Background: This study aimed to standardize the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI), a psychometrically sound, worldwide-spread tool among Italian physicians. Methods: Nine hundred and fifteen Italian physicians were web-administered the CBI, Patient Health Questionnaire-8 (PHQ-8), Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7 (GAD-7) and General Self-Efficacy Scale (GSE). The present CBI included 18 items (range=19-90) assessing Personal, Work-related and Client-related Burnout. Client-related adaptation was performed. Construct validity, factorial structure (Confirmatory Factor Analysis) and internal consistency were tested. Diagnostic accuracy was assessed simultaneously against the PHQ-8, GAD-7 and GSE. All CBI measures yielded optimal internal consistency (Cronbach’s α=0.90-0.96). Results: The CBI met its original three-factor model (CFI=0.94; TLI=0.93; RMSEA=0.09; SRMR=0.04), was positively related to the PHQ-8 (r=0.76) and GAD-7 (r=0.73), whereas negatively with the GSE (r=0.39) and yielded optimal diagnostics (AUC=0.93; sensitivity=0.91 and specificity=0.85 at the optimal cutoff of 69/90). Conclusion: The CBI is thus a valid, reliable, and normed tool to assess burnout levels in physicians.

Aiello, E., Fiabane, E., Margheritti, S., Magnone, S., Bolognini, N., Miglioretti, M., et al. (2022). Psychometric properties of the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI) in Italian Physicians. LA MEDICINA DEL LAVORO, 113(4) [10.23749/mdl.v113i4.13219].

Psychometric properties of the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI) in Italian Physicians

Aiello, Edoardo Nicolò
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Margheritti, Simona;Bolognini, Nadia;Miglioretti, Massimo;
2022

Abstract

Background: This study aimed to standardize the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI), a psychometrically sound, worldwide-spread tool among Italian physicians. Methods: Nine hundred and fifteen Italian physicians were web-administered the CBI, Patient Health Questionnaire-8 (PHQ-8), Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7 (GAD-7) and General Self-Efficacy Scale (GSE). The present CBI included 18 items (range=19-90) assessing Personal, Work-related and Client-related Burnout. Client-related adaptation was performed. Construct validity, factorial structure (Confirmatory Factor Analysis) and internal consistency were tested. Diagnostic accuracy was assessed simultaneously against the PHQ-8, GAD-7 and GSE. All CBI measures yielded optimal internal consistency (Cronbach’s α=0.90-0.96). Results: The CBI met its original three-factor model (CFI=0.94; TLI=0.93; RMSEA=0.09; SRMR=0.04), was positively related to the PHQ-8 (r=0.76) and GAD-7 (r=0.73), whereas negatively with the GSE (r=0.39) and yielded optimal diagnostics (AUC=0.93; sensitivity=0.91 and specificity=0.85 at the optimal cutoff of 69/90). Conclusion: The CBI is thus a valid, reliable, and normed tool to assess burnout levels in physicians.
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burnout; Copenhagen burnout inventory; physician; psychometrics;
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Aiello, E., Fiabane, E., Margheritti, S., Magnone, S., Bolognini, N., Miglioretti, M., et al. (2022). Psychometric properties of the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI) in Italian Physicians. LA MEDICINA DEL LAVORO, 113(4) [10.23749/mdl.v113i4.13219].
Aiello, E; Fiabane, E; Margheritti, S; Magnone, S; Bolognini, N; Miglioretti, M; Giorgi, I
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