Table 2.

Unstandardized slope coefficients (95% CIs) for personal and work-related burnout and loneliness: N = 198.

VARIABLEPERSONAL BURNOUT, SLOPE COEFFICIENT (95% CI)*WORK-RELATED BURNOUT, SLOPE COEFFICIENT (95% CI)*LONELINESS, SLOPE COEFFICIENT (95% CI), R2 = 0.363
MODEL 1, R2 = 0.412MODEL 2, R2 = 0.456MODEL 1, R2 = 0.375MODEL 2, R2 = 0.421
Social support source
  • Relatives−0.014 (−0.123 to 0.095)0.004 (−0.102 to 0.109)−0.033 (−0.107 to 0.041)−0.021 (−0.093 to 0.050)−0.061 (−0.167 to 0.044)
  • Friends−0.040 (−0.123 to 0.042)−0.013 (−0.093 to 0.067)−0.062 (−0.118 to −0.007)−0.044 (−0.098 to 0.011)−0.098 (−0.178 to −0.019)
  • Colleagues0.012 (−0.065 to 0.089)0.033 (−0.041 to 0.108)−0.004 (−0.449 to −0.155)0.010 (−0.040 to 0.061)−0.077 (−0.152 to −0.003)
LonelinessNA0.280 (0.142 to 0.419)NA0.190 (0.096 to 0.284)NA
Constant−14.85 (−133.63 to 103.94)−23.80 (−138.21 to 90.61)−58.65 (−139.03 to 21.73)−64.73 (−142.14 to 12.68)31.95 (−83.02 to 146.92)
  • NA—not applicable, SUR—seemingly unrelated regression.

  • * All models control for all variables listed in Table 1. Results for model 1 for personal and work-related burnout are estimated from the same SUR model. Results for model 2 for both burnout outcomes and loneliness are estimated from the same SUR model.

  • P < .05.

  • P < .01.