All respondents | Acute | Chronic | Pediatric | Cardiac | |

Sample size, n | 1303 | 164 | 69 | 496 | 336 |

Burnout identified by MBI-HSS (EE≥27 or DP≥10), n (%)†‡ | 565 (43) | 74 (45) | 43 (62) | 149 (30) | 189 (56) |

EE score, median (25th, 75th percentile) | 22 (13, 31) | 21 (14, 32) | 29 (18, 39) | 20 (11, 29) | 22 (13, 31) |

DP score, median (25th, 75th percentile) | 6 (2, 10) | 7 (3, 13) | 9 (5, 14) | 4 (2, 9) | 6 (2, 10) |

LPA score, median (25th, 75th percentile) | 7 (3, 12) | 8 (3, 14) | 7 (4, 11) | 6 (3, 12) | 8 (3, 12) |

Self-identified burnout, n (%)§ | |||||

Current | 303 (23) | 33 (20) | 26 (38) | 100 (20) | 82 (24) |

Former | 317 (24) | 39 (24) | 18 (26) | 129 (26) | 72 (21) |

Never | 670 (51) | 92 (56) | 24 (35) | 264 (53) | 182 (54) |

*P values were calculated using either the.

†Kruskal-Wallis test.

‡Pearson χ

^{2}test.§MBI-HSS evaluates EE (nine questions), DP (five questions) and LPA (eight questions). Answers are given on a seven-point Likert scale (encoded 0–6) so the maximum value for each dimension could be: EE (54), DP (30), LPA (48). Higher values predict more risk of burnout.

DP, Depersonalization; EE, Emotional Exhaustion; LPA, Lack of Personal Accomplishment; MBI-HSS, Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Services Survey.