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Nursing workforce study, volume 2 : The supply of nursing personnel in Canada Kazanjian, Arminée; Wood, Laura; Yip, Harold; Rahim-Jamal, Sherin; MacDonald, Allyson Apr 30, 2000

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SUPPLEMENTARY TABLESto theNursing Workforce StudyVolume IIThe Supply of Nursíng Personnel in CønadøHealth Human Resources UnitCenüe forHealth Services and Policy ResearchThe University of British ColumbiaVancouver, British Columbia V 6T lZ3April2000ltIIEALTH HUMAN RESOURCES I-INITThe Health Human Resources Unit (HHRU) was established as a demonstration project by the BritishColumbia Ministry of Health in 1973. Since that time, the Unit has continued to be funded on an ongoingbasis (subject to annual review) as part of the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research. The Unitundertakes a series of research studies that are relevant to health human resources management and to publicpolicy decisions.The HHRU's research agenda is determined through extensive discussions of key current issues and availableresources with the senior staff of the Ministry of Health. Various health care provider groups participateindirectly, through on-going formal and informal communications with Ministry of Health officials and withHHRU researchers. Research is undertaken by seven professional staff, including secretarial and analystsupport; Arminée Kazanjian is the Associate Director and Principal Investigator for the Unit.Three types of research are included in the Unit's research agenda. In conjunction with professional licensingbodies or associations, the HHRU maintains the Cooperative Health Human Resources Database. The Unituses these data to produce regular status reports that provide a basis for in-depth studies and for health humanresources planning. The Unit undertakes more detailed analyses bearing on particular health human resourcespolicy issues and assesses the impact of specific policy measures, using secondary analyses of data from theCooperative Database, data from the administrative databases maintained under the HIDU, or primary datacollected through surveys. The HHRU also conducts specific projects pertaining to the management of healthhuman resources at local, regional and provincial levels.Copies of studies and reports produced by the HHRU are available at no charge.Health Human Resources UnitCentre for Health Services and Policy Research#429-2194 Health Sciences MallVancouver, BCv6T tz3Ph: (604) 822-4810Fax: (604) 822-5690email: hhru@chspr.ubc.caURL: www.chspr.ubc.calllNursing Workforce StudyThis study was commissioned by the FederalÆrovinciaUTenitorial Advisory Committee on HealthHuman Resources (ACHHR) to develop baseline data on the supply and education of Registered Nurses(RNs), Registered Psychiatric Nurses (RPNs), and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), and on employerpractices pertaining to the deployment of all patient care providers. The study results are published infive separate volumes:Volume / of the study "Demographic Context and Health System Structure for Nursing Services inCanada", provides a general overview ofdemographic and system changes; it describes the currentdemographic context for nursing practice and the structure of provinciaUterritorial health caredelivery systems. The demographic analyses are based on 1996 Census data. ProvinciaUtenitorialhealth care delivery information for the most part are obtained from "Health System Reform inCanada, 1997," by Health Canada.Volume 11of the study, "The Supply of Nursing Personnel in Canada" examines data on the supplyof nursing personnel in the provinces and tenitories to provide basic information about employmentstatus, deployment (place of employment, area of responsibility, type of position, hours worked),age, and type and place of education/training. The analysis is based on data collected by therespective regulatory bodies in their registration and renewal processes. Two separate years ofsecondary data are utilized in the analysis (1990 and 1997), presenting a detailed national andregional