B, Villeneuve S, Kintaudi NM, Clarysse G, Ngongo N, Ntambue AM. Community-based maternal, newborn, and child health surveillance: perceptions and attitudes of local stakeholders towards using mobile phone by village health volunteers in the Kenge Health Zone, Democratic Republic of Congo. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1)
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  9. Kazi AM. The role of mobile phone-based interventions to improve routine childhood immunisation coverage. The Lancet Global Health 2017;5(4):e377
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