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Report R:l3 Prepared by: 'REGISTERED PSYCHIATRIC NURSES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1977 A Descriptive Report Division of Health Services Research and Development Health Sciences Centre University of British Columbia March, 1980 J -1-TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1 Organization of this Report 1 Definition of a Registered Psychiatric Nurse 2 !art I: Palit II: "Part III: Part IV: Appendix A: Appendix B: Appendix C: Appendix D: Appendix E: Response Rate to the Questionnaire and Place of Residence of British Columbia Registered Psychiatric Nurses. 1.1 Response Rate 1.2 Place of Residence Personal Characteristics of Respondents 2.1 Age-Sex Distribution 2.2 Marital Status 2.3 Place of Birth 2.4 Citizenship Educational Information 3.1 Basic Training in Psychiatric 3 3 3 4 4 6 8 8 9 Nursing 9 3.2 3.3 Additional Basic Training in Nursing 13 Post-basic Training Employment Information 4.1 Employment Status 4.2 Place of Employment 4.3 Principal Type of Position 14 15 15 18 19 4.4 Principal Areas of Responsibility 20 Regional Hospital Districts Map 21 Additional Tables on Marital Status 23 Additional Tables on Place of Graduation 25 Additional Tables on Basic Training 27 Additional Employment Tables 30 J -ii-LIST OF TABLES Table Pae I Number and Percentage Distribution of Respondents and Non-Respondents by Registration Status. 3 II Number and Percentage Distribution by Place of Residence of Registered Psychiatric Nurses in British Columbia by Regis-tration Status, June 1977. 4 III Number and Percentage Distribution of Respondents by Age and Sex. 5 IV Number and Percentage Distribution of Active Respondents by Age and Sex. 5 V Number and Percentage Distribution of Inactive Respondents by Age and Sex. VI Number and Percentage Distribution of All Respondents by Age and Marital Status. 6 VII Number and Percentage Distribution of Active Respondents by Age and Marital Status. 7 VIII Number and Percentage Distribution of Inactive Respondents by Age and Marital Status. 1 IX Place of B.irth For All Respondents by Registration Status. 8 X Number and Percentage Distribution of Respondents by Citizen-ship and Registration Status. 8 XI Place of Graduation by Year of Graduation for All Respondents. 9 XII Place of Graduation by Year of Graduation for Active Respondents. 10 XIII Place of Graduation by Year of Graduation for Inactive Respondents. 10 XIV Number and Percentage of Respondents Place of Graduation by Initial Year of Registration. 11 XV Number and Percentage of Active Respondents Place of Gradua-tion by Initial Year of Registration. 12 ~ Number and Percentage of Inactive Respondents Place of Gradua-tion by Initial Year of Registration. 12 XVII Number and Percentage Distribution of Respondents by Type of Additional Basic Training and Place of Training. 13 ,; Table XVIII XIX xx XX! XXII XXIII XXIV xxv XXVI XXVII XXVIII -iii-LIST OF TABLES (continued) Additional Basic Training by Type of Basic Training and Page Additional Basic Training for Great Britain Graduates-.~~~~..-..-~~~-Number and Percentage Distribution of Respondents by Age and Employment Status. Number and Percentage Distribution of Active Respondents by Age and Employment Status. Number and Percentage Distribution of Inactive Respondents by Age and Employment Status. Marital Status by Sex by Regional Hosp.ital District for Active Respondents Currently Seeking Employment in Nursing. Age of Active Respondents Currently Seeking Employment in Nursing. Sex and Age by Regional Hospital District for Inactive Respondents Currently Seeking Employment. Number and Percentage Distribution Employed Respondents by Type of Activity Status and Employing Institution. Number and Percentage Distribution of Active and Employed Respondents by Age and Type of Position. Number and Percentage Distribution of Active Respondents by Area of Responsibility. Number and Percentage Distribution of Respondents by Other Areas of Responsibility. 15 16 16 17 17 18 19 19 20 20 -1-INTRODUCTION In the su11D11er of 1977 the Health Manpower Research Unit of the University of British Columbia and the Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of British Columbia cooperated in the collection of in-ormat on on psychiatric nursing manpower in the province. This cooperative effort occurred at that point in time for two major reasons: . 1) To establish a computerized data base on Psychiatric Nurses registered with the Association in this province including the demographic, educational and employment data necessary for manpower planning, and 2) To contribute, along with other 1nformation collected on psychiatric nursing in the Province of British Columbia, to the decision-making process regarding the supply of Psychiatric Nurses over the next five years. To this end, a Task Co11D11ittee was established by the Health Manpower Working Group within the Ministry of Health at the request of the Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association. This report addresses replies from Registered Psychiatric Nurses to a questionnaire mailed to them in the summer of 1977. ORGANIZATION OF THIS REPORT This report is divided into four parts: Part I describes the respondents and the non-respondents by re-sponse rate and place of residence within the Province of British Columbia. In Part II the personal characteristics of respondents are described. Information is presented on their place of birth, age, sex, marital status and citizenship. Part III describes the education and training of respondents. Data are presented on the types of training received and the place of graduation. In Part IV employment status of respondents is outlined. Information is presented on place of employment and on work status. I -2-DEFINITION OF A REGISTERED PSYCHIATRIC NURSE Definition: "The Registered Psychiatric Nurse (R. P.N.) gives psychiatric/ mental health nursing care to enable individuals, families and groups to function at their optimal level of psycho-logical well-being by developing more effective adaptive behaviours and by increasing their .resilience to stress. The R.P.N. must be competent to provide basic physical nursing skills and must also have a highly developed level of communication skills (verbal/non-verbal/written). The Registered Psychiatric Nurse works with children, adolescents and adults with maladaptive behaviour and/or those who are mentally handicapped. He/she may work as a member of the health care team or independently, utilizing appropriate consultation. He/she may be employed in an inpatient facility (institu-tion, psychiatric unit of a general hospital, mental health centre) or, with suitable academic preparation and/or experience, in a community setting." 