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Table 6 Odds Ratio via logistical regression for provider wellness, well-being and burnout correlations

From: Prospective study of emergency medicine provider wellness across ten academic and community hospitals during the initial surge of the COVID-19 pandemic

  Unadjusted Adjusted**
PWLS
(Burnout vs. No Burnout
WBI
(At risk vs. Not at risk)
PWLS
(Burnout vs. No Burnout)
WBI
(At risk vs. Not at risk)
I am concerned about safety this week. 2.64 (1.36–5.14)* 2.20 (1.10–4.40)* 2.48 (1.24–4.95)* 3.34 (1.50–7.41)*
My basic self-care has been impacted this week. 2.71 (1.60–4.61)* 2.80 (1.58–4.96)* 2.80 (1.59–4.90)* 2.67 (1.45–4.90)*
I have experienced stress, anxiety or fear this week. 3.08 (1.51–6.29)* 14.97 (3.58–62.53)* 3.33 (1.58–7.04)* 20.44 (4.62–90.41)*
I have experienced strain on my relationships this week. 2.76 (1.65–4.61)* 2.99 (1.72–5.23)* 2.66 (1.54–4.59)* 3.00 (1.66–5.45)*
I have experienced personal illness or illness of a loved one this week. 1.27 (0.66–2.44) 1.35 (0.68–2.69) 1.05 (0.49–2.24) 1.18 (0.54–2.58)
I have experienced additional work responsibilities this week. 1.20 (0.73–1.99) 4.17 (2.31–7.52)* 1.34 (0.77–2.33) 4.08 (2.14–7.78)*
I have experienced feelings of isolation this week. 3.27 (1.82–5.88)* 1.79 (1.01–3.18)* 3.53 (1.85–6.71)* 2.23 (1.18–4.22)*
  1. * statistically significant at p < 0.05
  2. **controlled for gender, years post training, primary worksite, and current FTE
  3. WBI Well-Being Index, PWLS Physician Work Life Study (single item burnout measure), FTE full time equivalent employment