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Published on 06.07.17 in Vol 4, No 3 (2017): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "Patient-Driven Innovation for Mobile Mental Health Technology: Case Report of Symptom Tracking in Schizophrenia"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.7911):

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  1. Terp M, Jørgensen R, Laursen BS, Mainz J, Bjørnes CD. A Smartphone App to Foster Power in the Everyday Management of Living With Schizophrenia: Qualitative Analysis of Young Adults’ Perspectives. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e10157
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  2. Torous J, Firth J, Huckvale K, Larsen ME, Cosco TD, Carney R, Chan S, Pratap A, Yellowlees P, Wykes T, Keshavan M, Christensen H. The Emerging Imperative for a Consensus Approach Toward the Rating and Clinical Recommendation of Mental Health Apps. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 2018;:1
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  3. Torous J, Nicholas J, Larsen ME, Firth J, Christensen H. Clinical review of user engagement with mental health smartphone apps: evidence, theory and improvements. Evidence Based Mental Health 2018;21(3):116
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  4. Bourla A, Mouchabac S, El Hage W, Ferreri F. e-PTSD: an overview on how new technologies can improve prediction and assessment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). European Journal of Psychotraumatology 2018;9(sup1):1424448
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  5. Noel VA, Acquilano SC, Carpenter-Song E, Drake RE. Assessing people with serious mental illness’ use of mobile and computer devices to support recovery (Preprint). JMIR Mental Health 2018;
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  6. Raney L, Bergman D, Torous J, Hasselberg M. Digitally Driven Integrated Primary Care and Behavioral Health: How Technology Can Expand Access to Effective Treatment. Current Psychiatry Reports 2017;19(11)
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