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Published on 11.10.17 in Vol 3, No 4 (2017): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Participatory Disease Surveillance: Engaging Communities Directly in Reporting, Monitoring, and Responding to Health Threats"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.7540):

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  1. Kim M, Yune S, Chang S, Jung Y, Sa SO, Han HW. The Fever Coach Mobile App for Participatory Influenza Surveillance in Children: Usability Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(10):e14276
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  2. Geneviève LD, Martani A, Wangmo T, Paolotti D, Koppeschaar C, Kjelsø C, Guerrisi C, Hirsch M, Woolley-Meza O, Lukowicz P, Flahault A, Elger BS. Participatory Disease Surveillance Systems: Ethical Framework. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e12273
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  3. Babu AN, Niehaus E, Shah S, Unnithan C, Ramkumar PS, Shah J, Binoy VV, Soman B, Arunan MC, Jose CP. Smartphone geospatial apps for dengue control, prevention, prediction, and education: MOSapp, DISapp, and the mosquito perception index (MPI). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 2019;191(S2)
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  4. Grant A, Pawson SM, Marzano M. Emerging Stakeholder Relations in Participatory ICT Design: Renegotiating the Boundaries of Sociotechnical Innovation in Forest Biosecurity Surveillance. Forests 2019;10(10):836
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  5. Leal Neto O, Cruz O, Albuquerque J, Sousa M, Smolinski M, Libel M, Cesse E, Vieira Souza W. Participatory surveillance based on crowdsourcing during Olympic games Rio 2016: the case of Guardians of Health (Preprint). JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2019;
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  6. Andel M, Jones G, Buckle K, Phiri B, McFadden A, Dacre I, Bingham P, Heuer C, Abila R, Win HH, Lwin KO, Binney B, Zaari S, Gates MC. Estimating foot‐and‐mouth disease (FMD) prevalence in central Myanmar: Comparison of village headman and farmer disease reports with serological findings. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 2019;
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  8. Dixit S, Arora NK, Rahman A, Howard NJ, Singh RK, Vaswani M, Das MK, Ahmed F, Mathur P, Tandon N, Dasgupta R, Chaturvedi S, Jethwaney J, Dalpath S, Prashad R, Kumar R, Gupta R, Dube L, Daniel M. Establishing a Demographic, Development and Environmental Geospatial Surveillance Platform in India: Planning and Implementation. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(4):e66
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  9. Mosites E, Lujan E, Brook M, Brubaker M, Roehl D, Tcheripanoff M, Hennessy T. Environmental observation, social media, and One Health action: A description of the Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network. One Health 2018;6:29
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  10. Sudhipongpracha T. Exploring the effects of coproduction on citizen trust in government a cross-national comparison of community-based diabetes prevention programmes in Thailand and the United States. Journal of Asian Public Policy 2018;11(3):350
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