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Published on 10.05.17 in Vol 5, No 2 (2017): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Development, Usability, and Efficacy of a Serious Game to Help Patients Learn About Pain Management After Surgery: An Evaluation Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.6894):

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  1. Nasiri M, Amirmohseni L, Mofidi A, Pires Padilha Paim C, Bigdeli Shamloo MB, Asadi M. Educational games developed for students in perioperative nursing: A systematic review and appraisal of the evidence. Nurse Education in Practice 2019;37:88
  2. Shah U, Chiew T. A Systematic Literature Review of the Design Approach and Usability Evaluation of the Pain Management Mobile Applications. Symmetry 2019;11(3):400
  3. Verschueren S, Buffel C, Vander Stichele G. Developing Theory-Driven, Evidence-Based Serious Games for Health: Framework Based on Research Community Insights. JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(2):e11565
  4. Bollondi Pauly C, Kupferschmid S, Tairraz P, Samer C, Rehberg-Klug B, Collin E, Desmeules J. Formation des médecins et infirmières à l’utilisation des opiacés par un jeu sérieux. Douleur et Analgésie 2019;32(1):54
  5. Holzmann SL, Dischl F, Schäfer H, Groh G, Hauner H, Holzapfel C. Digital Gaming for Nutritional Education: A Survey on Preferences, Motives, and Needs of Children and Adolescents. JMIR Formative Research 2019;3(1):e10284