The inclusion of these measures does add extra time to the field trial clinic visits, but the opportunity to gather potentially useful clinical data—and, in doing so, making patients active participants in their own care—outweighs the minor time cost. In fact, in the JAMA survey, visits in which patients completed their entire list of concerns lasted on average 15 minutes and 18 seconds—a mere 26 seconds longer than visits in which patients' concerns were not completely solicited (14 minutes and 52 seconds, on average). The forms completed by field trial clinicians include a reminder to ask whether the patient has any additional concerns not reflected in the measures. Of course, one of the goals of the field trials is to determine how feasible or realistic DSM-5 revisions are to real-world settings. If patient feedback suggests the questionnaires are burdensome, their role in DSM-5 may need to be reconsidered and reduced in importance.