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Published on 29.09.15 in Vol 4, No 3 (2015): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "Infant Feeding Websites and Apps: A Systematic Assessment of Quality and Content"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.4323):

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  1. Taki S, Russell CG, Wen LM, Laws RA, Campbell K, Xu H, Denney-Wilson E. Consumer Engagement in Mobile Application (App) Interventions Focused on Supporting Infant Feeding Practices for Early Prevention of Childhood Obesity. Frontiers in Public Health 2019;7
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  2. Rehayem A, Taki S, Brown N, Denney-Wilson E. Infant feeding beliefs and practices of Arabic mothers in Australia. Women and Birth 2019;
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  3. Kim C, Prabhu AV, Hansberry DR, Agarwal N, Heron DE, Beriwal S. Digital Era of Mobile Communications and Smartphones: A Novel Analysis of Patient Comprehension of Cancer-Related Information Available Through Mobile Applications. Cancer Investigation 2019;37(3):127
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  4. Taki S, Russell CG, Lymer S, Laws R, Campbell K, Appleton J, Ong K, Denney-Wilson E. A Mixed Methods Study to Explore the Effects of Program Design Elements and Participant Characteristics on Parents' Engagement With an mHealth Program to Promote Healthy Infant Feeding: The Growing Healthy Program. Frontiers in Endocrinology 2019;10
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  5. Sidhu S, Ma K, Sadovnikova A. Features and Educational Content Related to Milk Production in Breastfeeding Apps: Content Analysis Informed by Social Cognitive Theory. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2019;2(1):e12364
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  6. Otte RA, van Beukering AJE, Boelens-Brockhuis L. Tracker-Based Personal Advice to Support the Baby’s Healthy Development in a Novel Parenting App: Data-Driven Innovation. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(7):e12666
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  7. Nouri R, R Niakan Kalhori S, Ghazisaeedi M, Marchand G, Yasini M. Criteria for assessing the quality of mHealth apps: a systematic review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2018;25(8):1089
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  8. Flaherty S, McCarthy M, Collins A, McAuliffe F. Can existing mobile apps support healthier food purchasing behaviour? Content analysis of nutrition content, behaviour change theory and user quality integration. Public Health Nutrition 2018;21(2):288
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  9. Kallem S, Gruver RS, Virudachalam S, Fiks AG. Mothers’ Facebook posts about infant health: findings from the Grow2Gether study. BMC Pediatrics 2018;18(1)
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  10. Alderdice F, Gargan P, McCall E, Franck L. Online information for parents caring for their premature baby at home: A focus group study and systematic web search. Health Expectations 2018;21(4):741
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  11. Al Bawab AQ, AlQahtani F, McElnay J. Health Care Apps Reported in Newspapers: Content Analysis. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(10):e10237
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  12. Mauch CE, Wycherley TP, Laws RA, Johnson BJ, Bell LK, Golley RK. Mobile Apps to Support Healthy Family Food Provision: Systematic Assessment of Popular, Commercially Available Apps. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(12):e11867
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  13. Schindler-Ruwisch JM, Roess A, Robert RC, Napolitano MA, Chiang S. Social Support for Breastfeeding in the Era of mHealth: A Content Analysis. Journal of Human Lactation 2018;34(3):543
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  14. Laws RA, Denney-Wilson EA, Taki S, Russell CG, Zheng M, Litterbach E, Ong K, Lymer SJ, Elliott R, Campbell KJ. Key Lessons and Impact of the Growing Healthy mHealth Program on Milk Feeding, Timing of Introduction of Solids, and Infant Growth: Quasi-Experimental Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(4):e78
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  15. Wheaton N, Lenehan J, Amir LH. Evaluation of a Breastfeeding App in Rural Australia: Prospective Cohort Study. Journal of Human Lactation 2018;:089033441879418
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  16. Lau Y, Htun TP, Lim PI, Ho-Lim SST, Chi C, Tsai C, Ong KW, Klainin-Yobas P. Breastfeeding attitude, health-related quality of life and maternal obesity among multi-ethnic pregnant women: A multi-group structural equation approach. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2017;67:71
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  17. Zhao J, Freeman B, Li M. How Do Infant Feeding Apps in China Measure Up? A Content Quality Assessment. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(12):e186
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  18. Downing KL, Campbell KJ, van der Pligt P, Hesketh KD. Facilitator and Participant Use of Facebook in a Community-Based Intervention for Parents: The InFANT Extend Program. Childhood Obesity 2017;13(6):443
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  19. Zheng J, Yu H. Readability Formulas and User Perceptions of Electronic Health Records Difficulty: A Corpus Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(3):e59
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  20. Taki S, Lymer S, Russell CG, Campbell K, Laws R, Ong K, Elliott R, Denney-Wilson E. Assessing User Engagement of an mHealth Intervention: Development and Implementation of the Growing Healthy App Engagement Index. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(6):e89
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  21. Litterbach E, Russell CG, Taki S, Denney-Wilson E, Campbell KJ, Laws RA. Factors Influencing Engagement and Behavioral Determinants of Infant Feeding in an mHealth Program: Qualitative Evaluation of the Growing Healthy Program. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(12):e196
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  22. Russell CG, Taki S, Azadi L, Campbell KJ, Laws R, Elliott R, Denney-Wilson E. A qualitative study of the infant feeding beliefs and behaviours of mothers with low educational attainment. BMC Pediatrics 2016;16(1)
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  1. Meedya S, Sheikh MK, Win KT, Halcomb E. Persuasive Technology: Development of Persuasive and Behavior Change Support Systems. 2019. Chapter 16:189
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