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Published on 05.11.15 in Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Are Virtual Rehabilitation Technologies Feasible Models to Scale an Evidence-Based Fall Prevention Program? A Pilot Study Using the Kinect Camera"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/rehab.4776):

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  1. Tuena C, Pedroli E, Trimarchi PD, Gallucci A, Chiappini M, Goulene K, Gaggioli A, Riva G, Lattanzio F, Giunco F, Stramba-Badiale M. Usability Issues of Clinical and Research Applications of Virtual Reality in Older People: A Systematic Review. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2020;14
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  2. Shubert TE, Chokshi A, Mendes VM, Grier S, Buchanan H, Basnett J, Smith ML. Stand Tall—A Virtual Translation of the Otago Exercise Program. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy 2020;43(3):120
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  3. Hamm J, Money A, Atwal A. Fall Prevention Self-Assessments Via Mobile 3D Visualization Technologies: Community Dwelling Older Adults’ Perceptions of Opportunities and Challenges. JMIR Human Factors 2017;4(2):e15
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  4. Shubert TE, Smith ML, Goto L, Jiang L, Ory MG. Otago Exercise Program in the United States: Comparison of 2 Implementation Models. Physical Therapy 2017;97(2):187
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