This smartphone-friendly version of the HAM-D (Hamilton Depression Rating Scale) measures levels of depression and probes the severity of symptoms, such as mood, guilt, suicidal thoughts, sleep, and anxiety.
The Hamilton Depression Rating Scale has proven useful for determining the level of depression before, during, and after treatment.
It is based on the clinician's interview with the patient and probes symptoms such as depressed mood, guilty feelings, suicide, sleep disturbances, anxiety levels and weight loss.
The interview and scoring takes about 15 minutes. The rater enters a number for each symptom construct that ranges from 0 (not present) to 4 (extreme symptoms).
These scales are easily used online and via mobile devices for assessment at the point of care. Score, share and record results.
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