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Published on 02.10.17 in Vol 3, No 4 (2017): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Lessons From the Implementation of Mo-Buzz, a Mobile Pandemic Surveillance System for Dengue"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.7376):

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  1. Panchapakesan C, Sheldenkar A, Wimalaratne P, Wijayamuni R, Lwin MO. Developing a Digital Solution for Dengue Through Epihack: Qualitative Evaluation Study of a Five-Day Health Hackathon in Sri Lanka. JMIR Formative Research 2019;3(3):e11555
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  2. Lwin MO, Sheldenkar A, Panchapakesan C, Ng JS, Lau J, Jayasundar K, Horathalge K, Rathnayake VS, Crawley AW, Wimalaratne P. Epihack Sri Lanka: development of a mobile surveillance tool for dengue fever. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2019;19(1)
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  3. Hamer SA, Curtis-Robles R, Hamer GL. Contributions of citizen scientists to arthropod vector data in the age of digital epidemiology. Current Opinion in Insect Science 2018;28:98
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  4. Smolinski MS, Crawley AW, Olsen JM, Jayaraman T, Libel M. Participatory Disease Surveillance: Engaging Communities Directly in Reporting, Monitoring, and Responding to Health Threats. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(4):e62
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