Table 4

Multivariate predictors of ProQOL outcomes

ModelPredictor variableCoefficient (95% CI)SEp Value
Compassion satisfaction
Being female0.38 (−1.06 to 1.82)0.730.603
Being separated/divorced/widowed2.29 (−0.84 to 5.42)1.590.151
Being single−1.72 (−4.22 to 0.79)1.280.179
Having children0.12 (−0.54 to 0.78)0.340.731
Working in trauma centre2.49 (0.90 to 4.07)0.810.002
Working part-time−0.48 (−2.52 to 1.57)1.040.649
Years as consultant (linear)−0.18 (−0.30 to −0.06)0.630.005
Years as consultant (curved)0.02 (0.01 to 0.03)0.010.003
Burnout
Being female0.308 (−1.24 to 1.85)0.790.696
Being separated/divorced/widowed−1.97 (−5.32 to 1.39)1.710.25
Being single2.88 (0.19 to 5.57)1.370.036
Having children−0.16 (−0.87 to 0.55)0.360.656
Working in trauma centre−0.7 (−2.40 to 1.01)0.870.422
Working part-time−0.91 (−3.11 to 1.28)1.120.415
Years as consultant (linear)0.29 (0.15 to 0.42)0.07<0.001
Years as consultant (curved)−0.03 (−0.05 to −0.02)0.01<0.001
Secondary traumatic stress
Being female1.33 (−0.33 to 2.99)0.850.116
Being separated/divorced/widowed−3.45 (−7.06 to 0.17)1.840.061
Being single0.67 (−2.22 to 3.57)1.470.648
Having children0.45 (−0.31 to 1.21)0.390.248
Working in trauma centre0.49 (−1.34 to 2.32)0.930.599
Working part-time−1.22 (−3.59 to 1.14)1.200.311
Years as consultant (linear)0.29 (0.14 to 0.43)0.07<0.001
Years as consultant (curved)−0.02 (−0.03 to −0.01)0.010.005
  • ProQOL, Professional Quality of Life.