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Table 2 Clinical and behavioral characteristics of the participants

From: Depression, anxiety, and burnout among medical students and residents of a medical school in Nepal: a cross-sectional study

Featuresn (%, 95 CI) a
Suicidal thoughts41 (6.3, 4.6–8.4)
Thoughts of dropping out79 (12.1, 9.7–14.9)
Previous history of mental disorders35 (5.4, 3.8–7.4)
Currently receiving treatment for mental health disorders5 (0.8, 0.2–1.8)
Family history of mental health problems55 (8.4, 6.4–10.9)
Sleep hours, mean (SD)7 (1)
 Adequate, n (%)441 (67.7, 64–71.3)
 Inadequate210 (32.3, 28.7–36)
Not satisfied with career choice145 (22.31, 19.1–25.7)
Not satisfied with academic performance307 (47.23, 43.2–51.1)
Involvement in extracurricular activities221 (34, 30.3–37.7)
Alcohol393 (60.4, 56.5–64.1)
Cigarette241 (37.1, 33.3–40.9)
Marijuana100 (15.4, 12.7–18.4)
Substance use398 (61.14, 57.3–64.9)
Depression202 (31, 27.5–34.7)
Anxiety295 (45.3, 41.4–49.2)
Burnout318 (48.8, 44.9–52.7)
 Personal burnout266 (40.8, 37.1–44.7)
 Work-related burnout210 (32.3, 28.7–36)
 Patient-related burnout105 (16.1, 13.4–19.2)
  1. Note.a 95% CI, 95% Confidence Interval