1 1 Guide to the Definition of the Roles and Functions of the Licensed Practical Nurse, the Registered Nurse and the Registered Psychiatric Nurse. Joint Statement of, The Licensed Practical Nurses' Association of British Columbia, The Registered Nurses' Association of British Columbia and The Registered Psychiatric Nurses' Association of British Columbia, February 1977, p. 15. I ' -3-Part I: RESPONSE RATE TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA REGISTERED PSYCHIATRIC NURSES esponse---ir&te The total group of potential respondents at the time of the survey was 2497 Registered Psychiatric Nurses. Of this group, 1767 (70.8%) responded to the questionnaire. Response rates for active and inactive registrants are shown in Table I. Slightly less than one-third, 732 (29.3%) of the reg-istrants do not hold active registration status. Of this inactive group 586 (80.1%) responded to the questionnaire. Active registration status is held by 1765 (70.7%) of the Psychiatric Nurses. Of the active group 1181 (66.9%) responded to the questionnaire. Response rates to specific questions within the survey may vary somewhat from the overall response rate to the questionnaire. Table I: 01str1but1on of Res ondents and Non-Res ondents b Non-Reg1 strati on Respondents Respondents Total Total I of Status N I N I N. I reaistrants Act he 1181 66.9 584 33.1 1765 100 10.1 In1cthe JM 80.1 146 19.9 732 100. . n.:1 Total 1767 70.8 730 29.2 2497 100 100.0 1.2 Place of Residence The place of residence was known for all registrants (respondents and non-respondents). Table II (page 4) indicates the distribution by Regional Hospital District for all Psychiatric Nurses by registration status. A detailed Regional Hospital District Map can be found in Appendix A. The largest concentration of Registered Psychiatric Nurses, 1359 (54.4%) lives in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Of the active registrants 1049 (59.4%) live in this district as do 310 (42.3%) of the inactive registrants. This occurs primarily because the larger psychiatric facilities and services exist there. An ad-ditional 289 (11.6%) live in Dewdney-Alouette, the district adjacent to the Greater Vancouver Regional Hospital District. I . J -. -4-T1ble II: Number 1nd P1rcent1,e Dfstrfbutfon b~ Place of Resfdence of Registered Psrch1etr1c Nursesn Br1t1sh Co111116 a by Registration Status, June 1977. Pl1ce of Resfdence by lepfstr1tfon Status Reafonal Hospital Dfstrfct Active Inactive RIAf s trants Registrants Total N i N I N Els t Kootenay 7 * 6 * 13 Centra 1 Kootenay 4 * 3 * 7 .. - ... - • * A * ,, . Okanegan-Simfkameen 2 * 6 * 8 Colunt>fa-Shuswap 3 * 5 • 8 North Okanagan 53 3.0 11 1.5 64 Central Okanagan 7 * 17 2.3 24 Thompson-Nicola 119 6.7 32 4.4 151 Carfboo 1 • 11 1.5 12 j Squamish-Lfllooet 1 * 4 * 5 I Fraser-Cheam 12 0.7 8 * 20 Central Fraser Valley 98 5.6 40 5.5 138 Dewdney-Alouette 229 13.0 60 8.2 289 Greater Vancouver 1049 59.4 310 42.3 1359 Sunshine Coast 1 • 2 * 3 Powe 11 River 0 • 0 * 0 Central Coast 0 * 0 • 0 Mount Waddington 0 * 2 • 2 I i Skeena-Queen Charlotte 3 * 2 • 5 I I Kitimat-Stikine 35 2.0 6 * 41 Sul kley-Nechako 0 • 9 * 9 I Fraser-Fort George 13 0.7 7 * 20 Peace River-Lfard 1 * 4 • 5 Stikine 0 • 0 * 0 Capita 1 99 5.6 27 3.7 126 Cowfchan Valley 2 • 3 • 5 Nanaimo 4 • 8 • 12 I Alberni-Clayoquot 2 * 4 * 6 I Comox-Strathcona 2 * 10 1.4 12 : 0 ut of Provf nee 11 0.6 131 17.9 142 I 0.5 * n a • • 2.6 1.0 6.0 0.5 • 0.8 5.5 11.6 54.4 • • • * • 1.6 * 0.8 • * 5.0 * 0.5 * o.5 5.7 I Total 1765 100.0 732 100.0 2497 100.0 (70.7) (29.3) *indicates a percentage has not been calculated because base fs less than 10. Part II: PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF RESPONDENTS 2.1 Age-Sex Distribution The age-sex distribution for respondents is presented in Table III, (page 5). Males comprise 27.1 percent of the total respondents and females 72.9 percent. It can also be seen that 72.6 percent of the respondents are between the ages of 25 and 44, with nearly one-half of the total (43.6%) falling between the ages of 25 and 34. The greatest percentage I -5-of females arebetween the ages of 25 and 34 (48.6%), and the greatest percentage of males are between 35 and 44, (36. 7%) Table Ill: Number and Percentage Distribution of Responc!ents by Ape end Sex Sex Age Males Females Total N s N I N I ~ 24 1 0.2 80 6.2 81 4.6 25 - 34 144 30.1 626 48 .6 710 43.6 35 - 44 176 36 . 7 337 26.2 513 29.0 45 - 54 g2 lg.2 166 12 .g 258 14.6 55 - 64 5g 12 .3 58 4.5 117 6.6 65 .!. 1 0.2 1 0.1 2 0.1 Unknown 6 1.3 20 1.6 26 1.5 Total 47g 100.0 1288 100.0- 1767 100.0 (27.1) (72.g) Table IV (page 5) and Table V _(page 6) examine age and sex by registration status. Those with active registration status closely approximate the distribution pattern of all respondents. There is, however, a greater variation between inactive respondents and the total group of respondents. Table V shows that 54. 9 percent of inactive females are between 25 and 34 compared to 48.6 percent for all female respondents in that age group. The same table shows that 21 percent of inactive male respondents are between 25 and 34 compared to 30 percent of all male respondents in that age group; 46.9 percent of inactive male respon-dents are between 35 and 44 compared to 36. 7 percent of all male respondents in that age group. Active male respondents compose 33.7 percent of all active re-spondents but only 13.8 percent of the inactive population. On the other hand, female respondents compose 66.3 percent of the active respondents but 86.2 percent of the inactive respondents. Table IV : !!ullber and Percent•!!! Distribution of Active Respondents br Age and Sex • Sex . I Age Males Females Total N s N I N I !. 24 1 0.3 52 6.6 53 4.5 25 - 34 127 31.g 349 44.6 476 40.3 35 - 44 138 34. 7 207 26.4 345 2g.2 45 - 54 74 18.6 112 14.3 186 15.7 55 - 64 52 13 .1 45 5.7 g1 8.2 65 !. 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 0.0 Unknown 6 1.5 18 2. 3 24 2.0 Total 398 100.0 783 100.0 1181 100.0 (33.7) (66.3) I -6-Table V: Number and Percentage Distribution of Inactive Respondents by Age and Sex. Sex Age Males Females Total N I N I N I !. 24 0 o.o 28 5.5 28 4.8 25 - 34 17 21.0 277 54.9 294 50.2 35 - 44 38 46.9 130 25.7 168 28.7 45 - 54 18 22.2 54 10.7 72 12.3 55 - 64 7 8.6 13 2.6 20 3.4 65..!. 