picture on the supply of nurses in Canada.Volume 11l of the study "An Inventory of Nursing Program Enrolments and Graduates in Canada byProvinceÆemitory, 1998" describes the production of nursing personnel in Canada. A surveyquestionnaire was sent to provinciaUterritorial representatives (usually the education representâtive)of the ACHHR who were asked to complete the survey for all nursing education programs in theirjurisdictions. The questionnaire requested information as to the type of credential offered, the lengthof the program, the number enrolled in each year of the program, the number of students enrolledfull+ime, part-time, or in distance education, and the number of graduates in L997 and 1998. Theanalysis includes the impact of BN-only basic education for RNs.Volume lVof the study, "Nursing Workforce Deployment: A Survey of Employers" examinesemployer practices and policies for nursing workforce deployment in each province/territory. Asample survey regarding deployment was undertaken using a questionnaire pertaining to all threeregulated nursing groups: LPNs, also known as Registered Nurse Assistants (RNAs), RPNs, andRNs. Information on other professionals and unregulated patient care providers e.g. Aides was alsocollected by the questionnaire. The questionnaire was designed to capture the following information:hiring practices (amount of experience required, deployment, credentials, etc.), kinds of servicesprovided and the skills perceived to be needed to provide those services, numbers and mix of nursingpersonnel used to provide services, use of unregulated health care workers in relation to nursingservices provision, and anticipated changes in deployment practices related to changes in theorganization of the health care delivery system.Volume V of the study, "Changes in the Nursing TVorkforce and Policy Implications" the final partof the study, synthesizes the findings from each of the above sections and attempts to delineate thesalient policy issues.Copies of other Volumes in this study may be obtained by contacting the Health Human ResourcesUnit.tvVolume II Supplementary Tables - Table of ContentsRNs by ProvinceÆerritory, 1990 and 1997 ............. 1Employment Status ......... ............. 3Employment Status by Age Group ................... 5Sex by Age Group ...................... 17PlaceofEmploymentbyAgeGroup......... ..... 19Area of Responsibility by Age Group ......... ........................ 31Position by Age Group ......... ...... 43Hours Worked by Age Group ......... ................ 55Basic Education by Age Group ......... ............. 67Place of Graduation by Age Group ................. 79Post-basic Education by Age Group ......... ...... 91RNs Registered in 1997 and not 1990 by ProvinceÆerritory ('Inflow' Population) ......... 103Employment Status ......... ......... 105Employment Status by Age Group ............... 107Sex by Age Group .................... 111Place of Employment by Age Group ......... ... I 13Area of Responsibility by Age Group ......... ...................... I 19Position by Age Group ......... .... l3lHours lVorked by Age Group ......... .............. 135Basic Education by Age Group ......... ........... 139Place of Graduation by Age Group ............... 143Post-basic Education by Age Group ......... .... 147RNs Registered in 1990 and not L997 by Province/Territory ('Outflow' Population) ........................... 151EmploymentStatus......... ......... 153EmploymentStatusbyAgeGroup ............... 155Sex by Age Group .................... 159Place of Employment by Age Group ......... ... 16lArea of Responsibility by Age Group ......... ...................... 165Position by Age Group ......... .... 169Hours Worked by Age Group ......... .............. 173Basic Education by Age Group .................... 177Place of Graduation by Age Group ............... 181Post-basic Education by Age Group ......... ..... 185RNs Registered in 1990 and in 1997 by Age Group ('Stable' Population) ............... ........ 189Employment Status in 1990 by Employment Status in 1997,by Province/Territory ...................... 