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    Hamilton Anxiety Scale

    Rates level of anxiety based on clinical questions.
    When to Use
    Why Use
    • Evaluating new patients to assess their level of anxiety and functioning.
    • Trending a patient’s anxiety level over time.

    The Hamilton Anxiety Scale can help objectify and rate the severity of a patient's anxiety.

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    Dr. Max Hamilton

    About the Creator

    Max Hamilton, MD, FRCP, (d. 1988) was a senior lecturer in psychiatry at the University of Leeds in England. He was also president of the British Psychological Society and received the Paul Hoch Prize for Distinguished Psychiatric Research from the American Psychopathological Association in 1980. Dr. Hamilton’s research focused primarily on psychometrics and clinical statistics.

    To view Dr. Max Hamilton's publications, visit PubMed

    About the Creator
    Dr. Max Hamilton