Meghan E. McGrady, PhD; Christina E. Holbein, PhD; Aimee W. Smith, PhD; Caroline F. Morrison, PhD, RN; Kevin A. Hommel, PhD; Avani C. Modi, PhD; Ahna L.H. Pai, PhD; Rachelle R. Ramsey, PhD
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Acknowledgment: The authors thank Gabriella Breen, BS, for assistance with data management and manuscript formatting.
Financial Support: Dr. McGrady is supported by the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health (award K07CA200668). Drs. Holbein and Morrison are supported by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development of the National Institutes of Health (award T32HD068223). Drs. McGrady and Ramsey received funding from the Center for Adherence and Self-Management at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center to support the collection and management of data.
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Reproducible Research Statement:Study protocol: Available at www.cincinnatichildrens.org/research/divisions/b/psychology/labs/mcgrady/projects. Statistical code: Not applicable. Data set: Available from Dr. McGrady (e-mail, Meghan.McGrady@cchmc.org).
McGrady ME, Holbein CE, Smith AW, et al. An Independent Evaluation of the Accuracy and Usability of Electronic Adherence Monitoring Devices. Ann Intern Med. [Epub ahead of print 22 May 2018]169:419–422. doi: 10.7326/M17-3306
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