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Table 2 Prevalence differences of high emotional exhaustion, high depersonalization, low personal accomplishment, and any burnout among obstetrics and gynecology residents from eight Canadian Provinces (N = 143 residents)

From: Prevalence and predictors of burnout among obstetrics and gynecology residents in Canada

  High emotional exhaustion % Diff (95 % CI) High depersonalization % Diff (95 % CI) Low personal accomplishment % Diff (95 % CI) Any burnout % Diff (95 % CI)
Local vs. international −12.2 (−58.2, 33.7) −20.3 (−69.2, 28.6) −13.7 (−57.9, 30.5) −27.9 (−93.7, 37.8)
Work <60 h/week vs. other −22.1 (−60.0, 15.7) 0.3 (−34.9, 34.9) 11.7 (−24.6, 48.0) −3.8 (−30.8, 23.2)
24-h call vs. none −4.7 (−24.0, 14.6) −0.7 (−20.7, 19.2) −3.7 (−20.5, 13.1) −9.4 (−26.3, 7.5)
Night float vs. none 11.4 (−5.7, 28.5) 8.4 (−11.4, 28.2) 7.7 (−9.9, 25.4) 15.4 (−0.6, 31.4)
Any sleep vs. none −13.2 (−32.9, 6.5) −4.9 (−25.7, 16.0) 1.0 (−20.0, 21.9) −7.0 (−23.4, 9.3)
No post-call duties vs. any −5.4 (−39.2, 28.5) 5.2 (−28.9, 39.2) −21.4 (−59.2, 16.3) −7.1 (−31.0, 16.9)
Supervised vs. unsupervised night shift −29.2 (−49.7, −8.6) −18.8 (−41.7, 4.1) −21.7 (−45.4, 2.0) −28.6 (−47.0, −10.2)
Adequate vs. inadequate access to food −12.3 (−30.8, 6.2) −15.0 (−32.7, 2.7) −4.7 (−22.0, 12.7) −16.0 (−31.8, −0.2)
Adequate vs. inadequate access to rooms −4.1 (−24.2, 16.0) −8.5 (−28.6, 11.7) 4.5 (−16.3, 25.3) −10.5 (−27.8, 6.9)
  1. When the 95 % CI does not include 1.0, the difference is significant at 0.05 level