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Published on 20.03.19 in Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Development of PositiveLinks: A Mobile Phone App to Promote Linkage and Retention in Care for People With HIV"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/11578):

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  1. Fisher CB, Bragard E, Bloom R. Ethical Considerations in HIV eHealth Intervention Research: Implications for Informational Risk in Recruitment, Data Maintenance, and Consent Procedures. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2020;17(3):180
  2. Canan CE, Waselewski ME, Waldman ALD, Reynolds G, Flickinger TE, Cohn WF, Ingersoll K, Dillingham R, Maulsby C. Long term impact of PositiveLinks: Clinic-deployed mobile technology to improve engagement with HIV care. PLOS ONE 2020;15(1):e0226870
  3. Hay K, Kwardem L, Welbourn A, Namiba A, Tariq S, Coventry L, Dhairyawan R, Durrant A. “Support for the supporters”: a qualitative study of the use of WhatsApp by and for mentor mothers with HIV in the UK. AIDS Care 2020;32(sup2):127
  4. Canan CE, Flickinger TE, Waselewski M, Tabackman A, Baker L, Eger S, Waldman ALD, Ingersoll K, Dillingham R. Toward understanding the impact of mHealth features for people with HIV: a latent class analysis of PositiveLinks usage. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2019;