1 1.2 1 0.2 2 0.3 Unknown 0 o.o 2 0.4 2 0.3 Total 81 100.0 505 100.0 586 100.0 (13.8) (86.2) 2.2 Marital Status Table VI shows the marital status of respondents. The greatest number 1248 (70.6%) are married. Table VI: NUllber and Percentage Distribution of All Respondents by Age and Marital Status. Marital Status Total Number All Age Single Married Other Unknown Respondents N I N I N I N I N 'I !. 24 46 15.5 30 2.4 4 2.1 1 3.2 81 4.6 25 - 34 156 52.5 542 43.4 62 32.5 10 32.3 710 43.6 35 - 44 55 18.5 384 30.8 63 33.0 11 35.5 513 29.0 45 - 64 26 a.a 195 15.6 33 17.3 4 12.9 258 14.6 55 - 64 11 3.7 83 6.6 23 12.0 0 o.o 117 6.6 65 !. 0 o.o 2 O.i! 0 o.o 0 0.0 2 0.1 Unknown 3 1.0 12 1.0 6 3.1 5 16.1 26 1.5 Toul 217 100.0 1248 100.0 191 100.0 31 100.0 1767 100.0 (16.8) (70.6) (10.8) (1. 7) When Table VI was separated into active and inactive registration status it was found that the largest proportion of active people were married and between the ages of 25 and 34 (26.4%). This same situa-tion occurred for inactive respondents, however, the proportion of inactive respondents who were married and between 25 and 34 was quite a bit higher (39.2%). Tables VII and VIII (page 7) outline this dis-tribution. Additional tables on marital status are found in Appendix B. I I -7-Table VII: Number and Percentage Distribution of Active Respondents by Age and Marital Status. Marital Status Tota 1 Number Active Age Single Married Other Unknown Respondents N I N I N I N I N I !. 24 31 13.9 19 2.4 2 1.3 1 6.3 53 4.5 25 - 34 117 52.5 312 39.4 44 29.3 3 18.7 476 40.3 35 - 44 42 18.8 246 31.1 51 34.0 6 37.5 345 29.2 45 - 54 20 9.0 ·135 17.0 29 19.3 2 12.5 186 15.7 55 - 64 10 4.5 68 8.6 19 12.7 0 0.0 97 8.2 Unknown 3 1.3 12 1.5 5 3.3 4 25.0 24 2.0 Total 223 100.0 792 100.0 150 100.0 16 100.0 1181 100.0 (18.9) (67 .1) (12.7) (1.4) Table VIII: Number and Percentage Distribution of Inactive Respondents by Age and Marital Status. Marital Status Total Number Inactive Age Single Married Other Unknown Respondents N I N I N I N I N I ! 24 15 20.3 11 2.4 2 4.9 0 0.0 28 4.8 25 - 34 39 52.7 230 50.4 18 43.9 7 46.7 294 50.2 35 - 44 13 17 .6 138 30.3 12 29.3 5 33 .3 168 28.7 45 - 54 6 8.1 60 13.2 4 9.8 2 13.3 72 12.3 55 - 64 1 1.3 15 3.3 4 9.8 0 D.O 20 3.4 65 !. 0 o.o 2 o.4 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 0.3 Unknown 0 0.0 0 o.o 1 2.4 1 6.7 2 0.3 Total 74 100.0 456 100.0 41 100.0 15 100.0 586 100.0 (12 .6) (77.8) (70.0) (2.6) -8-2.3 Place of Birth Table IX examines the place of birth for respondents by registra-tion status. Of all respondents, 1323 (74.9%) were born in Canada and I 164 (9.3%) in the United Kingdom. Of the active registrants 69.8 p~~n~t~~~~ were Canadian born compared to 85.2 percent of the inactive registrants. United Kingdom born nurses accounted for 11.4 percent of the active people and only 4.9 percent of the inactive people. Table IX: Place of Birth For All Respondents by Registration Status. Place of Birth Registration Status Total 4ct1ve Inactive N I N I N I C1n1d1 824 69.B 499 85.2 1323 74.9 United States 5 0.4 2 0.3 7 0.4 United Kingdom 135 11.4 29 4.9 164 9.3 Hong Kong 47 4.0 7 1.2 54 3.1 Centr11 Allleri ca 45 3.8 28 4.8 73 4.1 Other 116 9.8 10 1.8 126 7.1 Unknown 9 o.e 11 1.8 20 1.1 Total 1181 100.0 586 100.0 1767 100.0 (66.8) (33.1) 2.4 Citizenship Table X presents data on citizenship of Psychiatric Nurses by registration status. Canadian citizenship accounts for 83.1 percent of the respondents and British citizenship for 6.7 percent. Of the active registrants 79.9 percent are Canadian and 9.3 percent British. Inactive registrants differ in that 89.4 percent are Canadian citizens and only 1.5 percent are British. Table X: Number and Percenta?e Distribution of Respondents by Citizensh1p and Reg stration Status. Ci ti zensh1 p Reoistration Status Total Active Inactive N I N I N I Canadian 944 79.9 524 89.4 1468 83.1 British 110 9.3 9 1.5 119 6.7 A•ric1n 0 o.o 8 1.4 8 0.5 Other 39 3.3 7 1.2 46 2.6 Unknown BB 7.5 38 6.5 126 7 .1 Total 1181 100.0 586 100.0 1767 100.0 (66.8) (33.2) -9-Part 111: EDUCATIONAL l~ORMATION Part III describes basie training in psyehiatrie nursing. additional basic training in nursing and post-basic training as reported on the questionnaire. 3.1 Basic Training in Psychiatric Nursing Table XI describes the basic training in psychiatric nursing for all respondents to the questionnaire. British Columbia graduates account for the majority, 1188 (67.2%). Of these nurses 300 (25.4%) graduated between 1965-69. The second greatest number graduated in Great Britain (16.3%). Of these an equal number 82 (28.5%) graduated between 1965-69 and 1970-74. Table XI: Place of Graduation by Year of Graduation for All Respondents Place of Graduation Year of Graduation British Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba Great Other Unknown Columbia Britain N I N I N I N I N I N I N s > 34 0 0.0 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 o.o 1 0.3 0 o.o 0 0.0 35 - 39 7 0.6 0 o.o 4 2.9 1 1,2 2 0,7 0 0.0 0 0.0 40 - 44 12 1.0 0 0,0 5 3.6 3 3.5 1 0.3 0 o.o 0 0.0 45 - 49 25 2.1 1 2.8 5 3,6 6 7.2 7 2.4 1 5.9 0 0.0 50 - 54 147 12.4 3 8.6 25 17,8 10 11.7 24 8.3 2 11.8 0 o.o 55 - 59 140 11.9 2 5,7 12 8,6 20 23.5 22 7.6 3 17.7 0 0.0 60 - 64 225 19,0 12 34,3 29 20.7 20 23.5 56 19.4 4 23.5 0 o.o 65 - 69 300 25.4 8 22.9 29 20.7 17 20.0 82 28.5 6 35.3 0 0.0 70 - 74 240 20.3 9 25,7 29 20,7 8 9.4 82 28.5 0 o.o 0 0.0 75 > 80 6.7 0 0.0 1 0,7 0 o.o 1 0.3 0 o.o 0 0.0 Untn0wn 12 1.0 0 0,0 1 0,7 0 o.o 10 3.6 1 5.9 14 100.0 Total 1188 100.0 35 100.0 140 100,0 85 100,0 288 100.0 17 100.0 14 100.0 (67 .2) (2.0) (7,9) (4,B) (16.3) (0.9) (O.B) N 1 14 21 45 211 199 346 442 368 82 38 1767 These figures were then examined by registration status. This examination (Tables XII and XIII, page 10) produced some additional information. British Columbia graduates accounted for only 717 (60.7%) of active respondents whereas they accounted for 471 (80.4%) of inactive respondents. I Total I 0.1 0.8 1.2 12.5 11.9 11.3 19.6 25.0 20.8 4. 6 2.2 100.0 I -10-Table XII: Place of Graduation by Year of Graduation for Active Respondents Place of Graduation .Year of Graduation British Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba Great Other Unknown Total Colllllbia Britain N s N s N s N s N s N s N s N s !. 