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Table 10 Results Burnout model—Burnout dimensions for nurses

From: Burnout and health status differences among primary healthcare professionals in Portugal

Burnout dimensions Personal-related Work-related Patient-related
   Coef P > z Coef P > z Coef P > z
Socio-economic male -5,001 0,000 -1,475 0,108 1,971 0,064
age -0,034 0,476 -0,116 0,006 -0,130 0,008
  married 1,092 0,209 0,491 0,526 0,001 0,999
  nb_children -0,901 0,036 -0,547 0,153 -1,484 0,001
  education 0,051 0,890 -0,067 0,840 -0,802 0,036
  income -5,337 0,000 -5,091 0,000 -3,635 0,000
Professional and labour tenure 0,739 0,408 0,101 0,899 0,576 0,532
leader 2,600 0,006 2,385 0,005 0,617 0,527
Job Satisfaction OJS -0,450 0,000 -0,443 0,000 -0,326 0,000
Geographic urban -0,885 0,353 -1,307 0,124 -0,496 0,613
  rural -2,049 0,332 -2,185 0,246 -1,124 0,606
  NOR 3,463 0,038 2,901 0,051 0,927 0,590
  CEN 0,818 0,645 -1,198 0,449 -3,424 0,061
  LTV 3,786 0,031 3,208 0,040 -0,102 0,955
  ALE 2,720 0,171 2,491 0,160 -1,463 0,476
Unit type USF-A -1,283 0,200 -1,515 0,090 4,007 0,000
  USF-B -0,963 0,319 -1,380 0,110 5,051 0,000
  UCSP -3,686 0,000 -3,792 0,000 1,561 0,137
_cons   72,129 0,000 79,374 0,000 73,886 0,000
Nb of obs   2846   2846   2846  
LR chi2(18)   480,350   567,060   296,180  
Prob > chi2   0,000   0,000   0,000  
Pseudo R2   0,020   0,023   0,012  
Log likelihood   -12,043.384   -11,829,958   -11,890,948