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Table 4 Relationship between burnout and socio-demographic/educational factors (n = 121)

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

Variables Values Burnout (n, %) Total Crude OR Adjusted OR
Yes (n = 33) No (n = 88) OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Age 24–28 years 22 (26.8%) 60 (73.2%) 82 0.93 0.40–2.19 0.82 0.29–2.30
 ≥ 29 years 11 (28.2%) 28 (71.8%) 39 1    
Sex Male 15 (21.4%) 55 (78.6%) 70 0.50 0.22–1.12 0.61 0.25–1.53
Female 18 (35.3%) 33 (64.7%) 51 1    
Marital status Single/divorced 20 (29.9%) 47 (70.1%) 67 1.34 0.59–3.03 0.97 0.34–2.77
Married 13 (24.1%) 41 (75.9%) 54 1    
Raising children Yes 5 (17.2%) 24 (82.8%) 29 0.48 0.17–1.38 0.54 0.13–2.16
No 28 (30.4%) 64 (69.6%) 92 1    
Current level R1 – R2 19 (31.7%) 41 (68.3%) 60 1.56 0.69–3.49 1.52 0.60–3.81
R3 – R4 14 (23.0%) 47 (77.0%) 61 1    
Got mental help Yes 16 (59.3%) 11 (40.7%) 27 6.59* 2.60–16.70 5.80* 2.19–15.35
No 17 (18.1%) 77 (81.9%) 94 1    
  1. Crude OR crude odds ratio
  2. * Significant at p < 0.05