34 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 0.4 0 0.0 0 o.o 1 0.1 35 - 39 4 0.6 0 o.o 3 2.9 1 1.8 2 0.8 0 o.o 0 0.0 10 0.8 40 - 44 8 1.1 0 0.0 4 3.9 3 5,5 1 0.4 0 o.o 0 o.o 16 1.4 45 - 49 17 2.4 0 o.o 3 2.9 6 10,9 6 2.4 1 7.7 0 o.o 33 2.8 50 - 54 101 14.1 3 10.7 21 20.6 6 10.9 19 7.5 0 o.o 0 0.0 150 12. 7 55 - 59 101 14. 1 1 3.6 10 !1,8 15 27.3 19 7,5 2 15.4 0 o.o 148 12.5 10 - 64 127 17.7 8 28.6 16 15.7 9 16.4 48 18.9 3 23.1 0 o.o 211 17.9 65 - 69 151 21.1 7 25.0 23 22,5 8 14.5 70 27.6 6 46.2 0 o.o 265 22.4 70 - 74 148 20.6 9 32.1 20 19.6 7 12.7 78 30.7 0 o.o 0 o.o 262 22.2 75 !. 55 7.7 0 o.o 1 1.0 0 o.o 1 0.4 0 0.0 0 o.o 57 4.8 Unknown 5 0.7 0 0,0 1 1.0 0 o.o 9 3.5 1 7.7 12 100.0 28 2.4 Total 717 100.0 28 100.0 102 100.0 55 100.0 254 100,0 13 100.0 12 100.0 1181 100.0 (60. 7) (2.4) (8.6) (4.7) (21.5) (1.1) (1.0) Table XIII: Place of Graduation by Year of Graduation for Inactive Respondents Year of Place of Graduation Graduation British Alberti Saskatchewan Manitoba Great Other Unknown Total ! 34 35 - 39 40 - 44 45 - 49 50 - 54 55 - 59 60 - 64 65 - ·69 70 - 74 75 ! Unknown Total Coh111bi1 Britain N I N s N s N s N s N s N s N 0 0.0 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 3 0.6 0 0.0 1 2.6 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 0.0 4 4 0.8 0 o.o 1 2.6 0 0,0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 o.o 5 8 1.7 1 14.3 2 5.3 0 0,0 1 2.9 0 0.0 0 o.o 12 46 9.8 0 0.0 4 10.5 4 13.3 5 14.7 2 so.a 0 0.0 61 39 8.3 1 14.3 2 5,3 5 16,7 3 8,8 1 25,0 0 o.o 51 98 20.8 4 57.1 13 34,2 11 36,7 8 23.5 1 25.0 0 o.o 135 149 31.6 1 14,3 6 15.8 9 30,0 12 35.3 0 o.o 0 o.o 177 92 19.5 0 o.o 9 23,7 1 3.3 4 11.8 0 o.o 0 0.0 106 25 5,3 0 0,0 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 25 7 1.5 0 0,0 0 0,0 0 o.o 1 2.9 0 o.o 2 100.0 10 471 100.0 7 100.0 38 100,0 30 100,0 34 100.0 4 100.0 2 100.0 586 (80.4) (1,2) (6.5) (5.1) (5.8) (0.7) (0.3) Great Britain graduates produce the opposite picture to those from British Columbia schools. Active respondents are comprised of 254 (21.5%) graduates from Great Britain, the majority of whom graduated from 1970-74, (30.7%). Inactive respondents are comprised of only 34 (5.8%) Great Britain graduates, the majority of whom graduated between 1965-69 (35.3%). It should be noted in examining these tables that 1975 ~ does not comprise an equal component to the five year groupings in the rest of the table. s 0.0 0.7 0.9 2.0 10.4 8.7 23.0 30.2 18.1 4.3 1.7 100.0 " -11-The year of graduation did not necessarily indicate ent~ into the work force in British Columbia and for that reason year of initial registration in British Columbia was collected and examined along with Elace of raduation. ~~~-~~~~~~~~~~~-Table XIV shows the percentage changes of British Columbia graduates compared to other registrants still registered with the R.P.N.A.B.C. British Columbia has fluctuated somewhat since 1950 but has generally declined in that time. British Columbia gradu-ates comprise 89.5· percent of the 1950-54 graduates who are still registered and 58.2 percent of the graduates from 1975-77. The percentage distribution for the same years for Great Britain ranges between zero and 30 percent (1970-74). T~ble XIV: Nunber ud Percentage of ReseOiiilents' Place of Graduation by ln1t11l .Year of Reg1strat1on Place of &r1duat1on ln1t1a1 Year of 8r1t1sh Alberta Sa ska tchewe n Manitoba Great Other Unknown Reg1strat1on Cal Ulllb11 8r1ta1n " I " s " I " s " s " s " s 1950 - 1954 153 89.5 o .. o.o 13 7.6 4 2.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 0.6 1955 - 1959 158 76.0 3 1.4 8 3.8 17 8.2 19 9.1 1 0.5 2 1.0 1960 - 1964 219 81.4 8 3.0 11 4.1 5 1.9 19 7 .1 6 2.2 1 0.4 1965 - 1969 295 66.1 9 2.0 42 9.4 35 7.9 55 12.3 5 1.1 5 1.1 1970 - 1974 236 51.6 14 3.1 51 11.2 11 2.4 137 30.0 4 0.9 4 0.9 1975 ~ 110 58,2 0 o.o 12 6,3 13 6.9 52 27.5 1 0.5 1 0.5 Unknown 17 • 1 • 3 • 0 • 6 • 0 • 0 • I Total " s 171 100.0 (9. 7) 208 100.0 (11.8) 269 100.0 (15.2) 446 100.0 (25.2) 457 100.0 (25.9) 189 100.0 (10. 7) 27 • (1.5) Total 1188 67.2 35 2.0 140 7.9 85 4.8 288 16.3 17 1.0 14 0.8 1767 100.0 • Ilse too 111111 to calculate percentage, Tables XV and XVI(page 12) illustrate these same comparisons by registration status. Additional tables concerning Place of Graduation can be found in Appendix C. I -12-Table XV: Number and Percentage of Active Respondents' Place of Graduation by Initial Year of Registration ~lice of Graduation Initial Yeer nthor of British Albei:ta_ -~s~n Manitoba Cr"'lt "-·-ft~- Tft••l Registr1t1on Co11111bia Britain N I N I N I N I N I N I " I N I 1950 - 1954 110 88.7 0 o.o 11 8.9 3 2.4 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 o.o 124 100.0 (10.5) 1955 - 1959 109 74.1 2 1.4 6 4.1 13 8.8 15 10.2 0 0.0 2 1.4 147 100.0 (12.4) 1960 - 1964 125 78.1 6 3.8 6 3.8 2 1.3 16 10,0 4 2.5 1 0.6 160 100.0 (13.5) 1965 - 1969 153 57.1 7 2.6 33 12.3 18 6.7 48 17.9 4 1.5 5 1.9 268 100.0 (22.7) 1970 - 1974 143 44.0 12 3.7 31 !1,5 8 2.5 124 38.2 4 1.2 3 0.9 325 100.0 (27.5) 1!175 !. 74 50.7 0 o.o 12 8.2 11 7.5 47 32.2 1 0.7 1 0.7 146 100.D (12.4) Unknown 3 * 1 * 3 * 0 • 4 • 0 • 0 • 11 • (1.0) Total . 717 60.7 28 2.4 102 8.li 55 4.7 254 21.5 13 1.1 12 1.0 1181 100.0 • Bise too s1111ll to calculate percentage table XVI: Number and Percentage of I111ctive Respondents' Place of Graduation by In1t1al Year of Registrat1on Place of Gr1du1t1on Ini t111 Year of British Alberta Slskatchel!Mn Manitoba Great Other Unknown Total Registration Cohlllbia Britain N I N I N I N I N I N I N I N I 1950 - 1!154 43 !11.5 0 0.0 2 4.3 1 2.1 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 2.1 47 100.0 (8.0) 1!155 - 1!159 49 80.3 1 1.6 2 3.3 4 6.6 4 6.6 1 1.6 0 o.o 61 100.0 (10.4) 1960 - 1 !164 !14 86.2 2 1.8 5 4.6 3 2.B 3 2,8 2 1.8 0 o.o 109 100.0 (18.6) 1!165 - 1969 142 7!1.8 2 1. 1 9 5.1 17 9.6 7 3.!I 1 0.6 0 o.o 178 lllO.O (30.4) 1970 - 1974 !13 70.5 2 1.5 20 15.2 3 2.3 13 !1.8 0 0.0 1 o.e 132 100.0 (22,5) 1 !175 !. 36 83.7 0 o.o 0 0.0 2 4.7 5 11.6 0 0.0 0 o.o 43 100.0 (7.3) Unknown 14 • 0 • 0 • 0 • 2 • 0 • 0 • 16 • CPl Total 471 80.4 7 1.2 38 6.5 30 5.1 34 5.8 4 0.7 2 0.3 586 100.0 • Bise too .. n to calculate percentage. -13-3.2 Additional Basic Training in Nursing Table XVII shows that 352 (19.9%) of all respondents had additional basic training.* Of this number, 182 (51.7~) received their additional training in Canada; 108 of whom were trained in British Columbia. The proportion with additional basic training received in Canada was greater than the proportion receiving such training in Great Britain, but training in Great Britain accounted for 138 (39.2%) of respondents with addi-tional basic training. Table XVII: T e of Additional Basic Trainin and Tvne of Additional Basic Training Place of Diploma Practical I Training to RN Orderly Nurse Other Unknown Total II s N s ·11. s N s N I N s British Colunbia 80 37.9 4 28.6 9 12.9 15 26 .B 0 o.o lOB 30.7 Alberta 1 0.5 1 . 