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Table 1 Sociodemographics of the study participants (N = 180)

From: The role of chronic physical illness and job dissatisfaction on burnout’s risk among medical interns in Oman: a study of prevalence and determinants

Variable n (%)
Gender
 Male 29 (16.1)
 Female 151 (83.9)
Age (mean ± SD) 25.48 ± 1.18
Nationality
 Omani 153 (85.0)
 Non-Omani 27 (15.0)
Marital status
 Single 151 (83.9)
 Married 29 (16.1)
Having children
 Yes 8 (4.4)
 No 172 (95.6)
Place of graduation
 SQU (Oman) 69 (38.3)
 NUST (Oman) 91 (50.6)
 Abroad 20 (11.1)
Accommodation
 Family house 117 (65.0)
 Apartment with friends 12 (6.7)
 Hospital hostel 29 (16.1)
 Living alone 22 (12.2)
Physical illness
 Yes 22 (12.2)
 No 158 (87.8)
Exposed to workspace bullying
 Yes 85 (47.2)
 No 95 (52.8)
Thinking of leaving medicine and changing the career
 Yes 28 (15.6)
 No 152 (84.4)
It is important to have resilience and wellbeing program designed for medical interns during the internship year
 Yes 175 (97.2)
 No 5 (2.8)
  1. NUST National University of Science and Technology, SQU Sultan Qaboos University