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Table 1 Characteristics of included studies (n = 8)

From: Burnout syndrome and its prevalence in primary care nursing: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Author, year. Country Study type; Sampling method Type of MBI Sample size (Females%; Response rate%) n with high EE n with high DP n with low PA
Das Merces et al., 2016. Brasil [28] O; Intentional HSS n = 28 (100%; 90,32%) 8 6 13
Faura et al., 1995. Spain [29] O; Intentional HSS n = 116 (90.5%; ND) 27
Hayter, 1999. England [30] O; Intentional HSS n = 30 (80%; 94%) 8 0 6
Holmes et al., 2014. Brasil [31] O; Random HSS n = 45 (100%; 100%) 24 5 5
Navarro-Gonzalez et al., 2005. Spain [21] O; Intentional HSS n = 178 (73,3%; 48%) 28 33 84
Soto Cámara et al., 2005. Spain [23] O; Intentional HSS n = 208 (86.5%: 83,87%) 60 67 193
Tomas-Sabado et al., 2010. Spain [32] O; Intentional HSS n = 160 (89.7%; 67%) 35 19 14
Vila Faguera et al., 2015. Spain [22] O; Intentional HSS n = 345 (80.2%; 44.5%) 108 51 15
  1. DP Depersonalization, EE Emotional exhaustion, HSS Human Services Survey, MBI Maslach Burnout Inventory, ND No Data, O Observational, PA Personal Accomplishment