7 .1 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 0.6 Saskatchewan 0 o.o 2 14.3 1 1.4 2 3.6 0 o.o 5 1.4 Manitoba 2 0.9 1 7 .1 49 70.0 0 o.o 0 0.0 52 14.B Ontario 3 1.4 0 o.o 1 1.4 3 5.4 0 o.o 7 2.0 Quebec 0 o.o 0 o.o l 1.4 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 0.3 Nova Scotia 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 1.4 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 0.3 Northwest Territories and Yukon 0 o.o 0 o.o 3 4.3 0 o.o 0 0.0 3 o.B Canada (unknown) 0 0.0 2 14.3 0 o.o 1 1.B 0 o.o 3 o.B Great Britain 109 51.7 1 7.1 1 1.4 27 4B.2 0 o.o 138 39.2 Other 14 6.6 0 o.o 1 1.4 7 12.5 0 o.o 22 6.3 Unknown 2 0.9 3 21.4 3 4.3 1 1.B 1 100.0 10 2.B Total 211 100.0 14 100.0 70 100.0 56 100.0 1 100.0 352 100.0 (59.9) (4.0) (19.9) (15 .9) (0.3) Of those who received additional basic training, 211 (59.9%) received their RN Diploma and 70 (19.9%) their Practical Nurse training. Great Britain graduates accounted for 51.6 percent of the RN trained nurses and Canadian graduates accounted for 40.7 percent. Practical Nurse graduates were 92.8 percent Canadian trained. * "Additional basic training" includes all other basic nursing training not included as part of the basic Psychiatric Nursing Course, e.g. Diploma to RN, Orderly and Practical Nurse training. -14-Because the number of respondents with additional basic training in Great Britain was so high, it was decided to see what additional training these persons received. People with different gradyation dates for basic training and additional basic training are included. It was found that 127 (44.1%) of 288 Great Britain gradu-ates had additional basic training. In addition to their train-ing as Psychiatric Nurses, 96 (33.3%) also trained as Registered Nurses. Table XVIII: Additional Basic Training by Type of Basic Training and Additional Besic Training for Great Britain Gr1dyates. Additional Ba ic Traininn Type of Basic Diploma Practical Training to RN Orderly lurse ·Other Total N I N I N I N 'l Ill Diploma !16 94.1 l 100.0 l ~oo.o 21 !11.3 11!1 Degree 1 1.0 0 0.0 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 Unknown 5 4.9 0 0.0 0 o.o 2 8.7 7 Total 102 100.0 l 100.0 l 100.0 23 100.0 127 (80.3) (0.8) (0.8) (-ta. l) Appendix D contains more tables on additional basic training. 3.3 Post-basic Training I !13.7 0.8 !i,5 100.0 The questionnaire requested information on post-basic training taken by Psychiatric Nurses.* Of the 1767 respondents only ten (0.6%) had post-basic training: all were at the diploma level. This information was not examined in detail because there were so few Psychiatric Nurses with post-basic training. *"Post-basic training" includes additional degrees or diplomas not considered as basic nursing. I Age < 24 25 - 34 35 - 44 45 - 54 55 - 64 65 !. Unknown Totll -15-Part IV: EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION 4.1 Employment Status Table XIX shows that 1052 (59.5%) of the respondents were employed as Psychiatric Nurses on a regular basis. Of these, 407 (38.7%) were between 25-34 years of age and 308 (29.3%) be-tween 35-44 years of age. An additional 103 (5.8%) were employed as Psychiatric Nurses on a casual basis. Of these, 60 (58.3%) were between 25-34 years of age and 28 (27.2%) between 35-44 years of age. Table XIX: Number and Percentage Distribution of Respondents by Age and Employment Status EmnloY111ent Status Employed in Psychiatric ·Employed in Employed Not Employed Nu rs i nq Nurst ng (other thin ·Kegu 1ar 1.asua 1 (not NuraJ.ngJ .::ieeKing .not :.eek 1 ng Unknown Basts Basis ps9chJ.11trJ.cJ (J.n NursJ.ngJ (J.n NursJ.ngJ N : N I N s N I N I N I N s 54 5.1 4 3.9 6 7.7 4 3.a 4 6.3 8 2.7 1 2.3 (66. 6J (4 . ~J (7 .4J (4.9J (4.9J (9.9J (J.2J 4a7 38.7 60 58.3 27 34.6 49 36.6 38 59.4 172 58.7 17 39.5 (S2. 9J (7.BJ (J . SJ (6.4J (4. 9J (22. JJ (2.2J 308 29.3 28 27 .2 29 37.2 49 36.6 13 2a.3 76 25.9 la 23.3 (60.0} (5.S} (5.7} (9 . 6} (2.5} • (J4.B} (J.9} 178 16.9 6 5.8 14 17.9 24 17.9 4 6.2 22 7.5 la 23.3 (69.0} (2.J} (5.4} (9.J} (J.6} (I.SJ (3.9} 85 8.1 2 1.9 2 2.6 8 6.a 4 6.2 12 4.1 4 9.3 (72.fi} (J. 7} (J .7} (6.1} (3.4} (JO.JI (3.4} a a.a a a.a a a.a a a .a a a.a 2 0.7 a 0.0 (0.0} (O . OJ (0.0} (O . OJ (0.0} (JOO.OJ (O.O} 2a 1.9 3 2.9 a a.a a a.a 1 1.6 1 0.3 1 2.3 (76.9) (JJ . SJ (0.0} (0.0J (3.1} (J.IJ (3.8} 1052 100.0 103 100.0 78 100.0 ~34 100.0 64 1oa.o 293 100.a 43 100.0 (59. S} (5 .1} (4.-1} (7. 6} (3.6} (l6.6} (2.4} A total of 64 (3.6%) were not employed but were seeking employment in nursing. Of these, 51 were inactive and 13 were active registrants. Tables XX and XXI (page 16) show employment status by activity status. I Total N I 81 4.6 (JOO . OJ na 43.6 (JOO.OJ 513 29 .a (JOO . O} 258 14 .6 (JOO. 0} 117 6.6 (JOO . O} 2 a. 1 (JOO . OJ 26 1.5 (JOO . OJ 1767 100.0 . I -16-Table XX: Nunmer and Percentage Distribution of Active Respondents by Age and E!!!plOYl!nt Status. Employment Status E~loyed in Psychiatric £111ployed in Nursing Nursing ~loyed Not £1111loxed R!gular Casual not other than See~ing Not Seeking - . •-- . ~ · - ' - ·-- N··----··i .... --------., -·· -- -- ---, w.,n.,wn --- s N I N I N I N I N I N s N !. 24 46 4.6 4 4.6 1 4.0 1 4.8 0 o.o 1 7 .1 0 o.o 53 4.5 25 - 34 390 39 .1 46 52.9 8 32.0 5 23.8 10 76.9 6 42.9 11 45 .8 476 40.3 35 - 44 293 29 .4 26 29.9 11 44.0 8 38.1 1 7.7 3 21.4 3 12.5 345 29.2 45 - 54 164 16.4 6 6.!I 4 16.0 5 23.8 0 0.0 2 14.3 5 20.8 186 15.8 55 - 64 85 8.5 2 2.3 1 4.0 2 9.5 2 15.4 1 7 .1 4 16.7 97 8.2 Unknown lg 1 g 'I 'I.• 0 0.0 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 7 .1 1 4.2 24 2.0 Total 997 100.0 87 100.0 25 100.0 21 100.0 13 100 .0 14 100.0 24 100.0 1182 100.0 (84.4) (7 .4) (2 .1) (1.8) (1.1) (1.2) (2.0) There are 997 (84.4%) active respondents employed on a regular basis and a further 87 (7.4%) employed on a casual basis. The data indicate there are only 13 (1.1%) active respondents seeking employ-ment in nursing. An additional 14 (1.2%) of the active respondents were not employed and not seeking employment in nursing. Table 111: Nudler and Percentage Distribution of Inactive Respondents by Age_1nd ElloloYl!nt Status fmnlo.,,,,..nt Status Employed in Psychiatric Employed in I Nursing Nursing Employed Not Emoloyed Regular Casual not other than Seeking Not Seeking Age !Iasis Basis psychiatric nursing in nursing in nursinq Unknown Total N .!. 