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Table 3 Univariable linear regression analysis of potential determinants of burnout syndrome amongst 447 nursing students who were assessed for burnout syndrome from January to April 2018 in the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon

From: Determinants of burnout syndrome among nursing students in Cameroon: cross-sectional study

Variables Coefficient Intercept 95% CI p value
Age − 0.16 41.71 − 0.30, − 0.04 0.012
Gender (female/male) 0.21 37.87 − 0.94, 1.35 0.723
Marital status (married/single) 6.19 36.98 2.82, 9.56 < 0.001
Difficulties in personal relationships (yes/no) 1.09 37.81 − 0.09, 2.27 0.069
Number of children − 0.89 38.20 − 1.55, − 0.23 0.008
Level of studies − 0.07 38.15 − 0.54, 0.39 0.760
Number of hours studying − 0.09 38.40 − 0.24, 0.06 0.241
Monthly income (in USD) 0.02 37.52 − 0.01, 0.04 0.135
Sufficient monthly income (yes/no) − 0.63 38.29 − 1.74, 0.48 0.266
Cumulative GPA − 0.54 39.50 − 1.48, 0.41 0.265
Satisfaction with results (yes/no) − 1.17 38.45 − 2.21, − 0.13 0.028
Regret choice of nursing studies (yes/no) 2.30 37.74 0.91, 3.69 0.001
Recreational drug use (yes/no) 3.59 38.01 − 0.63, 7.81 0.096
Presence of chronic illness (yes/no) 1.59 37.99 − 0.61, 3.79 0.157
Life changing crises (yes/no) 0.60 37.80 − 0.31, 1.50 0.195