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Progress in the Use of Text-Messaging to Support Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health

  • Deborah J. Rinehart
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    Address correspondence to Deborah J. Rinehart, MA, PhD, Center for Health Systems Research, Office of Research Denver Health and Hospital Authority, 777 Bannock St, MC 6551, Denver, CO 80204
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    Center for Health Systems Research, Office of Research, Denver Health and Hospital Authority (DJ Rinehart and HM Frost), Denver, Colo

    Division of General Internal Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (DJ Rinehart), Aurora, Colo
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  • Holly M. Frost
    Affiliations
    Center for Health Systems Research, Office of Research, Denver Health and Hospital Authority (DJ Rinehart and HM Frost), Denver, Colo

    Department of Pediatrics, Denver Health and Hospital Authority (HM Frost), Denver, Colo

    Department of Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine (HM Frost), Aurora, Colo
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  • Tara Thomas-Gale
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    Ambulatory Care Services, Denver Health and Hospital Authority (T Thomas-Gale and C Depue), Denver, Colo
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  • Cori Depue
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    Ambulatory Care Services, Denver Health and Hospital Authority (T Thomas-Gale and C Depue), Denver, Colo
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  • Judith C. Shlay
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    Public Health Institute at Denver Health (JC Shlay), Denver, Colo

    Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (JC Shlay), Aurora, Colo
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Published:December 22, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acap.2022.12.002
      Research continues to find that texting is acceptable and overall is viewed as private and confidential. Research has also identified adolescent message preferences. Adolescent preferences for social medial continue to evolve providing new forums for intervention.

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