Cost-effectiveness of a specialist smoking cessation package compared with standard smoking cessation servicesfor people with severe mental illness in England: a trial-based economic evaluation from the SCIMITAR+ study

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References: Li J, Fairhurst C, Peckham E, Bailey D, Arundel C, Hewitt C, et al. Cost-effectiveness of a specialist smoking cessation package compared with standard smoking cessation services for people with severe mental illness in England: a trial-based economic evaluation from the SCIMITAR+ study. Addiction. 2020;115(11):2113-22

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Jinshuo Li , Caroline Fairhurst , Emily Peckham , Della Bailey, Catherine Arundel , Catherine Hewitt , Paul Heron , Suzanne Crosland , Steve Parrott , Simon Gilbody , and SCIMITAR+ collaborative

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