Why do some depressed outpatients who are in remission according to the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale not consider themselves to be in remission?

@article{Zimmerman2012WhyDS,
  title={Why do some depressed outpatients who are in remission according to the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale not consider themselves to be in remission?},
  author={Mark Zimmerman and Jennifer A Martinez and Naureen Attiullah and Michael Friedman and Cristina Toba and Daniela A Boerescu and Moataz Rahgeb},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2012},
  volume={73 6},
  pages={790-5}
}
OBJECTIVE In treatment studies of depression, remission is typically defined narrowly, based on scores on symptom severity scales. Patients treated in clinical practice, however, define the concept of remission more broadly and consider functional status, coping ability, and life satisfaction as important indicators of remission status. In the present report from the Rhode Island Methods to Improve Diagnostic Assessment and Services project, we examined how many depressed patients in ongoing… CONTINUE READING
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