24 8 25 - 34 17 35 - 44 15 45 - 54 14 55 - 64 0 65 ~ 0 Unknown 1 Total 55 I N I N I N I N I N I N I N 14.5 0 0.0 5 9.4 3 2.7 4 7.9 7 2.5 1 5.3 28 30.9 14 87.5 19 35.8 44 38.g 28 54.9 166 59.5 6 31.6 294 27.3 2 12.5 18 34 .0 41 36.3 12 23.5 73 26.2 7 36.8 168 25.5 0 o.o 10 18.9 19 16.8 4 7.8 20 7.2 5 26.3 72 0.0 0 o.o 1 1.9 6 5.3 2 3.9 11 3.g 0 o.o 20 0.0 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 0.0 2 0.7 0 o.o 2 1.8 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 o.o 1 2.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 100.0 16 100.0 53 100.0 113 100.0 51 100.0 279 100 .0 19 100.0 586 (9.4) (2 .7) (9 .0) (19 . 3) (8.7) (47.6) (3.2) There are 55 (9.4%) inactive respondents employed in Psychiatric Nursing on a regular basis and 16 (2.7%) employed on a casual basis. There are 279 (47.6%) not seeking employment in nursing. I 4.8 50.2 28.7 12.3 3.4 0.3 0.3 100.0 -17-A closer examination was made of the respondents currently seeking employment in nursing. Of the 13 active respondents, four were male and nine were female and four of the nine females were married. Home addresses varied considerably with four residing in the Greater Vancouver Regional Hospital District and two residing out of the province. Table XXII presents this breakdown by sex, marital status and place of residence for active respondents seeking employ-ment. All but two of this group were Canadian citizens and only one had additional nursing training beyond Psychiatric Nursing. Ten of the 13 were between the ages of 25-34. Table Xlll: rital Status b Sex Re ional Hos ital District f r Active Respondents Currently Seeking Emp oyment n Nurs ng. Regional Hospital District Greater Vancouver Regional Hospital District Skeena - Queen Charlotte Co1111x - Strathcona Thompson - Nicola Cari boo Marital Status !!!!!:1!!!. Single Other !! !. !! !. !! !. 2 Sub Total -!! !. 3 2 Dewdney - Alouette Central ICootenay Out of Province Total 2 4 _J_ -3 - _J_ 2 _J_ _J_ 4 9 Table XXlll : ege of Active Respondents Currently _eeking Eg>lO.yn!nt in Nursing. -.!s!...... Nunt>er .! 24 0 25 - 34 10 35 - 44 45 - 54 0 55 - 65 ..l 13 lml 4 2 1 J. 13 I -18-Fifty-one of the inactive respondents were seeking employment in nursing. Table XXIV shows that 47 of the 51 were females. The largest concentration resided in the Greater Vancouver Regional Hospital District. There were no other large concentrations by residence. The rejlte_s_i_q_umb_er 26, were between the ages of 25-34. Forty-one of the 51 were married, eight were single and two stated "other" as their marital status. Forty-seven were Canadian citizens, four were not. Table lXIV: Sex and A b Re ional Hos ital District for Inactive Res ndents Current 1 Seek in !!I! oiment . Sex and Age Sub Regional Hospital District ~ 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 Total Total -~ E !!. F !!. F !!. F M F M F -Kootenay Boundary 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 Ok1n1g1n-Similk1111en 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 llorth Ok1n1g1n 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Central Okanagan 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 4 Thoqison-llicola 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 Cari boo 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 Squamish-Lillooet 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 F riser-Cheam 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Central Fraser Valley 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 3 Greater Vancouver 0 2 1 9 0 4 0 2 0 0 1 17 18 Sunshine Coast 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 Mount Waddington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 u 1 k 1 ey-llecha ko 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 Peace Rtver-ltard 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 llanaim 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 A lbemt-Clayoquot 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Out of Province ~ l l .J. ~ -1 ! ! ! ! l ....!. ...! Total 0 5 2 24 1 12 0 4 2 4 47 51 4.2 Place of Employment Of the 1155 who indicated they were employed either on a regular or casual basis, 1084 (93.9%) were active registrants and 71 (6.1%) were inactive,Table XXV (page 19). Inactive status should indicate that they were not employed as Registered Psychiatric Nurses, however, it is possible that 71 had registered after the questionnaire was sent out and before the reply was received back or they had dual training and were qualified to pract-ice in another capacity within the institution. I -19-Psychiatric hospitals claimed 37.6 percent of the employed respondents, mental retardation agencies 29.6 percent and psycho-geriatric centres 15.1 percent. All other institutions accounted for small numbers of respondents. Table XXV: Nu!!'ber ond Percentage Distribution of Employed Respondents by Type of Activity Status and Employing lnst1tut1on. Activitv Status Eqiloyini Institution Active Inactive Total N I N I N I General Hospital 49 4.5 12 16.9 61 5.3 Rehabilitation Hospital 3 D.3 D D.O 3 0.3 Extended Care 9 0.8 1 1.4 10 o.g Psychiatric Hospital 410 37.8 24 33.8 434 37.6 Psycho-Geriatric 170 15.7 4 5.6 174 15 .1 Nursing Home 8 0.7 3 4.2 11 1.0 P uli1ic-Hea 1th 1 0.1 0 o.o ·1 0.1 Mental Health centre 57 5.3 4 5.6 61 5.3 Educational Institution 2 0.2 1 1.4 3 0.3 Mental Retardation Agency 324 29,g 18 25.4 . 342 2g.6 Other 36 3.3 2 2.8 38 3.3 Unknown 15 1.4 2 2.8 17 1.5 Total 1084 100.0 71 100.0 1155 100.0 (g3.9) (6. 1) 4.3 Principal Type of Position Principal type of position was examined only for active employed respondents as these data were felt to be most reliable. Tables for inactive registrants and additional tables for active respondents can be found in Appendix E. Of the respondents examined, 739 (68.2%) were general duty nurses and 119 (11.0%) were assistant head nurses. All other categories con-tained comparatively few numbers. T1bl1 llVI: llll!Der end Ptrcontlpe Dtstrtbutt.., of Act he Md E9lopd IHDDl!dents br Ap Ind Tm of Position. A I I Position ~ 24 25 - J4 JS - 44 45 - 54 55 - 64 Unk- Totll ~ I • I • t • I • I I • I Director 0 o.o 0 O.D 0 o.o 2 1.2 1 1.Z 0.0 3 0.3 Asshunt otrwctor 0 o.o 0 o.o 2 0.6 2 1.2 1 1.2 o.o 5 D.5. S11111rwtsor/Coordl111tor O o.o ' 1.4 20 6.3 12 7.1 2 2.J 1.1 42 J.I Asshtont Stlpervhor 1 2.0 0 o.o 6 1.9 J I.I 0 O.D 0.0 10 0.9 Clt•lc1l S,.Ct1lht 0 o.o J 0.7 7 2.2 J I.I 1 1.2 O.D l4 1.J Instructor · 0 o.o 2 • D.5 1 0.3 1 0.6 1 1.2 O.D 5 0.5 H11d lune 0 O.D 17 J.I 21 I.I 28 16.5 13 14.9 9.1 II 1.1 Ii-rel Dut1/Stlff II H.O 354 11.2 206 64.6 15 IO.O 37 42.5 40.9 739 61.2 Asshtonl lllod lurst D o.o J3 7.6 JI 1.7 23 13.5 27 31.0 22.7 119 11.0 Otlltr 1 z.o 13 3.0 10 J.1 2 1.2 1 1.2 o.o 27 2.5 Unk- 0 o.o I I.I I 2.5 9 5.3 J J.4 18.Z l2 3.0 Totll ~ 100.0 06 100.0 319 100.0 170 100.0 17 IOD.O 22 100.0 1084 IOD.O (4.6) (40.Z) (29.4) (15. 