Table 3

Primary care physicians’ (PCP) satisfaction rate broken down by individual physicians’ characteristics

All clinical guidelinesInternal environmentInstitutional and governmental supportOverall
Psychological support and team dynamicsSafety of work
Number of satisfied PCPs/Total number of PCPs% of satisfied PCPsP valueNumber of satisfied PCPs/Total number of PCPs% of satisfied PCPsP valueNumber of satisfied PCPs/Total number of PCPs% of satisfied PCPsP valueNumber of satisfied PCPs/Total number of PCPs% of satisfied PCPsP valueNumber of satisfied PCPs/Total number of PCPs% of satisfied PCPsP value
Age≤4031/6547.70.00532/6152.50.00727/6144.30.1441/6167.20.0641/6167.20.008
41–5070/13053.869/12953.569/12953.591/12771.796/12775.6
>5045/607543/5676.835/5662.548/5685.751/5691.1
GenderFemale62/10956.9153/104510.04953/104510.6171/10269.60.2480/10278.40.76
Male84/14657.591/14264.178/14254.9109/14276.8108/14276.1
SpecialtyFamily medicine81/17047.6<0.00184/16550.90.00276/16546.10.005113/16468.90.046115/16470.1<0.001
General practitioners33/4278.628/407026/406533/3984.637/3994.9
Others32/4374.432/417829/4170.734/4182.936/4187.8
Duration of clinical practice<5 years12/20600.9312/1963.20.6910/1952.60.9913/1872.20.8514/1877.80.16
5.1–10 years22/405520/3852.620/3852.626/3770.324/3764.9
>10 years112/19557.4112/18959.3101/18953.4141/18974.6150/18979.4