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Published on 31.10.17 in Vol 3, No 2 (2017): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Adherence to Report and Patient Perception of an Interactive App for Managing Symptoms During Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer: Descriptive Study of Logged and Interview Data"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/cancer.7599):

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  1. Vo V, Auroy L, Sarradon-Eck A. Patients’ perceptions of mhealth apps: a meta-synthesis of qualitative studies (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;
  2. Balakrishnan AS, Nguyen HG, Shinohara K, Au Yeung R, Carroll PR, Odisho AY. A Mobile Health Intervention for Prostate Biopsy Patients Reduces Appointment Cancellations: Cohort Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(6):e14094
  3. Nicolay NH. Eine engmaschige internetbasierte Nachsorge verbessert das Gesamtüberleben von Patienten. InFo Onkologie 2018;21(5):22
  4. Nicolay NH. Eine engmaschige internetbasierte Patientennachsorge verbessert das Gesamtüberleben von Patienten mit Bronchialkarzinom. Strahlentherapie und Onkologie 2018;194(6):604
  5. Plante TB, O’Kelly AC, Urrea B, MacFarlane ZT, Blumenthal RS, Charleston J, Miller ER, Appel LJ, Martin SS. User experience of instant blood pressure: exploring reasons for the popularity of an inaccurate mobile health app. npj Digital Medicine 2018;1(1)