7) (8.0) (2.D) I -20-4.4 Principal Areas of Responsibility The principal areas of responsibility for active respondents were psychiatric, psycho-geriatric and mental retardation. Nearly one-half (44.3%) of the respondents mentioned their main responsi bility was in the psychiatric field. Slightly less than one-quarter (22.1%) stated psycho-geriatrics and 130 (12.0%) stated mental re-tardation as their principal area of responsibility. Table XXVII presents this information. Table XXVIJ: Number and Percentage Oistribution of Active Respondents by Area of Responsibility. Area of Reseonsibilitl _! _I Medical/Surgical 25 2.3 Psychiatric 480 44.3 Paediatrics 64 5.9 Psycho-Geriatric 240 22.1 Connunity Mental Health 44 4.1 Mental Retardation 130 12.0 Other 43 4.0 Not Applicable 5 0.5 Unknown ~_M Total 1084 100.0 Nearly three-quarters (74.4%) stated they did not have other areas of responsibility. Although 125 (11.5%) stated they had ad-ministrative responsibilities, 52 (4.8%) had teaching responsibili-ties and 79 (7.3%) had both administrative and teaching duties. Table XXVIII presents these data. Other Responsibilities ..L _s None 806 74.4 Administration 125 11.5 Teaching 52 4.8 Other 22 2.0 Administration/Teaching ..1! .1..:1 Total 1084 100.0 I I -21-APPENDIX A Regional Hospital Districts Map Regton11 Mospft11 Dtstrtct 1 [1st kooten11 2 Centr1l 1Cooten11 21 1Cooten11 Bound1ry J Ot1n191n-St•tlk1111!1!11 4 tolUll'bt1-Shuswep 5 Horth Ot1n19an & Centr1l Ot1na91n 1 ThD111PSon-Ntcol1 I C1rtboo 9 Squ1•tsh-ltllooet 10 fr1ser-Che1• 11 Centr1l Fr1ser Y11111 12 Dewdne7-Alouelte ll Gre1ter Y1ncouver 14 Sunshine Co1st 15 Powell RfYer 16 Mount W1ddfn9ton 161 OcHn Fills 17 Skeen1-Queen Chlr1otte 11 Kttt1111t-sttktne 19 lulkle7-Nech1ko ZO Frl!er-Fort Geo"' 21 Pe1ce RfYer-Lt1rd Z2 StlUne U C1p1t1l 24 Cowtch1n Y1lle1 25 N1natnu Z6 Albernt-Cl1yoquot 27 Como•-Str1thcon1 •• RRIONAL ~PITAL Dlstllm OF •ITISll COUNIA I N N I H I -23-APPENDIX B Additional Tables on Marital Status I -24-Table Bl: Number and Percentage Oistribut1on of Active Respondents by Age and Mllr1t11 Status. U- .,A - tt Single Married N Other 1 Unknown Total Age N l N - l N l N l !. 24 31 13.g 19 2.4 2 1.3 1 6.3 53 4.5 2!i - 34 117 52.!i 312 39.4 44 29.3 3 18.8 476 40.3 35 - 44 42 18.8 246 31.1 51 34.0 6 37.5 345 2g.2 . 45 - 54 20 9.0 135 17.0 2g 19.3 ·2 12.5 186 15.8 55 - 64 10 4.5 68 8.6 19 12.7 0 0.0 97 8.2 65 !. 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 o.o Unknown 3 1.3 12 1.5 5 3.3 4 25.0 24 2.0 Total 223 100.0 792 100.0 150 100.0 16 100.0 1181 100.0 (18.9) (67 .1) (12.7) (1 .4) Table 82: Nlllll>er and Percentage Ohtrtbut1on of Inactive Respondents by Age and "8r1tal Status Marital Status Single Married Other Unknown Total Aqe N l N l N l N l N l ~ 24 15 20 . 3 11 2.4 2 4.9 0 0.0 28 4.8 25 - 34 39 52.7 230 50.4 18 43.9 7 46.7 294 50.2 35 - 44 13 17.6 138 30.3 12 29.3 5 33.3 168 28.7 45 - 54 6 8.1 60 13.2 4 9.8 2 13.3 72 12.3 55 - 64 1 1.3 15 3.3 4 9.8 0 0.0 20 3.4 65 !. 0 o.o 2 0.4 0 0.0 0 o.o 2 0.3 Unknown 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 2.4 1 6.7 2 0.3 Total 74 100.0 456 100.0 41 100.0 15 100.0 586 100.0 (12.6) (77.B) (7 .0) (2.6) I -25-APPENDIX C Additional Tables on Place of Graduation . . -26-Table Cl: British Colunt>ia Institution of Graduation Year of Unknown Riverview B.C.I.T. Woodlands Total Graduation " s N s N s N s N s 1!135 • 1944 0 o.o 12 1.9 0 o.o 0 o.o 12 1.7 1 !145 • 11154 0 o.o 114 lB.O 0 o.o 4 100.0 118 16.5 1!155 • 1!164 0 o.o 228 36.1 0 o.o 0 o.o 228 31.8 1965 • 1974 1 100.0 273 43.2 25 31.3 0 o.o 299 41.7 1975 !. 0 o.o 1 0.2 54 67.5 0 o.o 55 7.7 Unknown 0 o.o 4 0.6 1 1.2 0 o.o 5 0.7 Total 1 100.0 632 100.0 80 100.0 4 100.0 717 100.0 . (0 .1) (88.1) (11.2) (0.6) Table C2: lllllber and Percentage Distribution of Inactive lespondents(lritish Columbia graduates only) by Year of Graduation and British Columbia Institution of Graduation. British Coluatia Institution of Graduation Year Training Riverview B.C.l.T. Woodlands Total Comoleted Unknown !! ! !!. ! ! ! ! ! !. ! 1935 - 1944 0 o.o I 7 1.6 0 o.o 0 o.o 7 1.5 1945 - 1954 0 o.o I 51 12.0 0 o.o 3 100.0 54 11.5 I 1955 - 1964 1 100.0 I 136 31.9 0 o.o 0 o.o 137 29.1 i 1965 - 1974 0 0.0 226 53.1 15 36.6 0 o.o 241 51.2 1975 ?. 0 o.o 0 o.o 25 61.0 0 0.0 25 5.3 Unknown 0 o.o 6 1.4 1 2.4 0 0.0 7 1.5 Total 1 100.0 426 100.0 41 100.0 3 100.0 471 100.0 I (0.2) (!I0.4) (8.7) (0.6) I Table CJ: Place of Graduation by Year of Initial Registration in British Colummia for Active Respondents. Place of Graduation Year of British Saskat- Great Registration Col un>ia Alberta chewan Manitoba Britain Other Unknown N s N s N s N s N s N s N s 1950 - 54 110 15.3 0 o.o 11 10.8 3 5.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1955 • 59 109 15.2 2 7.1 6 5.9 13 23.6 15 5.9 0 o.o 2 16.7 1960 - 64 125 17.4 6 21.4 6 5.9 2 3.6 16 6.3 4 30.8 1 8.3 1965 - 69 153 21.3 7 25.0 33 32.4 18 32.7 48 18.9 4 30.8 5 41.7 1970 - 74 143 19.9 12 42.9 31 30.4 B 14.5 124 48.8 4 30.8 3 25.0 1!175 !. 74 10.3 0 o.o 12 11.8 11 20.0 47 18.5 1 7.7 1 8.3 Unknown 3 0.4 1 3.6 3 2.9 0 0,0 • 1.6 0 0.0 0 0.0 717 100.0 28 100.0 102 100.0 55 100.0 254 100.0 13 100.0 12 100.0 (60.7) ((2.4) (8.6) (4.7) (21.5) (1.1) (1.0) Table C4: Pl1ce of Gr1duation by year of Initi1l Registration in British Colwd>ia for Inactive Respondents. . Place of Graduation Year of British Sasket· Great Regis tr1 t1 on ColUllbi1 Alberta chewan Manitoba Britain Other Unknown N s N s N s N s N I N s N s 1950 - 54 43 !1.1 0 o.o 2 5.3 1 3.3 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 50.0 1955 • 59 49 10.4 1 14.3 2 5.3 4 13.3 4 11.8 1 25.0 0 o.o 1960 - 64 M 20.0 2 28.6 5 13.2 3 10.0 3 8.8 2 50.0 0 o.o 1965 - 69 142 30.1 2 28.6 9 23.7 17 56.7 7 20.6 1 25.0 0 o.o 1970 • 74 93 19.7 2 28.6 20 52.6 3 10.0 13 38.2 0 o.o 1 50.0 1975 !. 