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Published on 13.09.18 in Vol 2, No 2 (2018): Jul-Dec

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  1. Otis M, Zhu J, Mustafa-Kutana SN, Bernier AV, Ma Shum J, Soros Dupre AA, Wang ML. Testing Usability and Feasibility of a Mobile Educator Tool for Pediatric Diabetes Self-Management: Mixed Methods Pilot Study. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(5):e16262
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  2. Hanghøj S, Boisen KA, Hjerming M, Elsbernd A, Pappot H. Usability of a Mobile Phone App Aimed at Adolescents and Young Adults During and After Cancer Treatment: Qualitative Study. JMIR Cancer 2020;6(1):e15008
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  3. Frontini R, Sousa P, Dixe MA, Ferreira R, Figueiredo MC. Designing a mobile app to promote healthy behaviors and prevent obesity: analysis of adolescents’ preferences. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2020;45(3):327
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  4. Trecca EMC, Lonigro A, Gelardi M, Kim B, Cassano M. Mobile Applications in Otolaryngology: A Systematic Review of the Literature, Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 2020;:000348942094035
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  5. Dozières-Puyravel B, Danse M, Goujon E, Höhn S, Auvin S. Views of adolescents and their parents on mobile apps for epilepsy self-management. Epilepsy & Behavior 2020;106:107039
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