191Place of Employment in 1990 by Place of Employment in 1997, by ProvinceÆenitory ................ 221Areaof Responsibilityin 1990byAreaof Responsibilityin 1997,by Province/Territory .............241Position in 1990 by Position in 1997, by Province/Territory ................. nlHours Worked in 1990 by Hours Worked in 1997, by ProvinceÆerritory .........,....... 291LPNs by ProvinceÆerritory ............ .................... 301Employment Status by Age Group ............... 303Place of Employment by Age Group ......... ... 307fuea of Responsibility by Age Group ......... ...................... 309Position by Age Group ......... .... 313Hours Worked by Age Group ......... .............. 315Volume II Supplementary Tables - Table of Contents (continued)RPNs by ProvinceÆerritory ............ 319Employment Status by Age Crroup .,.,,..,..,.... 321Place of Employmentby Age Group ............ 323Area of Ræponsibility by Age Group ......... ...................... 325Position by Age Group ............. 3nHours Worked by Age Group ... 329vlRNs by Province/Territory,L990 and,1997RNs by Province/Territoryl'2 and Employment Status, 1990Employment StatusProvince/T UnknownT.NewfoundlandPEINova ScotiaNew BrunswickQuebecOntarioManitobaSaskatchewanAlberaBCYukonTotal 114338 73168 264Data Sou¡ce: Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).Subtotal Non-resident3 Employed in OtherIn-oroviCasualBasis Unknown TotalNewfoundlandPEINova ScotiaNew BrunswickOnarioManitobaSækatchewanAlb€rtaBCNWT48146 13242Dat¿ Source: Statistics Canada.I No data appear in this table for the Yukon Territory as no nursing association existed in 1990.2 Detailed data on'employment status'in Quebec in 1990 were not available, so no data are presented in the rable. However, available dara show there were 57501 RNs employed innursing on an unlimown basis and 1 378 RNs for whom employment status was completely unknown.3 No data on non-¡esident RNs werc available for 1990.RNs by Province/Territorf and Employment Status, 1.997Employment StatusProvince/ SubtotalTotal r972655179t235927077751019251039986802358828722492545713719101841966981105660tt379892124995338963327Non-resident /UnloownEmployed in Otherthan Not UnlcrownPrepared by:He¡lt[ Eum Resou¡ces Un¡tCentre for Eeållh Senices and Pol¡cy ReseârchThe Universiç of British Columbia344357654884tt747283515l385710199t2742378818262006t70727M6374023345598482328552591r375l0l3800586st82433475783644814I 193886968378235497568326t914424694476rlanlanlanlanlanlanlaîlarlarla64345484043840270587362363432339155r03236l 100r664l0J;66055761027830741777307657347t03928290234001ó448039071047t13840t2488347820221903203362678947t929895543738886t26t23418701589987t11362l 355t570545273664296522012858602742059230781671055484662t46628702252474lr035436r670rll0799241487s015927l655124055421581054822682t21047334455l65957r50163146368l64923667374929340710866036136229838 r0335 21579 277244RNs by ProvinceÆerritory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 1997Nervfoundland - 1990Emplo¡mentStatus 25 -34Regular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownEmployed in Other than NursingNotBmployedTotalData Source Statistics Canada.Newfoundland - 1997Age GroupEmplo¡mentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedTotalDal¿ Source: Canadian lnstitute for Health Information (CIHI).Prepared by:Heelth Hum¡n Resourc€s UnltCeûtre for Hc¡lth Serylces ¡nd Pollcy ResearchThe Un¡vcrslty of Bdalsh ColumblaTotal5t7955-64 65+ Unknown Totâl3443818I5s200362330768830t26t0272t005457... continuedAgeGroup284 1480 990 582 93 4 l05 28t 325 t57 42 2 6l-': ':u7105736470403-12-l07187;u:957 1196 773 t37 3 -190 405 207 7t 3 -663 26t t23 26 I -;;;.:8825257tRNs by ProvinceÆerritory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 1997Prince Edward Island - 1990EmploymentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownBmployed in Other than NursingNotEmpþedUnknownTotalData Source: Statistics Canâda.Prince Edward Island - 1997Emplo¡mentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedUnknownTotalData Source: Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).Prepared lry:lleâlth Humân Resources