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Published on 07.03.18 in Vol 4, No 1 (2018): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Effect of Mobile Phone Text Message Reminders on Routine Immunization Uptake in Pakistan: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.7026):

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  1. Ateudjieu J, Yakum MN, Goura AP, Tembei AM, Ingrid DK, Bita’a Landry B, Kenfack B, Amada L, Tadzong I, Bissek AC. EPI immunization coverage, timeliness and dropout rate among children in a West Cameroon health district: a cross sectional study. BMC Public Health 2020;20(1)
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  2. Zaidi S, Shaikh SA, Sayani S, Kazi AM, Khoja A, Hussain SS, Najmi R. Operability, Acceptability, and Usefulness of a Mobile App to Track Routine Immunization Performance in Rural Pakistan: Interview Study Among Vaccinators and Key Informants. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(2):e16081
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  3. Kawakatsu Y, Oyeniyi Adesina A, Kadoi N, Aiga H. Cost-effectiveness of SMS appointment reminders in increasing vaccination uptake in Lagos, Nigeria: A multi-centered randomized controlled trial. Vaccine 2020;
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  4. Labrague LJ, Galabay JR, Anastacio AL, McEnroe-Petitte DM, Tsaras K. Effects of mobile text messaging on breast cancer and breast self-examination (BSE) knowledge, BSE self-efficacy, and BSE frequency: a randomised controlled trial. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 2020;
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  5. Murthy N, Chandrasekharan S, Prakash MP, Kaonga NN, Peter J, Ganju A, Mechael PN. The Impact of an mHealth Voice Message Service (mMitra) on Infant Care Knowledge, and Practices Among Low-Income Women in India: Findings from a Pseudo-Randomized Controlled Trial. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2019;23(12):1658
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  6. Stephens AB, Wynn CS, Stockwell MS. Understanding the use of digital technology to promote human papillomavirus vaccination – A RE-AIM framework approach. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2019;15(7-8):1549
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  7. Domek GJ, Contreras-Roldan IL, Bull S, O'Leary ST, Bolaños Ventura GA, Bronsert M, Kempe A, Asturias EJ. Text message reminders to improve infant immunization in Guatemala: A randomized clinical trial. Vaccine 2019;37(42):6192
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  8. Babalola S, Loehr C, Oyenubi O, Akiode A, Mobley A. Efficacy of a Digital Health Tool on Contraceptive Ideation and Use in Nigeria: Results of a Cluster-Randomized Control Trial. Global Health: Science and Practice 2019;7(2):273
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  9. Mathew JL, Vashishtha VM, Nimbalkar S. Mobile Phone Technology Based Incentives to Enhance Routine Childhood Immunization. Indian Pediatrics 2018;55(8):687
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.7026)

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  1. Langrial SU, Ham J. Persuasive Technology. Designing for Future Change. 2020. Chapter 12:150
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