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Table 5 Multiple regression statistics of key predictors of outcomes of interest in the public and private doctors

From: Relationships of work characteristics to job satisfaction, turnover intention, and burnout among doctors in the district public-private mixed health system of Bangladesh

Model   Provider type R R 2 Standardized β (p-value) Change statistics
R 2 change F change df 1 / 2 Sig. F change
A. Model: satisfaction
Public doctors
  1. Organizational supports .371 .137 .19 (.006) .137 36.32 1 / 228 <.001
  2. Job Characteristics .439 .193 .23 (<.001) .056 15.55 1 / 227 <.001
  3. Working condition .469 .220 .17 (.009) .027 7.90 1 / 226 .005
  4. Health-professional politics .484 .235 - .13 (.040) .015 4.28 1 / 225 .040
Private doctors
  1. Organizational supports .539 .290 .539 (<.001) .290 42.91 1 / 105 <.001
B. Model: turnover intention
Public doctors
  1. Organizational supports .416 .173 −.37 (<.001) .173 47.85 1 / 228 <.001
  2. Health-professional politics .443 .196 .16 (.012) .023 6.36 1 / 227 .012
Private doctors
  1. Organizational supports .351 .123 −.35(<.001) .123 15.02 1 / 107 <.001
C. Model: burnout
Public doctors
  1. Organizational supports .209 .044 −.16 (.019) .044 10.41 1 / 228 .001
  2. Health-professional politics .255 .065 .15 (.023) .021 5.23 1 / 227 .023
Private doctors
  1. External social supports .291 .085 −.292 (.002) .085 9.91 1 / 107 .002
  1. Note: Sig. indicates significance