Skip to main content

Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics and working condition of residents (n=377)

From: The effect of using technology for work on burnout and work productivity among Saudi board residents: a cross-sectional study

Study data N (%)
Age group
 <30 years 256 (67.9%)
 ≥30 years 121 (32.1%)
Gender
 Male 168 (44.6%)
 Female 209 (55.4%)
Marital status
 Single 154 (40.8%)
 Married 213 (56.5%)
 Divorced or widowed 10 (02.7%)
Number of children
 None 221 (58.6%)
 One 84 (22.3%)
 More than one 72 (19.1%)
Residency training program
 Ob-Gyne 35 (8.86%)
 Internal medicine 80 (20.25%)
 General surgery 30 (7.59%)
 Family medicine 125 (31.65%)
 Pediatric 31 (7.85%)
 Other (otolaryngology, ophthalmology, radiology, orthopedic, cardiology, neurology, urology, pathology, dermatology, psychiatry, anesthesia, clinical biochemistry, critical care, preventive medicine and plastic surgery|) 87 (22.03%)
Residency level
 R1 66 (17.5%)
 R2 101 (26.8%)
 R3 120 (31.8%)
 R4 70 (18.6%)
 R5 20 (05.3%)
 R6 0
Location of center
 Central region 67 (17.8%)
 Eastern region 210 (55.7%)
 Western region 81 (21.5%)
 Southern region 08 (02.1%)
 Northern region 07 (01.9%)
 Other gulf countries 04 (01.1%)
Type of center
 Government 356 (94.4%)
 Private 21 (05.6%)
Mainly used type of medical records
 Paper 153 (40.6%)
 Electronic 224 (59.4%)
Received hospital calls within the last month
 Yes 244 (64.7%)
 No 133 (35.3%)
Number of hospital calls
 ≤5 calls 119 (48.8%)
 >5 calls 125 (51.2%)
I would choose my specialty again
 Strongly disagree 40 (10.6%)
 Disagree 34 (09.0%)
 Neutral 90 (23.9%)
 Agree 95 (25.2%)
 Strongly agree 118 (31.3%)