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Table 3 Selected predictors of high burnout scores across three dimensions

From: Occupational burnout and lifestyle in Kazakhstan cardiologists

  EE DP PA
Low High Low High Low High
N (%) 185 (71) 74 (29) 134 (52) 125 (48) 191 (74) 68 (26)
Male sex, N (%) 37 (20) 10 (14) 25 (19) 22 (18) 37 (19) 10 (15)
Age, years, mean ± standard deviation or median (interquartile range) 35 (15) 34.8 ± 8.7 35 (14.5) 33 (12) 34 (13.5) 37.1 ± 10.9
Work duration, years, median (interquartile range) 10 (15) 10 (10.5) 10 (15) 10 (12) 10 (14.3) 10.5 (12.5)
Married, N (%) 110 (59) 36 (49) 78 (58) 68 (54) 110 (56) 36 (53)
Never smoking, N (%) 147 (79) 55 (74) 105 (78) 97 (78) 146 (76) 56 (82)
Never alcohol, N (%) 128 (69) 44 (59) 86 (64) 87 (70) 119 (62) 52 (76)*
Regular physical activity, N (%) 70 (38) 19 (26) 46 (34) 43 (34) 66 (35) 22 (32)
FSS, mean ± standard deviation or median (interquartile range) 22 (18) 35.3 ± 12,6* 20 (17.3) 33.1 ± 13,2* 28 (22) 21.5 (22.5)*
  1. Note: EE emotional Exhaustion, DP Depersonalization, PA Personal Accomplishment; *significant difference using Mann-Whitney U-test for Fatigue Severity Score (FSS) or 2*2 test with the corresponding χ2