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Table 3 Comparison of burnout, SCL-5, job stress and suicidal thoughts between Sana-doctors and Norwegian doctors 1993.

From: Does a self-referral counselling program reach doctors in need of help? A comparison with the general Norwegian doctor workforce

  Sana-doctors Estimated Marginal Mean (95% CI of standard error) Norwegian doctors 1993 Estimated Marginal Mean (95% CI of standard error) Sign.
MBI – emotional exhaustion (1–5) 3.11 (3.00–3.22) 2.52 (2.46–2.57) p < 0.001 ‡
MBI – reduced empathy (1–5) 1.96 (1.89–2.03) 1.92 (1.89–1.96) ns † ‡
MBI – reduced capacity (1–5) 2.31 (2.25–2.37) 2.45 (2.42–2.48) p < 0.001 ‡
SCL-5 (1–5) 2.91 (2.81–3.01) 1.55 (1.50–1.60) p < 0.001
Job stress: Total (1–5) 2.51 (2.42–2.60) 2.02 (1.99–2.05) p < 0.001 ‡
Job stress: Emotional (1–5) 2.19 (2.08–2.29) 1.70 (1.66–1.73) p < 0.001 ‡
Job stress: Social (1–5) 2.88 (2.78–2.98) 2.28 (2.25–2.31) p < 0.001 ‡
Job stress: Fear of litigation (1–5) 2.28 (2.17–2.39) 2.12 (2.08–2.15) p < 0.01 ‡
Suicidal thoughts (0–4) 1.19 (1.08–1.30) 0.54 (0.49–0.60) p < 0.001 ‡
  1. Controlled for gender and age.
  2. n for Sana = 222–227, n for Norwegian doctors 1993 1070 – for MBI and SCL-5, 1009 for suicidal thoughts, and 2497 for job stress.
  3. For significant independent gender effect p < 0.01 = †
  4. For significant independent age effect p < 0.01 = ‡