Skip to main content

Table 3 Academic and Work-related Factors of the Study Participants

From: Prevalence and associated factors of burnout among Debre Berhan University medical students: a cross-sectional study

VariableResponseFrequency (n = 144)Percentage (%)
Being comfortable with the learning environmentYes2416.7
No12083.3
Being comfortable with the teaching-learning processYes149.7
No13090.3
Impact of the distance between university and hospital on the clerkship programYes8686.0
No1414.0
Satisfied with practices lecturersYes3927.1
No10572.9
Satisfied with class lecturersYes2920.1
No11579.9
Administrative problemsYesa5538.2
No8961.8
Bothered by the educational systemYes9666.7
No4833.3
Study overloadYes14298.6
No21.4
Academic pressureYes11781.3
No2718.8
Spending most of the time in the HospitalYes6868.0
No3232.0
Exposure to human sufferingYes6767.0
No3333.0
Student-senior relationshipBad128.3
Fair8055.6
Good5236.1
The rigidness of the curriculumvery tight12184.0
Fairly enough time2013.9
Enough time32.1
Rotation in hospital wards is stressfulYes5757.0
No4343.0
Stressful unit in HospitalEmergencyYes4646.0
No5454.0
Obs. and Gyn.Yes2727.0
No7373.0
Internal medicineYes3939.0
No6161.0
PaediatricsYes1515.0
No8585.0
SurgeryYes3838.0
No6262.0
Comfortable with night dutiesnot at all3041.7
sometimes3143.1
most of the time1115.3
Courses and their time allocationno enough11277.8
enough time2819.4
excess allocation of time42.8
  1. alack of senior lecturer in some courses, lack of exam schedule, delay in problem-solving, poor coordination, transportation problem and poor attention given for their questions