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Table 2 Percentage of participants with the highest scores (above the Q3) in each burnout subtype by variables of interest

From: Management of burnout among the staff of primary care centres in Spain during the pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2

  High score in Frenetic (68% of the sample) High score in Underchallenged (27% of the sample) High score in Worn-out subtype (25% of the sample) High scores in at least 1 subtype. (79% of the sample) High scores in at least 2 subtypes. (62% of the sample)
% p value % p value % p value % p value % i value
Sex
 Male 64   30   14   76   54  
 Female 70 0.44 26 0.55 28 0.04 80 0.52 64 0.2
Age
 < 35 years 80   39   26   89   72  
 35–48 years 68   29   22   82   62  
 > 48 years 64 0.06 20 0.02 26 0.75 74 0.06 57 0.141
Size of household
 1 person 62   35   32   79   65  
 2 people 76   30   26   81   67  
 3–4 people 69   26   25   78   56  
 > 4 people 61 0.34 11 0.15 14 0.43 79 0.97 68 0.43
Length of service
 < 13 years 81   35   24   89   68  
 13–23 years 62   31   23   83   66  
 > 23 years 66 0.04 21 0.09 27 0.84 73 0.02 57 0.2
Contract duration
 Temporary 71   34   25   88   69  
 Permanent 66 0.353 21 0.02 25 0.97 72 0.03 56 0.04
Occupation
 NHP 72   24   16   76   72  
 Nurse 70   25   23   81   59  
 Doctor 66 0.76 32 0.56 34 0.09 80 0.86 63 0.42
Specific COVID-19 training provideda
 No 70   32   30   83   65  
 Yes 65 0.5 13 0.002 12 0.003 70 0.02 54 0.1
Took part in decision-making
 No 66   32   32   79   64  
 Yes 73 0.25 19 0.02 12 0.001 77 0.77 58 0.29
Zone
 B 68   19   13   68   54  
 A 69 0.88 32 0.03 32 0.001 86 0.001 67 0.05
  1. Bold text indicates statistical significance
  2. NHP non-healthcare professional
  3. aProvided by the National Health System/Health authorities