UnltCenlre for Heallh Servlces and Polþ ReseårchThe Unlverslty of Br¡tlsh Columbl¡Age Group25 -34 35 -44 45 -54Age Group25 -34 35 -M 45 -54 55 -645762605910636Unknown,.. continued57347802340l64723t37t28 160-549 t7t:;::205 t22 57156-t99 r22 44;;;::::45 10929722 93---6-218316347;l0I190 59t32 4828 23;;6t492365:522430l6;:RNs by ProvinceÆerritory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and1997Nova Scotia - 1990EmploynentAge Group25-34 35-44 45-54Regular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegulr Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownEmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedTotalData Source: Statistics Canada.Nova Scotia - 1997EmploymentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part T¡meRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown/ Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNot EmployedTotalData Source: Canadian Institute for Health Information (ClHl).Prepared by:Hcelth Huñen Resourc€s Un¡tCentre for He¡llh Servlces snd Pol¡cy ResearchThe Unlverslty of Brlt¡sh Columbls548820060t375043343l5ot0202201870ll055334... continuedl536;I2tt2t2;7301 2029 t63l l08l 41022 533 808 464 t64tl4 539 408 204 92;;ì,;;t9 l3l 97 54 3415332l9l3t3245lll0l9 t773 t479 4ll 9354 887 545 2t7 6tit sts siq39 34 2l19 16 lln: ':u u:109 91204-'l:RNs by ProvinceÆerritory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 1997New Brunswick. 1990Emplo¡mentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownBmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedTotalData Sourcs Statistics Canada.New Brunswick - 1997Emplo¡mentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegulæ Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNot EmployedTotalData Source: Cânadiân Institute for Health Information (CIHI),Prepared by:He¡ltb Humsn Resources Un¡tCenlre for Heellh Servlccs and Pollcy ResesrchThe Unlverclly of Brltlsh Columb¡¡AgeGroup35 -44 45 -54 55 -64 UnknownUnknown... continued4tt7t7070l0l30452336603928190301589354t24455287 t542 tug 706ll 497 697 35047 3t9 392 t72.-;;;2737737150 2M 177 733t2 20t39 964 15;:338I44;849116392929t0l0 t372 tt92 337 1337t 759 563 t94 767t 455 n7 66 4t57 74 61 20 329292710095 143 tO2 69 r7RNs by ProvinceÆerritory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 1997Quebec - 1990EmployrnentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownEmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedUnknownTotalData Source: Statistics Canada,Quebec - 1997EmploymentRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisBmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNot EmployedUnknownTotalData Source: Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).Prepared by:Health Hum¡n Resources UnltCenlre for Heelah Servlces end Pollcy ReseerchThe Unlverslty of Brltlsh Columbl¡3 180Age Group-44 45-54 55-6411575 4028Age Group20470 6051UnknownUnknown... continued00005750100t3785887929023203360987136t0l666981158 4395 9926 11400 2963 l8l304 4546 7683 59t6 1705 1821395 3994 2376 1611 422 73?':':_o i i:,-¡v1588 1430 t453 923 361RNs by Province/Territory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 1997Age GroupOntario - 1990EmploymentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegulæ Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownBmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedUnknownTotalData Source: Statistics Canada.Ontario -1997EmploymentRegulæ Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedUnknownData Source: Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).Prepared by:He¡llh Hum¡n Resources UD¡tCentre for Health Servlces and Pollcy ReseerchThe Unlverslly of Brltlsh Columbls-54 55-64 65+ Unknown Total47283n066080050484091555576Total25870 35460 24366 tr235Age Group25 -342t778t0t925Unknown Total40016267890n362670t554259579293105660... continuedt0t47t t3444 t52t9 t203t 4823 266 295t4 6523 tt072 6t57 2483 . 299 18247 2587 3008 1360 622 t75 6,o soz tisz roìs oit ìo ;44 t342 2705 1889 t996 1155 24t472 1504 t25t 688 163 14l0l 6573 t2380 15104 5663 188 7256 5965 9555 8016 n85 208 4347 3834 3508 235t nn 195150 2409 t923 1596 578 43 22t7 976 1600 1989 704 52 4125 1093 1989 1806 850 94rovu oJv 7at694 2388 3048 1165 3Manitoba. 