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Introduction For this discussion, please write a simple and accurate 3 sentence

Introduction
For this discussion, please write a simple and accurate 3 sentence summary/paraphrase of the following 2 paragraphs. Do not copy any of the phrasing from the published paragraphs below. Please use properly formatted in-text citations and then provide the full reference list entry below your summary. Please consult the APA Paraphrasing and Citation Activities link for examples of how to complete this exercise.
Published Paragraph
“Our current study extends the work of prior research by estimating the time and probability of full remission from nicotine dependence in people with SMI (Severe Mental Illness) by type of help/services received for tobacco/nicotine use. This study contributes to the literature by providing data to enhance our understanding about nicotine dependence remission and improve efforts to promote more effective smoking cessation programs aimed at increasing the likelihood of nicotine dependence remission in people with SMI.
To avoid selection biases that might occur in samples recruited from clinical settings, we used a population-based sample to estimate the time and probability of nicotine dependence remission people with SMI. The specific aims for this study were: (a) to estimate whether the time from nicotine dependence onset until full nicotine dependence remission dif- fers by type of help/services received for tobacco/nicotine use (pharma- cological, behavioral, and both); (b) to estimate differences in the probability of nicotine dependence remission by type of help/services received, controlling for sociodemographic characteristics, comorbidity with another mental illness and smoking-related factors. We hypothesized that the estimated time from onset of nicotine dependence until full remission and the probability of nicotine dependence remission differs by type of help/services received for tobacco/nicotine use.”
Source Information
Title: Remission from nicotine dependence among people with severe mental illness who received help/services for tobacco/nicotine use
Document Type: Scholarly Journal Article
Authors: Hamzah Alghzawi, Alison Trinkoff, Shijun Zhu, and Carla Storr
Source: International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research.
Date: December 2020
Volume: 29
Issue: 4
Pages: 1-11

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