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Published on 14.03.18 in Vol 1, No 1 (2018): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Adolescents’ Perspectives on Using Technology for Health: Qualitative Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/pediatrics.8677):

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  1. Ruan S, Raeside R, Singleton A, Redfern J, Partridge SR. Limited Engaging and Interactive Online Health Information for Adolescents: A Systematic Review of Australian Websites. Health Communication 2020;:1
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  2. Lupton D. ‘Better understanding about what's going on’: young Australians’ use of digital technologies for health and fitness. Sport, Education and Society 2020;25(1):1
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  4. Adrian M, Coifman J, Pullmann MD, Blossom JB, Chandler C, Coppersmith G, Thompson P, Lyon AR. Implementation Determinants and Outcomes of a Technology-Enabled Service Targeting Suicide Risk in High Schools: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(7):e16338
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  5. Clark H, Coll-Seck AM, Banerjee A, Peterson S, Dalglish SL, Ameratunga S, Balabanova D, Bhan MK, Bhutta ZA, Borrazzo J, Claeson M, Doherty T, El-Jardali F, George AS, Gichaga A, Gram L, Hipgrave DB, Kwamie A, Meng Q, Mercer R, Narain S, Nsungwa-Sabiiti J, Olumide AO, Osrin D, Powell-Jackson T, Rasanathan K, Rasul I, Reid P, Requejo J, Rohde SS, Rollins N, Romedenne M, Singh Sachdev H, Saleh R, Shawar YR, Shiffman J, Simon J, Sly PD, Stenberg K, Tomlinson M, Ved RR, Costello A. A future for the world's children? A WHO–UNICEF–Lancet Commission. The Lancet 2020;395(10224):605
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  6. Goodyear VA, Armour KM, Wood H. Young people learning about health: the role of apps and wearable devices. Learning, Media and Technology 2019;44(2):193
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  7. Partridge SR, Raeside R, Latham Z, Singleton AC, Hyun K, Grunseit A, Steinbeck K, Redfern J. ‘Not to Be Harsh but Try Less to Relate to ‘the Teens’ and You’ll Relate to Them More’: Co-Designing Obesity Prevention Text Messages with Adolescents. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019;16(24):4887
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  8. Ng KW, Badura P, Dzielska A, Kokko S, Woods CB, Hamrik Z. Test-retest reliability of survey items on ownership and use of physical activity trackers. Acta Gymnica 2019;49(2):67
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  9. Thornton S. Health apps: How effective are they in supporting the health and wellbeing of teenagers?. British Journal of School Nursing 2018;13(10):507
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  1. Leanza F, Alani R. Technology and Adolescent Health. 2020. :115
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