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Correlation Beetween Academic and Non-Academic Factors with Burnout Syndrome Incindence in Medical Study Program Faculty of Medicine Airlangga University

Volume: 116  ,  Issue: 1 , January    Published Date: 10 January 2023
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 217  ,  Download: 102 , Pages: 255 - 260    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001161120234423


# Author Name
1 Bahar Khusni
2 Soetjipto
3 Helmia Hasan
4 Margarita Maria Maramis


Background: Burnout is a symptom of emotional exhaustion, cynicism, and fatigue that occurs in an individual who does work by providing a form of service to others or the like. Burnout has the possibility of happening to students even though professionally students are not considered to be working or not having a job. Objective: This study aims to determine the prevalence of burnout syndrome based on the year of lecture and to determine academic and non-academic factors that influence the occurrence of burnout syndrome in medical students. Method: This study is a cross-sectional with respondents from the Medical Study Program, Faculty of Medicine, Airlangga University in the 2019-2021 class. The sampling technique was carried out by consecutive sampling. Data collection using a questionnaire. Instrument used is a burnout scale questionnaire made by Freudenberger and Richelson which has been translated into Indonesian Results: The results showed that 136 medical students had filled out the distributed questionnaires. The total number of students affected by burnout is 71 people with a percentage of 52.2%. In this study, the academic and non-academic factors that were found to have a significant effect on the occurrence of burnout in students were the average lecture time (p-value = 0.011), study fatigue (p-value = 0.038), and free time (p-value = 0.037) through logistic regression. Conclusion:  There is a correlation between the incidence of burnout with the variable duration of daily lectures, study fatigue, and free time.


  • Prevalence
  • Burnout
  • Medical Students
  • Academic Factors
  • Non Academic Factors
  • Prevalence