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      Financiación
      Cinfa Pharmaceuticals [1]
      Este estudio ha sido financiado por el Laboratorio Farmacéutico Stada S.L. y la Sociedad Española de Farmacéuticos comunitarios (SEFAC). [1]
      Este trabajo ha recibido financiación de la Consejería de Salud de la Junta de Andalucía a través de convocatoria pública. [1]
      Fundación Martín Escudero por su financia a la becaria Fátima Morales Marín. [1]
      Laboratorio STADA ha financiado el material (protocolo de investigación, hojas de recogidas de datos, así como los sistemas personalizados de dosificación SPD-Medipack®). [1]
      Laboratorios Cinfa [1]
      Los autores expresan sus agradecimientos a Humax Pharmaceutical S.A. (Medellín, Colombia) por su apoyo para la realización de este trabajo. El grupo de investigación Promoción y Prevención farmacéutica recibe fondos de la Convocatoria de Estrategia de Sostenibilidad 2013-2014 de la Universidad de Antioquia. [1]
      Pharmaceutical Association of Valencia [1]
      Quality, Innovation and Prospective Unit of the University of Granada [1]
      Spanish General Council of Official Colleges of Pharmacists [1]
      Spanish General Council of Official Colleges of Pharmacy 21/1/204 UGR.CGCOF [1]
      Spanish Society of Community Pharmacy [1]
      The study was funded as part of a University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Research Excellence Scholarship (RES), comprising of an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) Scholarship funded by the Australian Government, plus a Top-up funded by the University of Technology Sydney, received from the primary author (JCM). [1]
      This study was funded by a competitive investigator grant award from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Colombia) - Research Division of Bogotá (ref: 202010011419 Quipu Code). [1]
      This work was funded by Covidien Pty Ltd. (Medtronic Australasia Pty Ltd) [UTS Project code: PRO16–0688], which is the company that has the rights to distribute the device Microlife BP A200 AFIB in Australia. Also, funding for this research has been provided by a UTS Chancellor’s postdoctoral fellowship awarded to the first author of this article (ID number: 2013001605). [1]