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Published on 02.10.19 in Vol 6, No 10 (2019): October

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Works citing "Young People's Response to Six Smartphone Apps for Anxiety and Depression: Focus Group Study"

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  1. Oyebode O, Alqahtani F, Orji R. Using Machine Learning and Thematic Analysis Methods to Evaluate Mental Health Apps Based on User Reviews. IEEE Access 2020;8:111141
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  2. Blower S, Swallow V, Maturana C, Stones S, Phillips R, Dimitri P, Marshman Z, Knapp P, Dean A, Higgins S, Kellar I, Curtis P, Mills N, Martin-Kerry J. Children and young people’s concerns and needs relating to their use of health technology to self-manage long-term conditions: a scoping review. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2020;:archdischild-2020-319103
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  3. Abdulai A, Adam F, Torpey K. Health providers’ readiness for electronic health records adoption: A cross-sectional study of two hospitals in northern Ghana. PLOS ONE 2020;15(6):e0231569
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  4. Achilles MR, Anderson M, Li SH, Subotic-Kerry M, Parker B, O’Dea B. Adherence to e-mental health among youth: Considerations for intervention development and research design. DIGITAL HEALTH 2020;6:205520762092606
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