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Published on 24.03.17 in Vol 5, No 1 (2017): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Can Gaming Increase Antibiotic Awareness in Children? A Mixed-Methods Approach"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.6420):

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  1. Eley CV, Young VL, Hayes CV, Verlander NQ, McNulty CAM. Young People’s Knowledge of Antibiotics and Vaccinations and Increasing This Knowledge Through Gaming: Mixed-Methods Study Using e-Bug. JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(1):e10915
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  2. Abraham O, Feathers A, Grieve L, Babichenko D. Developing and piloting a serious game to educate children about over‐the‐counter medication safety. Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research 2019;10(2):235
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  3. Rodrigues AM, Sniehotta FF, Birch-Machin MA, Olivier P, Araújo-Soares V. Acceptability and Feasibility of a Trial Testing Allocation to Sunscreen and a Smartphone App for Sun Protection: Discontinued Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Dermatology 2018;1(1):e1
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  4. Schwarz AF, Huertas-Delgado FJ, Cardon G, DeSmet A. Design Features Associated with User Engagement in Digital Games for Healthy Lifestyle Promotion in Youth: A Systematic Review of Qualitative and Quantitative Studies. Games for Health Journal 2020;
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  5. Reen GK, Muirhead L, Langdon DW. Usability of Health Information Websites Designed for Adolescents: Systematic Review, Neurodevelopmental Model, and Design Brief. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(4):e11584
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  6. Allison R, Hayes C, Young V, McNulty CAM. Evaluation of an Educational Health Website on Infections and Antibiotics in England: Mixed Methods, User-Centered Approach. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(4):e14504
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  7. Eley C, Weston-Price S, Young V, Hoekstra B, Gadhia T, Muirhead V, Robinson L, Pine C, McNulty C. Using oral hygiene education in schools to tackle child tooth decay: a mixed methods study with children and teachers in England. Journal of Biological Education 2019;:1
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  8. Young VL, Berry M, Verlander NQ, Ridgway A, McNulty CA. Using debate to educate young people in schools about antibiotic use and resistance: A before and after evaluation using a questionnaire survey. Journal of Infection Prevention 2019;20(6):281
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  9. Aboalshamat K, Khayat A, Halwani R, Bitan A, Alansari R. The effects of gamification on antimicrobial resistance knowledge and its relationship to dentistry in Saudi Arabia: a randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health 2020;20(1)
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  10. , , , , . Antimicrobial Resistance Awareness and Games. Trends in Microbiology 2019;27(1):1
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  11. Tsopra R, Courtine M, Sedki K, Eap D, Cabal M, Cohen S, Bouchaud O, Mechaï F, Lamy J. AntibioGame®: A serious game for teaching medical students about antibiotic use. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2020;136:104074
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  12. McNulty CAM, Collin SM, Cooper E, Lecky DM, Butler CC. Public understanding and use of antibiotics in England: findings from a household survey in 2017. BMJ Open 2019;9(10):e030845
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  13. Fernandes R, Naik S, Bhat A, Shetty R, Hande M, Ghafur A, Rao M, Kunhikatta V, Pathiraj J. Knowledge Assessment of E-Bug Assisted Antimicrobial Resistance Education Module in Class VII School Students of South Indian Coastal Town of Manipal. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2019;8(1):84
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