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Table 1 Demographic characteristics and descriptive statistics of resilience in non-local medical workers sent to Wuhan during the COVID-19 outbreak (n = 114)

From: Factors associated with resilience among non-local medical workers sent to Wuhan, China during the COVID-19 outbreak

Characteristic n (%) Mean (SD) F/t P
Sex
 Male 23 (20.2) 69.17 ± 14.09 0.867 0.388
 Female 91 (79.8) 66.49 ± 13.02   
Age (years)
  ≤ 25 21 (18.4) 69.19 ± 11.50 1.446 0.233
 26–30 32 (28.1) 69.31 ± 10.27   
 31–40 49 (43.0) 64.08 ± 15.22   
 41–50 12 (10.5) 69.25 ± 13.38   
Occupation
 Doctor 21 (18.4) 73.48 ± 11.49 3.640 0.029
 Nurse 70 (61.4) 64.86 ± 13.46   
 Support staff 23 (20.2) 67.78 ± 12.43   
Marital status
 Single 53 (46.5) 65.70 ± 12.98 −1.006 0.316
 Married 61 (53.5) 68.20 ± 13.43   
Education
 Diploma degree 15 (13.2) 57.00 ± 13.78 5.660 0.005
 Bachelor’s degree 85 (74.6) 68.94 ± 12.62   
 Master’s degree or above 14 (12.3) 66.21 ± 12.04   
Training/support provided by the respondent’s permanent hospital
 Yes 42 (36.8) 71.43 ± 12.71 2.789 0.006
 No 72 (63.2) 64.47 ± 12.92   
Adequate preparation
 Yes 81 (71.1) 69.13 ± 12.48 2.715 0.008
 No 33 (28.9) 61.91 ± 13.78   
Confidence to complete task    2.557 0.012
 Yes 109 (95.6) 67.70 ± 12.48   
 No 5(4.4) 52.60 ± 21.56