At six months, among the women who had at least a one-half point decrease on the Hopkins Symptom Checklist depression score, 38 percent lost at least 5 percent of their body weight.
What does HSCL stand for?
HSCL stands for Hopkins Symptom Checklist (psychiatry)
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- Humane Society of Central Illinois (Normal, IL)
- Health and Social Care Information Centre (UK)
- High-Temperature Solid-State Catalytic Isotope Exchange
- Hübner Schlösser & Cie (corporate finance, Germany)
- Higher School of Commerce and International Finance (Warsaw, Poland)
- Health Science Center Jacksonville (University of Florida)
- Head of Schools and Colleges Liaison (University of Wolverhampton; Queensland, Australia)
- Health and Safety Click Ltd (UK)
- Health Science Center Library
- Hindustan Steelworks Construction Ltd. (India; est. 1964)
- Humane Society of Central Louisiana
- Harpoon Ship Command-Launch Control Set
- Hannon Shields Centre for Leadership and Peace (Canada)
- Harpoon Ship Command & Launch Subsystem
- Heidelberg School of Chinese Medicine
- Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal
- Human Spleen Cell Conditioned Medium
- Hydrogen Station Cost Model (University of California, Davis)
- Hands-Free Speech Communication and Microphone Arrays (Workshop)
- Hot Spring County Medical Center (Malvern, AR)
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The main outcomes were 8-wk changes in PD scores [Psychological General Well-Being Schedule (PGWB)] and depressive scales [20-item Hopkins Symptom Checklist Depression Scale (HSCL-D-20) and the 21-item Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAM-D-21)].
At baseline most patients in both groups had strong feelings of somatic and psychic discomfort as measured by the Hopkins Symptom Checklist.
Scores on the Hopkins Symptom Checklist Depression Scale dropped significantly between 6 weeks and 6 months of follow-up among the telephone-psychotherapy patients.
At the 6-month evaluation, about 50% of the IMPACT patients showed at least a 50% reduction in symptom severity, as measured by the Symptoms Checklist-20 depression rating scale (a modified subscale of the Hopkins Symptom Checklist and Brief Symptom Inventory), compared with 30% of patients in the UC group.