The OLBI is a 16-item validated tool for the investigation of burnout [31,32]. Items consist of both positively and negatively worded questions related to exhaustion and disengagement that are recorded on a four-point Likert scale. For the purpose of descriptive analyses, we considered participants to be at ‘high risk of burnout’ if they met the cut-offs of 2.1 and 2.25 for the exhaustion and disengagement subscales, respectively, as used in previous studies [3336]. To increase specificity in the regression analyses, a higher cut-off of the 75th percentile of OLBI scores was used.

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