Table 3.

Bivariate Analyses of Traumatic Stress, Change in Priorities, Burnout, and Overall Withdrawal from Clinical Practice (Composite R5) by Participant Demographic Information

 Traumatic StressP valueChange in PrioritiesP valueBurnoutP valueComposite R5 Above Cutoff score (12.5)P value
% A lot/Extremely% Agree/Strongly agree% >= 1.75 Cutoff score
Age0.1560.009<0.0010.871
 <4538.627.450.548.6
 >=4532.918.533.847.9
Gender0.0010.017<0.0010.009
 Female40.2 26.550.052.4
 Male26.417.728.142.0
 Other/Non-binary/Choose not to Disclose44.49.144.477.8
Race0.1700.1050.4250.082
 White34.921.240.546.0
 Black or African-American46.739.453.351.7
 Asian26.225.038.556.3
 Other/Choose not to Disclose42.523.847.564.1
Ethnicity0.0610.4810.6490.755
 Hispanic/Latino47.927.137.545.5
 Non-Hispanic/Latino34.222.841.648.5
Practice/program location0.0840.1640.5740.840
 Northeast35.916.843.247.0
 South40.027.239.946.6
 Midwest28.320.938.551.0
 West38.124.345.248.4
Institution type<0.0010.8530.9360.936
 Medical school28.622.441.848.7
 Not at a medical school44.323.241.248.3
Area of working0.2320.0320.5920.235
 Urban32.118.939.447.3
 Suburban37.128.342.952.7
 Rural40.222.944.143.3
Underserved area0.0820.8450.9320.378
 Yes38.422.642.046.2
 No29.323.440.452.2
 Unsure or N/A34.920.041.350.0