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Table 5 Multivariate logistic regression of the relationship between high allostatic load and burnout

From: Burnout and allostatic load among health workers engaged in human resourced-constrained hospitals in Accra, Ghana

Independent Variables High Allostatic load
Crude
Odd ratio
95% CI P-value Adjusted
Odd ratio
95% CI P-value
Burnout
 No Reference
 Yes 14.38 10.44-19.81 < 0.001 17.59 11.7-26.4 < 0.001
Emotional Exhaustion
 Low Reference
 Moderate 0.71 0.43-1.17 0.103 0.78 0.47-1.31 0.355
 High 14.97 10.42-21.94 < 0.001 17.90 11.57-27.8 < 0.001
Depersonalization
 Low Reference
 Moderate 6.95 4.03-11.96 < 0.001 5.94 3.34-10.58 < 0.001
 High 10.64 7.88-14.38 < 0.001 9.74 6.90-13.76 < 0.001
Personal Accomplishment
 Low 0.67 0.48-0.94 0.021 1.10 0.74-1.64 0.643
 Moderate 0.14 0.10-0.19 < 0.001 0.18 0.12-0.26 < 0.001
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