Table 2.

Regression outputs for burnout, wellbeing, and patient safety outcome variables (aims 1 and 3)

Model F statisticModel P-valueModel R2 (mean)Job rolePractice list sizeAntisocial hoursAdmin hoursExtra rolesOn callPatients per dayPatient contact hoursSupportive practice
Safe practitioner1.900.0350.101−0.047−0.100−0.1490.323a0.095−0.0100.028−0.005−0.003
PSI1.140.318n/a1.1311.0000.9870.9730.9610.987b0.9961.011.039
Near missd1.360.179n/a1.0601.0000.9840.9760.9590.983c1.0151.0081.072
OLBI7.90<0.0010.313−0.1130.077−0.0000.205c0.092−0.1000.132b0.027−0.413a
OLBI: D6.60<0.0010.275−0.1260.028−0.0690.165b0.066−0.1050.154b0.046−0.396a
OLBI: E5.77<0.0010.249−0.0780.1060.0630.200c0.097−0.0750.0850.004−0.346a
GHQ-125.87<0.0010.252−0.1290.026−0.0490.233c0.0770.0670.0260.120−0.301a
QoL9.20<0.0010.345−0.0010.0260.026−0.227c−0.210a0.033−0.137b−0.237a0.339a
• Variables listed vertically indicate model outcome variables. Variables listed horizontally indicate predictor variables. Bold font indicates significant models and variables.

• a Variable made a significant independent contribution to the model at P<0.001.

• b Variable made a significant independent contribution to the model at P < 0.05.

• c Variable made a significant independent contribution to the model at P < 0.01.

• d Logistic regression. GHQ = general health questionnaire. n/a = not applicable. OLBI = Oldenburg burnout inventory. OLBI: D = Oldenburg burnout inventory: disengagement. OLBI: E = Oldenburg burnout inventory: exhaustion. PSI = patient safety incident. QoL = quality of life. All regressions controlled for age, sex, and years in practice. Statistics represent mean standardised β coefficients for linear regressions, odds ratios for logistic regressions.