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LIU Shan,WANG Fengjuan,DU Yanxiao.AN INVESTIGATION OF DEPRESSIVE STATE IN RESIDENT PHYSICIANS IN A HOSPITAL AND RELATED INFLUENCING FACTORS[J].Acta Aacademiae Medicinae Qingdao,2017,53(03):358-360,362.[doi:10.13361/j.qdyxy.201703031]

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ൺѧҽѧԺѧ[ISSN:1672-4488/CN:37-1356/R]

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201703
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358-360,362
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2017-08-07

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Title:
AN INVESTIGATION OF DEPRESSIVE STATE IN RESIDENT PHYSICIANS IN A HOSPITAL AND RELATED INFLUENCING FACTORS
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1672-4488(2017)03-0358-04
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Author(s):
LIU Shan WANG Fengjuan DU Yanxiao
Special Inspection Section, Qingdao Mental Health Center, Qingdao 266034, China
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סԺҽʦӰط
Keywords:
recidents depression root cause analysis
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R749.42
DOI:
10.13361/j.qdyxy.201703031
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A
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Ŀġ˽סԺҽʦ״Ӱء
Beckʾ-13ijҽԺٴҵ210סԺҽʦ״е飬Ӱء
סԺҽʦΪ40.5%ѧOR=2.45395%CI=1.203~5.001סԺҽʦͣOR=0.57195%CI=0.348~0.938ÿܹʱ䣨OR=1.02795%CI=1.006~1.049䣨OR=0.85395%CI=0.769~0.946ƻѵʱOR=0.49995%CI=0.321~0.774ȣOR=2.08695%CI=1.461~2.978ԼľҵOR=0.63695%CI=0.498~0.813סԺҽʦӰء
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Abstract:
Objective To investigate the depressive state of resident physicians and related influencing factors.
Methods The Beck Depression Inventory-13 was used to investigate the depressive state of 210 resident physicians from the clinical departments in a grade A tertiary hospital, and the influencing factors for depression were analyzed.
Results The incidence rate of depression in resident physicians was 40.5%. Education background (OR=2.453,95%CI=1.203-5.001), type of resident physician (OR=0.571,95%CI=0.348-0.938), weekly working hours (OR=1.027,95%CI=1.006-1.049), age (OR=0.853,95%CI=0.769-0.946), planned training hours (OR=0.499,95%CI=0.321-0.774), income satisfaction (OR=2.086,95%CI=1.461-2.978), and worries about employment (OR=0.636,95%CI=0.498-0.813) were the risk factors for depression in resident physicians.
Conclusion Resident physicians have a high incidence rate of depression, and education background, type of resident physician, weekly working hours, age, planned training hours, income satisfaction, and worries about employment are risk factors for depression in resident physicians and should be taken seriously.
/Last Update: 2017-08-13