1990Regular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownEmployed in Other than NursingNot EmployedUnknownTotalData Source: Statistics Canada.Manitoba -1997EmploymentSt¡tusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNot EmployedUnknownData Source: Canadian lnstitute for Health Information (CIHI).IPrepared by:Heâlth Human Resourc€s Un¡tCentre for He¡lah Servlces ¡nd Pollcy Researchthe Unlverslty of Brlllsh ColumblsRNs by Province/Territory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 1997Age GroupEmployment25 -34 35 - 44 Total103995l5l374008650438103t024480471901355ll0158150407TotalAge Group25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64310265+ Unknown Totallt3'19... continuedll265 1540 r7r8 ll59 449 19 I89 I 180 l5l l 700 240 l8 248 3r8 326 tr2 51 9 I;i+i¿i',iu;;tn3lll2tt20t25425622128 924 t42t l54l 543 t7 658 tL23 1965 ll95 352 18 8t42 510 391 2t2 8l 12 7336372410'OO145043n203115394427t762t4 tt2 t07 76 74 20 4RNs by Provlnce/Territory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 1997Saskatchewan - 1990Age GroupEmplo¡ment25 -34 35 -44Regular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownEmployed in Other than NursingNot EmployedUnknownTotalData Source: Statistics Canada,Saskatchewan- lgYIEmplo¡mentAge Group25-34 35-44 45-54 55-648680385723343llt82404023678390729890157079105163108ó5+ Unknown TotalRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedUnknownTo¡alData Source: Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).Prepared by:He¡lth Human Resources UnltCentre for Heallh Servlces end Pollcy R€se¡rchThe Unlvcrslty of Brlllsh Columblal9t6 892t.,. conlinuedr95 t238 tt46 841 379 3t n46 703 9t4 435 20t t4 2l44997101535293 551 677 306 160 t2 2537t4852t11745828332395242215831t7 672 l3ó8 t26943 518 t232 820144 6t2 462 230629181518 30 28 20t2 4t 48 36565 16356 20109 13ll9-19712Alberta - 1990Regular Basis - Full TimeRegulæ Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownEmployed in Other than NursingNot EmployedTotalData Source: Stâtistics Canada.Alberta - 1997EmploymentStalusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegulæ Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedUnknownTotalDat¿ Source; C¡nadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI),Prepared by:He¡llh Hum¡¡ Rcsources UnltCentre for Heellh Servlces and Pollcy R€searchTbe Unlvcrslty of Erltlsh Colùmbl¡RNs by ProvinceÆerritory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 1997Age GroupEmployment25-34 35-MAge GroupUnknownUnknown... continued101995598033470270l 10023588tMTt554305452924482t463660606 3184 3294 2293 748 34 4095 t547 2356 ll59 399 28 t4t62 tt75 t252 508 20t 32 t7tittrìr3l;;25 3t4 351 t73 t65 64 842 556 1034 915 437 88 254 1923 3158 3894 t39t 50 In rc46 2243 t669 530 28355 l83l t794 l0l7 395 57 3l8 224 309 n2 98 2 t48 t46 ll5 t22 48 3 -67 3t9 374 325 279 99-t 7 77193 188 t46 70 n Il3RNs by Provlnce./Terrltory, Empþment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 1997Brttish Columbia - 1990Emplo¡mentAgeGroup25-34 35-4r'. 45-54 55-64Regular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegularBasis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownEmpþed in Otherthan NursingNotEmployedTotalData Source Statistic.s C,anåda.BritishColumbla -ßnEmplo¡mentSt¡tusRegular Basis - Full Ti¡neRegular Basis - Part TimeRegularBasis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNotBmployedUnknownTotal I 595Daa Souce: Canadian lristitute forHealth Information (CIHI).Preparedby:Hc¡ltt llumsn Resourc€s UnltCc¡lre for lle¡ltù Servlcos and Pollcy Rcae¡rchlbe Unlvcrslty of Brltlsh Columbl¡35-44 45-54 55-64.,. continued373 3222 4217 3483 137437 819 t934 1445 55879 449 44r n4 93t70 1733 22{t ll34 4445 t06 2t5 155 8812 342 485 305 306l662l0I428 2152 4t49 5210 2229 7220 1060 n35 2525 988 601144432161354 2328 2s37 1509 576 628 n5 555 495 t49 5-5155-l2r7t7u53182 667 968 883 Cn 2Å2t4Yukon -1997Regular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegularBasis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-fesidentEmployed