Burnout among Dutch general practitioners

Published: 12-02-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xz9wwsfbxk.1
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Nico C. Verhoef

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Hypothesis 1: Generic job demands are positively related to a) emotional exhaustion, and b) depersonalization. Hypothesis 2: GP-specific job demands are positively related to a) emotional exhaustion and b) depersonalization. Hypothesis 3: Generic job resources are negatively related to a) emotional exhaustion and b) depersonalization. Hypothesis 4: GP-specific resources are negatively related to a) emotional exhaustion and b) depersonalization. Hypothesis 5: Time-based negative WHI partially mediates the relationship between generic job demands and a) emotional exhaustion, b) depersonalization. Hypothesis 6: Time-based negative WHI partially mediates the relationship between GP specific job demands and a) emotional exhaustion and b) depersonalization. Hypothesis 7: Strain-based negative WHI partially mediates the relationship between generic job demands and a) emotional exhaustion and b) depersonalization. Hypothesis 8: Strain-based negative WHI partially mediates the relationship between GP specific job demands and a) emotional exhaustion and b) depersonalization. The dataset includes raw data obtained from questionnaires, before single imputation with EM algorithm in SPSS to deal with missing values; Description of variables: WPQ (work pace and quantity; generic job demand, q0001 – q0006) MENT (mental load, generic job demand, q0007 – q0010) AUTO (autonomy, generic job resource, q0011 – q0013), not included in the current study OPPOR (opportunity for development, generic job resource, q0014-q0016) FEEDB (feedback, generic job resource, q0017-q0019) COLL (collaboration, generic job resource, q0020-q0022) SELF (self-efficacy, generic personal resource, q0023-q0026, not included in the current study) OPTIM (optimism, generic personal resources, q0027-q0030, not included in the current study) STRAIN (strain-based negative work-home interference, q0031, q0032, q0038, q0041) TIME (time-based negative work-home interference, q0034, q0037, q0039, q0042) EE (emotional exhaustion, q0044, q0045, q0046, q0049, q0051, q0055, q0056, q0059) DP (depersonalization, q0048, q0053, q0054, q0061) PA (personal accomplishment, q0047, q0050, q0052, q0057, q0058, q0060) JDGP (occupation-specific job demands, q0062-q0074) JRGP (occupation-specific job resources, q0075-q0084) PRGP (occupation-specific personal resources, q0085-q0087, not included in the current study) gender q0088 year of birth q0089 marital status q0090 year of start in present practice q0091 number of employees q0092 partner with job q0093 partner works overtime q0094 flexible childcare arrangements q0095 non-flexible childcare arrangements q0096 practice type q0097 care hours q0098 work hours q0099

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1. presented here are raw data obtained via questionnaires 2. missing data: single imputation em-algorithm in SPSS 3. exploratory factor analysis in SPSS 4. confirmatory factor abalysis in AMOS 5. ordinary regression analysis in MEDIATE(Andre Hayes, SPSS)