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Table 8 Results Burnout model—Burnout dimensions for all professionals

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 -4.916 0.000 -2.347 0.000 -0.245 0.725
age -0.135 0.000 -0.194 0.000 -0.148 0.000
  married 1.212 0.068 0.647 0.273 1.118 0.099
  nb_children -1.107 0.001 -0.976 0.001 -1.353 0.000
  education -0.256 0.326 -0.261 0.261 -0.823 0.002
  income -6.079 0.000 -5.622 0.000 -4.272 0.000
Professional and labour GP 14.693 0.000 14.466 0.000 17.321 0.000
nurse 2.766 0.011 3.208 0.001 3.258 0.004
tenure 1.041 0.130 0.661 0.281 0.530 0.450
  leader 0.972 0.150 1.078 0.073 -0.176 0.799
Job Satisfaction OJS -0.456 0.000 -0.447 0.000 -0.352 0.000
Geographic urban -1.837 0.019 -1.705 0.015 -1.230 0.124
  rural -1.597 0.345 -1.102 0.464 -0.760 0.660
  NOR 4.686 0.000 3.679 0.001 2.311 0.077
  CEN 2.298 0.092 0.352 0.771 -1.260 0.365
  LTV 5.243 0.000 4.151 0.000 1.298 0.339
  ALE 4.013 0.011 3.253 0.021 0.279 0.862
Unit type USF-A -0.741 0.404 -0.558 0.480 5.450 0.000
  USF-B -1.133 0.188 -1.265 0.099 5.408 0.000
  UCSP -4.178 0.000 -3.658 0.000 2.236 0.013
_cons   79.422 0.000 82.836 0.000 71.718 0.000
Nb of obs   5018   5018   5018  
LR chi2(18)   1030.09   1210.69   1029.29  
Prob > chi2   0.000   0.000   0.000  
Pseudo R2   0.023   0.028   0.024  
Log likelihood   -21,457.36   -21,122.62   -21,226.267