in Other than NursingNot EmployedData Source: Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).I No nursing æsociation existed in 1990 in the Yukon Tenitory, so comparable data are not presented for 1990.Prepared by:Health Hum¡n Resources UnltCenlre for He¡llh Servlces ond Pollcy ReseerchThe Unlverclty of Erlllsh Columbl¡RNs by ProvinceÆerritory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and 19971Age GroupEmploynentt2486042508t66... continued25 4t 49t4 45 1916 13 l0t4 18 134262433I;l5RNs by Province/Territory, Employment Status and Age Group, 1990 and1997Northwest Territories - 1990EmploymentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Basis UnknownEmployed in Other than NursingNotEmployedUnknownTotalData Source: Statistics Canada.Northwest Territories - 19973782866406l00EmploymentStatusRegular Basis - Full TimeRegular Basis - Part TimeRegular Basis - UnknownCasual BasisEmployed in Nursing - Unknown / Non-residentEmployed in Other than NursingNot EmployedUnknownTotalData Source: Canadian Institute for Health Informat¡on (CIHI).Prepared by:Health Humtr Resources Un¡tCenlre for He¡llh Servlces end Pollcy ResecrchThe Unlverslty of Drlllsh Columbl¡35 -44 45 -54 55 - 6419032156961592l49I;:16283TI58 275llt74,_-l204767947344t5l3464l05433548l61038 197539 t413 l042 l533t232I33I22I33I32t6\¡RNs Employed In-province/territory in Nursing by Province/Territory,l'2 Age Group, and Sex, 1990Age Group and SexNewfoundlandPEINova ScotiaNew BrunswickQuebecOntarioManitobaSaskatchewanAlbertaBCNWT355 8420 2834 62525 2915 77374 1066 47845Data Source: St¿tistics Canada.I No data appear in this table for the Yukon Tenitory as no nursing association existed in 1990.2 Please note, this table includes data for Quebec in 1990, so the total shown in this table will not match rhe total shown in the Employment Status by Province table.RNs Employed In-province/territory in Nursing by Province/Territory, Age Group, and Sex, 1997NewfoundlandPEINova ScotiaNew BrunswickQuebecOntarioManitobaSaskatchewanAlbertaBCYukonNWT214 4151 2847 47630 3716 '13547Data Source: Canadia¡ Institute for Health Information (CIHI).Prepared by:Eeltù Eumn Resources Un¡tCentre for Eeâltà Seryices and Pol¡cy Re$ãchThe University ofBritish Columbia4814r 1938869683757501823549756832619r4424694452201285860274205923078t671055484662146628702)\',474UnlnownMFI 325176l0 42715 330-13t2l38 1939 49 1445 2 8r7 I- 336 3 4t6 - 25059 3042 44 2803 t7 1732 773 2285 33 2305 l0 t2t8 4- t8-)-24-9-l-53-4-75- 7t-34l91681016595ll38327847729789t33424363229-8t44-445 486l0 730145-62r93- 134-3238 2845 1690 15435 t592 20024 531 10765 5756 2176 559 2r99s 634 28665 265 19283 8l8 394 94 2944 105 3450 48 t923 ll4 334 39 2502 35 2799 9 1674 4856 85 5821 r35 6767 43 3917 t4644 185 ó038 279 8560 138 6198 3393 47214 1189138 8731135 67024lt3 533881605 80749267 948991 8235285 18859650 24044Age Group and Sexioltr8J;1233-7-130-t48729-246591-24143 4947 6 430120 9455 4 5871995734433 to27 - 4925 2291 4 131 I84 3725 2 t93-16444-6ll)4I12629l0l0lll019327160t28t73l675218194425393477765lllt42t544t4275162234J1733 52 1810292 4 3892019 79 3156t94t 77 250911514 t832 1815315828 895 2454824t5 158 36191727 s0 30124638 l5r 70445320 399 9066s269324 10795 34535 232326 20061326 17601553 249t880 286831 2288129 6451319 8957375592165 5055l8 1267l9l 8411221 7t994854 543762145 760224t5 10139169 8297483 209831048 276s4t2 24028 M6t8RNs Employed In-province/territory in Nursingby ProvinceÆerritory, Place of Employment and Age Group, 1990 and 1997Newfoundland - 1990Place of EmploymentAge Group45 -54 55 -64HospitalNursing Home / Home for the AgedCommunity HealthPhysician s Office / Family Practice UnitRlucational InstitutionOtherUnknownTotalData Source: Statistics Canada.Newfoundland - 1997Place of EmploymentAge Group25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64General Hospital (mat, paed, psych)Mental Health CentreNursing Station (outpost, nurse clinic)Rehab / Convalescent CentreNursing HomeHome CareCommunity Health AgencyBusiness - Industry (occupational health)hivate Nursing Agency / Private DutySelf-employedPhysician's Office / Family Practice UnitEducat