Published on in Vol 5, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

The Mobile Solutions for Immunization (M-SIMU) Trial: A Protocol for a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial That Assesses the Impact of Mobile Phone Delivered Reminders and Travel Subsidies to Improve Childhood Immunization Coverage Rates and Timeliness in Western Kenya

The Mobile Solutions for Immunization (M-SIMU) Trial: A Protocol for a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial That Assesses the Impact of Mobile Phone Delivered Reminders and Travel Subsidies to Improve Childhood Immunization Coverage Rates and Timeliness in Western Kenya

The Mobile Solutions for Immunization (M-SIMU) Trial: A Protocol for a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial That Assesses the Impact of Mobile Phone Delivered Reminders and Travel Subsidies to Improve Childhood Immunization Coverage Rates and Timeliness in Western Kenya

Journals

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  5. Gibson D, Ochieng B, Kagucia E, Were J, Hayford K, Moulton L, Levine O, Odhiambo F, O'Brien K, Feikin D. Mobile phone-delivered reminders and incentives to improve childhood immunisation coverage and timeliness in Kenya (M-SIMU): a cluster randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Global Health 2017;5(4):e428 View
  6. Kazi A, Ali M, Zubair K, Kalimuddin H, Kazi A, Iqbal S, Collet J, Ali S. Effect of Mobile Phone Text Message Reminders on Routine Immunization Uptake in Pakistan: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(1):e20 View
  7. Endehabtu B, Weldeab A, Were M, Lester R, Worku A, Tilahun B. Mobile Phone Access and Willingness Among Mothers to Receive a Text-Based mHealth Intervention to Improve Prenatal Care in Northwest Ethiopia: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018;1(2):e9 View
  8. Ozawa S, Zhou M, Wonodi C, Chen H, Bridges J. Parents’ preferences for interventions to improve childhood immunization uptake in northern Nigeria. Vaccine 2018;36(20):2833 View
  9. Gibson D, Kagucia E, Were J, Obor D, Hayford K, Ochieng B. Text Message Reminders and Unconditional Monetary Incentives to Improve Measles Vaccination in Western Kenya: Study Protocol for the Mobile and Scalable Innovations for Measles Immunization Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(7):e13221 View
  10. Kagucia E, Ochieng B, Were J, Hayford K, Obor D, O'Brien K, Gibson D. Impact of mobile phone delivered reminders and unconditional incentives on measles-containing vaccine timeliness and coverage: a randomised controlled trial in western Kenya. BMJ Global Health 2021;6(1):e003357 View