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Table 3 Characteristics of included studies

From: A systematic review of burnout among doctors in China: a cultural perspective

Author/year Study name Design/data collection wave and year Population/characteristics Regions No. of centers Training status/specialty Measuring instrument Findings
Zhou 2016 [34]   Cross-sectional survey n = 1274 Heilongjiang 2 Trained
Multi but not specified
15-item CMBI Score 1–7
Wen 2016 [20]   Cross-sectional survey n = 1537 Sichuan, Chongqing, Gansu, Guizhou, Guangdong, Shanxi, Hunan, Zhejiang, Yunnan, Ningxia 46 Not stated
Multi but not specified
15-item CMBI-GS Weighed sum score equation
Jin 2015 [39]   Cross-sectional survey n = 135 Shanghai 2 Intern
Not stated
15-item CMBI-GS Score 1–7
Xiao 2014 [22]   Cross-sectional survey n = 205 Beijing 3 Not stated
Emergency
15-item CMBI-GS 6 pt
Wang 2014 [19]   Cross-sectional survey n = 457 Shanghai 21 From junior to senior
Multi
19-item CMBI-HSS Score 1–7
Wu 2013 [21]   Cross-sectional survey n = 1618 Liaoning 7 From junior to senior
Not stated
16-item CBMI-GS Score 0–6
Cui 2013 [33]   Cross-sectional survey n = 510 Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Fujian, Hubei, Hunan, Inner Mongolia ≥ 10 From junior to senior
Multi
16-item CMBI-GS Score 0–6
Wang 2012 [38]   Cross-sectional survey n = 1011 Liaoning 6 From junior to senior
Not stated
15-item CMBI-GS Score 0–6
Zhang 2011 [35]   Cross-sectional survey n = 1451 Hubei 67 From junior to senior
Multi
15-item CMBI Score 1–5
Wu 2008 [37]   Cross-sectional survey n = 543 Henan 3 Not stated
Multi
16-item CMBI-GS Score 0–6
Zhu 2006 [36]   Cross-sectional survey n = 561 Not stated 3 From junior to senior
Multi but not specified
16-item CMBI-GS Score 1–7