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Functional capabilities of depressed patients one year after hospitalization
Psychiatric Services 1995; doi:
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During hospitalization and at one-year follow-up, 48 patients with a diagnosis of major depression completed the Inventory to Diagnose Depression and the Sickness Impact Profile (SIP). Overall change scores revealed statistically significant and clinically important improvements in depression and functioning. SIP subscale scores showed no deficits in some functions (communication and bodily care) at baseline, restoration of functioning in other activities at one-year follow-up, and continuing dysfunctions in emotionality, alertness, recreation, socialization, and work. The SIP appears useful for measuring disability and patterns of recovery in depressed patients.

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