Why do some depressed outpatients who are not in remission according to the hamilton depression rating scale nonetheless consider themselves to be in remission?
Depression and Anxiety, 08/08/2012
Zimmerman M et al. – Some patients who do not meet symptom–based definitions of remission nonetheless consider themselves to be in remission. The findings raise caution in relying exclusively on symptom–based definitions of remission to guide treatment decision making in clinical practice.