MJSQMethodologies for Jitter and Signal Quality
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The mean MJSQ value of the pediatric residents indicated low job satisfaction.
As a result of the statistical analysis, it was found that the correlation analyses performed between age and MJSQ (p=0.017; r=0.235) and D scores (p=0.021; r=-0.229), between the time of residency and D score (p=0.008; r=0.262), and between the monthly number of shifts and D score (p=0.009; r=0.257) were statistically significant (Table 4).
The Minnesota Job Satisfaction Questionnaire, emotional burnout, depersonalization, and personal accomplishment scores in residents of pediatrics MJSQ EB M[+ or -]SD 34.4[+ or -]13.5 32.9[+ or -]12.5 Median 36 34 (IQR) (28-42) (18-35) Min-max 20-60 10-36 D PA M[+ or -]SD 15.8[+ or -]6.4 10.7[+ or -]7.8 Median 15 11 (IQR) (11-18) (10-14) Min-max 9-20 8-32 IQR: interquartile range; D: depersonalization; EB: emotional burnout; PA: personal accomplishment; MJSQ: Minnesota Job Satisfaction Questionnaire; M[+ or -]SD: mean[+ or -]standard deviation Table 3.
Table-2: Comparison of UCLA HADS MBI and MJSQ scores in respect to the questions and items of the first section of the questionnaire.
Table-3: Comparison of UCLA HADS MBI and MJSQ scores of Subjects and Controls.