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Table 4 Changes in job satisfaction by different professional roles (doctors, assistant medical officers, nurses, ISS personnel) following EnPHC interventions

From: The effects of enhanced primary healthcare interventions on primary care providers’ job satisfaction

Job satisfactionIntervention GroupControl GroupDifference*Coefficient (SE)95% CIp-value
Baseline17 monthsBaseline17 months
Doctorsn = 104n = 132n = 94n = 127    
1. Some parts of my work do not really make sense2.75(0.81)2.73(0.77)2.69(0.79)2.70(0.76)−0.03− 0.056 (0.162)− 0.374,
0.262
0.728
2. My work still interests me as much as it ever did3.02(0.61)3.20(0.55)3.18(0.57)3.17(0.55)0.170.197 (0.102)−0.003,
0.396
0.053
3. Overloaded with unnecessary administrative detail2.51(0.74)2.55(0.73)2.18(0.76)2.46(0.65)−0.24−0.290 (0.148)−0.581,
0.001
0.051
4. Too much stress2.67(0.72)2.74(0.60)2.67(0.63)2.80(0.65)−0.06−0.077 (0.135)−0.341,
0.187
0.570
5. Well-respected job3.04(0.84)3.08(0.74)3.17(0.65)3.17(0.63)0.040.007 (0.105)−0.199,
0.214
0.945
6. Good balance between effort and reward2.63(0.72)2.73(0.68)2.61(0.68)2.76(0.66)−0.05−0.077 (0.146)−0.364,
0.210
0.599
Assistant medical officersn = 60n = 75n = 63n = 60    
1. Some parts of my work do not really make sense2.43(0.77)2.35(0.76)2.54(0.91)2.55(0.81)−0.09−0.133 (0.206)−0.537,
0.271
0.518
2. My work still interests me as much as it ever did3.10(0.60)3.27(0.60)3.14(0.56)3.40(0.56)−0.09−0.134 (0.148)−0.425,
0.156
0.364
3. Overloaded with unnecessary administrative detail2.12(0.61)2.28(0.73)2.21(0.83)2.23(0.79)0.140.153 (0.175)−0.191,
0.497
0.383
4. Too much stress2.30(0.70)2.21(0.62)2.38(0.79)2.35(0.80)−0.06−0.051 (0.172)−0.388,
0.286
0.770
5. Well-respected job3.25(0.75)3.32(0.74)3.30(0.75)3.25(0.93)0.120.122 (0.196)−0.263,
0.507
0.535
6. Good balance between effort and reward2.82(0.68)3.00(0.64)2.92(0.75)3.03(0.80)0.070.105 (0.153)−0.195,
0.404
0.494
Nursesn = 316n = 338n = 283n = 309    
1. Some parts of my work do not really make sense2.64(0.79)2.47(0.74)2.55(0.79)2.53(0.79)−0.15−0.154 (0.128)−0.405,
0.098
0.230
2. My work still interests me as much as it ever did3.11(0.58)3.31(0.60)3.10(0.57)3.30(0.61)0−0.009 (0.093)−0.192,
0.174
0.920
3. Overloaded with unnecessary administrative detail2.29(0.71)2.32(0.71)2.26(0.71)2.42(0.74)−0.13−0.130 (0.105)−0.337,
0.076
0.217
4. Too much stress2.42(0.74)2.28(0.73)2.37(0.74)2.45(0.65)−0.22−0.223 (0.100)−0.419,
− 0.026
0.026
5. Well-respected job3.54(0.59)3.43(0.67)3.41(0.64)3.49(0.68)−0.19−0.175 (0.079)−0.331,
− 0.019
0.027
6. Good balance between effort and reward3.03(0.63)2.98(0.62)3.02(0.54)3.06(0.58)−0.09−0.071 (0.099)−0.265,
0.122
0.468
ISS personneln = 64n = 100n = 58n = 74    
1. Some parts of my work do not really make sense2.75(0.73)2.83(0.71)2.72(0.79)2.92(0.70)−0.12−0.073 (0.172)−0.411,
0.264
0.670
2. My work still interests me as much as it ever did3.16(0.57)3.17(0.55)2.95(0.66)3.18(0.67)−0.22−0.175 (0.126)−0.423,
0.073
0.166
3. Overloaded with unnecessary administrative detail2.28(0.68)2.46(0.67)2.36(0.74)2.53(0.73)0.010.007 (0.158)−0.302,
0.316
0.966
4. Too much stress2.52(0.71)2.70(0.56)2.53(0.68)2.74(0.64)−0.03−0.025 (0.127)−0.274,
0.223
0.842
5. Well-respected job3.38(0.60)3.33(0.64)3.24(0.63)3.28(0.63)−0.09−0.075 (0.169)−0.407,
0.257
0.657
6. Good balance between effort and reward2.63(0.75)2.89(0.68)2.90(0.58)2.81(0.70)0.350.386 (0.180)0.033,
0.738
0.032
  1. ISS integrated specialised service, CI confidence interval
  2. *Change from baseline to 17 months, intervention group versus control group
  3. Note: Outcomes are adjusted for age, gender, educational level, professional roles, working duration in primary care settings, hours spent per week on direct patient care, location of clinics (urban/rural)