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Table 2 Prevalence of burnout and depressive symptoms among the study population (n = 121)

From: Burnout and depression among psychiatry residents during COVID-19 pandemic

Variables Frequency Percent (%)
Burnout syndromea (n = 121)
 Yes 33 27.3
 No 88 72.7
Burnout subscales (n = 121)
 High emotional exhaustion 32 26.4
 High depersonalization 13 10.7
 Low personal accomplishment 29 24.0
Depressive symptoms (n = 121)
 Yes 33 27.3
 No 88 72.7
Severity of depressive symptoms (n = 33)
 Moderate depressive symptoms 20 60.6
 Moderately severe depressive symptoms 7 21.2
 Severe depressive symptoms 6 18.2
  1. aDetermined based on respondents having a high score on the emotional exhaustion and/or depersonalization subscales (see “Methods”)