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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