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Table 1 Characteristics of the study population (N = 104 (100%)

From: Burnout level and associated factors in a sub-Saharan African medical setting: prospective cross-sectional survey

Age (year) Mean, IQR   35.0 30.3–40.0
Gender
 female n, %, CI 95%. 68 65.4% 55.4–74.5%
 male n, %, CI 95%. 36 34.6% 25.6–44.6%
Matrimonial status
 single n, %, CI 95%. 42 40.4% 30.9–50.5%
 living maritally n, %, CI 95%. 62 59.6% 49.5–69.1%
Place of residence and hospital
 different borough n, %, CI 95%. 56 53.9% 43.8–63.7%
 same borough n, %, CI 95%. 48 46.2% 36.3–56.2%
Means of transport
 taxi n, %, CI 95%. 52 50.0% 40.0–60.0%
 personal car n, %, CI 95%. 52 50.0% 40.0–60.0%
Easy access to the hospital (self-assessment / scale from 0 to 7) Median, IQR   4.0 3.0–5.0
Hospital
 Other n, %, CI 95%. 42 40.4% 30.9–50.5%
 University Hospital Center (UHC) n, %, CI 95%. 62 59.6% 49.5–69.1%
Hospital status
 doctoral student in medicine n, %, CI 95%. 34 32.7% 23.8–42.6%
 Doctor (physician) n, %, CI 95%. 70 67.3% 57.4–76.2%
Extra-professional associative activity
 yes n, %, CI 95%. 78 75.0% 65.6–83.0%
 no n, %, CI 95%. 26 25.0% 17.0–34.5%
Estimated number of patients supported per day Median, IQR   10.0 10.0–17.3
Number of elderly dependents living with the practitioner at home Median, IQR   0.0 0.0–1.0
Number of dependent children living with practitioner at home Median, IQR   2.0 1.0–3.0
Attendance of extra-professional associations (self-assessment / scale from 0 to 7) Median, IQR   2.0 1.0–4.0
Frequency of medical activity outside public hospital per week (self-assessment / scale from 0 to 7) Median, IQR   2.0 1.0–3.8
To be favorable to traditional medicine (self-assessment / scale from 0 to 7) Median, IQR   1.0 1.0–2.0
Emotional Exhaustion (from 0 to 54) Median, IQR   18.0 10.0–26.8
Depersonalization (from 0 to 30) Median, IQR   8.0 3.0–11.8
Personal Achievement (from 0 to 48) Median, IQR   40.5 36.0–42.8