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Table 2 Linear regression analysis with Depersonalization; Emotional Exhaustion; Personal Accomplishment as dependent variables 

From: Graduate medical education-led continuous assessment of burnout and learning environments to improve residents’ wellbeing

Variable Unstandardized Coefficients: B Standardized Coefficient: beta P value 95.0% Confidence Interval for B
Depersonalization as the dependent variable
Clinical supervision -0.527 -0.164  < 0.001 -0.805 to -0.249
Self-defined burnout 2.019 0.256  < 0.001 1.319 to 2.719
Impaired personal relations 0.597 0.221  < 0.001 0.380 to 0.815
Backup support -0.741 -0.157 0.001 -1.170 to -0.312
Emotional Exhaustion as the dependent variable
Clinical supervision -1.134 -0.214  < 0.001 -1.486 to -0.781
Self-defined burnout 4.660 0.358  < 0.001 3.771 to 5.549
Impaired personal relations 1.308 0.293  < 0.001 1.031 to 1.584
Backup support -0.624 -0.080 0.025 -1.169 to -0.079
Personal Accomplishment as the dependent variable
Clinical Supervision 1.052 0.329  < 0.001 0.785 to 1.340
Self-defined burnout -1.434 -0.183  < 0.001 -2.159 to -0.709
  1. Legend
  2. Variables entered into the models included: Clinical supervision; Self-defined burnout; Impaired personal relations; Back-up support; Burnout-support; Sleep difficulties as independent variables and Emotional Exhaustion, Depersonalization, Personal Accomplishment were the dependent variables
  3. Only significant findings were reported