An investigation of users’ attitudes, requirements and willingness to use mobile phone-based interactive voice response systems for seeking healthcare in Ghana: a qualitative study

Brinkel J, Dako-Gyeke P, Krämer A, May J, Fobil JN (2017)
Public Health 144: 125-133.

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Brinkel, Johanna; Dako-Gyeke, P.; Krämer, AlexanderUniBi ; May, J.; Fobil, J.N.
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2017
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Public Health
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144
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125-133
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0033-3506
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Brinkel J, Dako-Gyeke P, Krämer A, May J, Fobil JN. An investigation of users’ attitudes, requirements and willingness to use mobile phone-based interactive voice response systems for seeking healthcare in Ghana: a qualitative study. Public Health. 2017;144:125-133.
Brinkel, J., Dako-Gyeke, P., Krämer, A., May, J., & Fobil, J. N. (2017). An investigation of users’ attitudes, requirements and willingness to use mobile phone-based interactive voice response systems for seeking healthcare in Ghana: a qualitative study. Public Health, 144, 125-133. doi:10.1016/j.puhe.2016.11.017
Brinkel, J., Dako-Gyeke, P., Krämer, A., May, J., and Fobil, J. N. (2017). An investigation of users’ attitudes, requirements and willingness to use mobile phone-based interactive voice response systems for seeking healthcare in Ghana: a qualitative study. Public Health 144, 125-133.
Brinkel, J., et al., 2017. An investigation of users’ attitudes, requirements and willingness to use mobile phone-based interactive voice response systems for seeking healthcare in Ghana: a qualitative study. Public Health, 144, p 125-133.
J. Brinkel, et al., “An investigation of users’ attitudes, requirements and willingness to use mobile phone-based interactive voice response systems for seeking healthcare in Ghana: a qualitative study”, Public Health, vol. 144, 2017, pp. 125-133.
Brinkel, J., Dako-Gyeke, P., Krämer, A., May, J., Fobil, J.N.: An investigation of users’ attitudes, requirements and willingness to use mobile phone-based interactive voice response systems for seeking healthcare in Ghana: a qualitative study. Public Health. 144, 125-133 (2017).
Brinkel, Johanna, Dako-Gyeke, P., Krämer, Alexander, May, J., and Fobil, J.N. “An investigation of users’ attitudes, requirements and willingness to use mobile phone-based interactive voice response systems for seeking healthcare in Ghana: a qualitative study”. Public Health 144 (2017): 125-133.

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