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Table 6 Association between presenteeism and work-related exposures and outcomes

From: Presenteeism exposures and outcomes amongst hospital doctors and nurses: a systematic review

Organizational-related Factors Exposures Outcomes
Positive Negative Not significant Positive Negative Not significant
Work stressors
 Time pressure Dellve 2011      
 Job demands/ work pressure Demerouti 2009      
 Physical demands Demerouti 2009      
 Ergonomic factors (stooping long)   d’Errico 2013     
 Patient demands Demerouti 2009      
 Musculoskeletal pain/disease Dellve 2011    Trinkoff 2006   
Warren 2011      
Letvak 2012      
Martinez 2012      
 Role conflicts Sendén 2013      
 Organizational justice d’Errico 2013      
 Working group climate d’Errico 2013      
 Quality of working process    d’Errico 2013    
 High Responsibility Dellve 2011      
 Limited lifting equipment Skela-Savič 2017      
Work resources
 Effort-reward balance, Reward   Dellve 2011     
 Decision making/ work pace control   Thun 2014     
 Income   Martinez 2012     
 Institutional flu measures   LaVela 2007     
 Organizational care   Sendén 2013     
 Social support   Dellve 2011     
  Thun 2014     
 Supervisory support   Thun 2014 d’Errico 2013    
 Affective commitment   Yang 2017     
Work Psychosocial Emotions
 Optimism/ positive work feelings/ daily activity well-being/ meaningfulness   Dellve 2011     
 Job satisfaction   Rantanen 2011     
 Burnout (Overall)     Dellve 2011   
 Burnout (Exhaustion) Demerouti 2009   d’Errico 2013 Demerouti 2009   
Vandenbroeck 2017    Thun 2014   
 Burnout (Depersonalization/ disengagement)    d’Errico 2013 Demerouti 2009   
   Vandenbroeck 2017 Thun 2014   
 Burnout (Personal Competence) Vandenbroeck 2017      
 Psychological stress Dellve 2011      
Martinez 2012      
Umann 2014      
Yang 2017      
 Work dissatisfaction Skela-Savič 2017      
Work Outcomes
 Medication errors     Letvak 2013   
 Patient falls     Letvak 2013   
 Quality of care     Letvak 2013