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Table 3 The results of logistic regression analysis for intentions to leave the country, odds ratios (ORs) and 95% CIs

From: The turnover intentions and intentions to leave the country of foreign-born physicians in Finland: a cross-sectional questionnaire study

  Model Aa Model Bb
OR (95% CI) p OR (95% CI) p
Gender    0.181    0.239
 Man 1    1   
 Woman 0.65 0.35–1.22   0.65 0.32–1.33  
Age 0.85 0.60–1.20 0.345 0.77 0.52–1.14 0.194
Employment sector    0.043    0.115
 Municipal (e.g., primary care) 1    1   
 State (e.g., hospitals) 3.15 1.26–7.87   2.90 1.05–7.97  
 Private 1.00 0.40–2.47   1.05 0.40–2.80  
Country of birth    0.119    0.385
 Estonia 1    1   
 Russia/former Soviet Union 0.44 0.18–1.09   0.42 0.16–1.15  
 Other EU/EEA 1.32 0.58–3.03   0.80 0.30–2.11  
 Other 1.34 0.54–3.31   0.88 0.30–2.53  
Years from Finnish practicing license 1.05 0.74–1.50 0.787 1.17 0.80–1.70 0.419
Discrimination     1.19 0.71–2.00 0.505
Language problems     1.36 1.01–1.83 0.046
Employment barriers     1.94 0.93–4.06 0.077
Satisfaction with living in Finland       0.009
 Low     1   
 High     0.37 0.18–0.78  
Team climate     0.79 0.56–1.11 0.172
Job satisfaction       0.959
 Low     1   
 High     1.02 0.46–2.29  
Patient-related stress     1.08 0.69–1.68 0.736
  1. Continuous variables were used as continuous standardized variables and the model ORs presented indicate the likelihood of passing from no intentions to leave the country to having intentions to leave the country, compared to one standard deviation change in continuous independent variables
  2. OR Odds ratio, CI Confidence interval
  3. aAdjusted for gender, age, employment sector, country of birth, and years from getting practicing licence in Finland
  4. bAdditionally adjusted for discrimination, language problems, employment barriers, satisfaction with living in Finland, team climate, job satisfaction, and patient-related stress