Multilevel modeling of a clustered continuous outcome: nurses' work hours and burnout.

@article{Park2005MultilevelMO,
  title={Multilevel modeling of a clustered continuous outcome: nurses' work hours and burnout.},
  author={Sunhee Park and Eileen T Lake},
  journal={Nursing research},
  year={2005},
  volume={54 6},
  pages={406-13}
}
BACKGROUND Multilevel models were designed to analyze data generated from a nested structure (e.g., nurses within hospitals) because conventional linear regression models underestimate standard errors and, in turn, overestimate test statistics. OBJECTIVES To introduce 2 types of multilevel models, the random intercept model and the random coefficient model, to describe the correlation among observations within a cluster, and to demonstrate how to identify the superior model. METHOD The… CONTINUE READING

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