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Table 3 Multivariate logistic regression analysis for the association between residents’ worry for a negative effect on the quality of their specialist training or worry for their residency being prolonged and working extra clinical hours, being transferred to another healthcare institution, and working on a COVID-19 ward

From: Challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic on the Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program: a mixed-methods Swedish survey in the COPE Staff cohort study

   Worry for negative effect on the quality of their specialist training Worry for their residency being prolonged
Covariates n (%) P (%) b P-value P (%) b P-value
Model 1: Worry for negative effects = constant + working extra clinical hours + working on a COVID-19 ward
Constant    0.64 0.06   -1.6 0.2
Working extra clinical hours
 Yes 111 (72) 74 0.64 0.1 21 0.58 0.1
 No 44 (28) 59 ref   32 ref  
Being redeployed to another healthcare institution working on a covid-19 ward
 Yes, > 8 weeks 4 (3) 75 -0.001 1.0 25 -1.4 0.4
 Yes, 5-8 weeks 12 (7) 67 0.11 0.9 8 0.88 0.5
 Yes, 1-4 weeks 23 (14) 70 -0.30 0.6 39 0.17 0.9
 Yes, <1 week 10 (6) 70 0.77 0.5 30 0.29 0.8
 No 113 (70) 69 ref   28 ref  
Model 2: Worry for negative effects = constant + working extra clinical hours + being transferred to another healthcare institution
Constant    0.72 0.04   -1.3 <0.001
Working extra clinical hours
 Yes 111 (72) 74 0.75 0.07 21 0.65 0.1
 No 44 (28) 59 ref   32 ref  
Being transferred to another health care institution     
 Yes 44 (27) 69 -0.57 0.2 30 0.03 0.9
 No 113 (73) 71 ref   28 ref  
  1. n number of respondents in the total study population, P Prevalence (%) reporting worry for decreased quality of residency and prolonged residency, respectively, b=odds ratio expressing worry for decreased quality of residency and prolonged residency versus not expressing worry