36 7.6 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 6.7 5 14.7 0 o.o 0 o.o Unknown 14 3.0 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 5.9 0 0.0 0 0.0 t71 100.0 7 100.0 38 100.0 30 100.0 34 100.0 4 100.0 2 100.0 (80.4) (1.2) (6.5) (5.1) (5.8) (0.7) (0.3) . I Total N s 124 10.5 147 12.4 160 13.5 268 22.7 325 27.5 146 12.4 11 0.9 1181 100.0 Total N s 47 8.D 61 10.4 10!1 18.6 178 30.4 132 22.5 43 7.3 16 2.7 586 100.0 I -27-• APPENDIX D Additional Tables on Basic Training -28-Table 01: e of Addit1onal Basic Additional Basic Trainina Province or Country Diploma to Practical Training Obtained RN Orderly Nurse Other Unknown Total N I N I N I N I N I N I Brit1sh Colllllbia 46 30.3 2 25.0 4 11.8 '1 24.4 0 o.o 63 25.5 Alberta 0 o.o 1 12.5 0 o.o · 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 0.4 Saskatchewan 0 o.o 1 12.5 1 2.4 2 4.4 0 0.0 4 1.6 Manitoba 1 0.7 0 o.o 29 70.7 0 o.o 0 o.o 30 12.1 Ontario 0 0.0 0 tl.O 1 2.4 3 6.7 0 o.o 4 1.6 Mova Scotia 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 2.4 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 0.4 Northwest Territories and Yukon 0 0.0 0 0.0 3 7.3 0 0.0 0 o.o 3 1.2 Canada (province unknown) 0 0.0 1 12.5 0 0.0 1 2.2 0 o.o 2 0.8 &reat Britain 112 60.5 1 12.5 1 2.4 25 55.6 0 o.o 119 48.2 Other 12 7.9 0 0.0 0 o.o 2 4.4 0 o.o 14 5.7 Unknown 1 0.7 2 25.0 1 2.4 1 2.2 1 100.0 6 2.4 Total 152 100.0 8 100.0 41. 100.0 45 100.0 1 100.0 247 100.0 (61.5) (3.2) (16.6) (18.2) (0 .4) Table 02: Nuri>er and Percentage D1strfbution of Inactive Respondents by the Type pf A!lditional 8as1c Training and the Province or Country the Training was Obtained . Additional Basic Trafnina Pro vi nee or Country Diploma to Practical Training Obtained RH Orderly Nurse Other Total N I N I N I N I N I British Coluntiia 34 57.6 2 33.3 5 17.2 4 36.4 45 .42.9 Alberta 1 1. 7 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 1.0 Saskatchewan 0 o.o 1 16.7 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 1.0 M&n1toba 1 1.7 1 16.7 20 69.0 0 0.0 22 21.0 Ontario 3 5.1 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 3 2.9 Quebec 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 3.4 0 0.0 1 1.0 C1n1d1 (province unknown) 0 O.D 1 16.7 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 1.0 United States 2 3.4 0 0.0 1 3.4 4 36.4 7 6.7 &reat Britain 17 28.8 0 o.o 0 o.o 2 18.2 19 lB.l Other 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 9.0 1 1.0 Unknown 1 1 7 1 lfi. 7 2 6.9 0 0.0 4 3.8 Total 59 100.D 6 100 .0 29 100.0 11 ·100.0 105 100.0 (56 .2) (5.7) (27 .6) (10.5) I l I -29-Table 03: Number and Percentage Distribution of Active Resyondents by the T~e of Additional Basic Training and the Institution in British Co umbia where the raining was Obtained. Tv1ie of Additional Basic Trainino . Institution 1n D1p101111 to Practical ..... 11 '-"'·"- g N1 N·--· 'i n•••~ ..... I ""a' N I N I N N I Riverview 0 o:o 0 o.o i> o.o 2 18.2 2 3.2 8.C.I.T. 34 73.9 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 9.1 35 55.6 Vancouver Vocational Institute 1 2.2 0 o.o 3 75.0 2 18.2 6 9.5 St. Paul's Hospital 1 2.2 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 1.6 Ooug las Co 11 ege 1 2.2 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 9.I 2 3.2 Shaughnessy Hospital 0 o.o 2 100.0 0 o.o 0 o.o 2 3.2 u.B.c. 1 2.2 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 9.1 2 3.2 Vancouver Conrnunity College 7 15.2 0 o.o 0 o.o 3 27.3 10 15.9 Cariboo College 1 2.2 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 1.6 McKay Institute 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 9.1 1 1.6 Nelson Vocational 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 25.0 0 0.0 1 1.6 Total 46 100.0 2 100.0 4 100.0 ll 100.0 63 100.0 (73.0) (3.2) (6.4) (17.5) Table 04: Number and Percentage Distribution of Inactive Respondents by the Txpe of Additional Basic Training and the Institution in British Columbia where the Tr11n1ng was Obtained. Tvoe of Additional Basic Training I11stitutio11 in D1p1Dllll to Practical lr1t1sh Columbia RN Orderly Nurse Other Total N I N I N I N I N " Riverview 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 25.0 1 2.2 8.C.I.T. 20 58.8 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 o.o 20 44.4 Vancouver Vocational Institute 0 o.o 0 0.0 3 60.0 1 25.0 4 8.9 St. Paul's Hospital 7 20.6 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 o.o 7 15.6 Douglas College 1 2.9 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 2.2 Camosun College 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 20.0 0 o.o 1 2.2 Shaughnessy Hospital 0 o.o 2 100.0 0 0.0 0 o.o 2 4.4 u.e.c. 1 2.9 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 ·25.0 2 4.4 Royal Inland Hospital 1 2.9 0 o.o Ot 0.0 0 o.o 1 2.2 Vancouver General Hospital 1 2.9 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 25.0 2 4.4 Vancouver CD11111Unity College 2 5.9 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 2 4.4 Selkirk College 1 2.9 9 o.o 0 0.() 0 o.o 1 2.2 Unknown 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 20.0 0 0.0 1 2.2 Total 34 100.0 2 100.0 5 100.0 4 100.0 45 100.0 (75.6) (4.4) (11. 1) (8.9) 1 I -30-" APPENDIX E Additional Employment Tables • • .. .. Table El: -31-~~er and Percentage Oistribution of Inactive Respondents tliiJoyed on a Regular or Casual Basis in Psychiatric Nursing ~Basic Training and Type of Employing Institution. Basic Training Diploma Tl!!!! of E!!J!lOling Institution N s General Hospital 12 16.9 Extended Cere 1 1.4 Psychiatric Hospital 24 33.B Psycho-Geriatric 4 5.6 Nursing Home 3 4.2 ·~L • . - ~ ·--'·-· ~ u•u Mental Retardation 18 25.4 Educational Institution 1 1.4 Other 2 2.8 Unknown ~ _b! Totll 71 100.0 Table E2: !!!!!!Per and Percentage Distribution of Active Respondents bl Tlpe of Basic Training and Type of Employing Institution. Type of Basic Trainina Type of Emplo,ting lnstituti~n Oi p lOllll Degree Unknown Total N s N s N s N s General Hospital 48 4.6 0 o.o 1 2.3 49 4.5 Rehabilitation Hospital 3 0.3 0 0.0 0 o.o 3 0.3 Extended Care 9 0.9 0 o.o 0 0.0 g 0.8 Psychiatric Hospital 388 37.4 2 50.0 20 46.5 410 37.B Psycho-Geriatric 164 15.8 1 25.0 5 11.6 170 15. 7 Nursing Home 8 0.8 0 0.0 0 o.o B 0.1 Public Heal th 1 0.1 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 0.1 Mental Health Centre 57 5.5 0 0.0 0 o.o 57 5.3 Educational Institution 2 0.2 0 o.o 0 0.0 2 0.2 Mental Retardation 308 29.7 1 25.0 15 34.9 324 29.9 Other 36 3.5 0 o.o 0 0.0 36 3.3 Unknown 13 1.3 0 o.o 2 4.7 15 1.4 1037 100.0 4 100.0 43 100.0 1084 100.0 (95.7) (0.4) (4.0) Table El: Nunmer and Percentage Distribution of Active EnJ!loyed Respondents by Age and Type of Employing Institution A a e Type of Employing Institution !. 24 25 - 34 35 - 44 45 - 54 55 - 65 Unknown N I N I N I N s H s N I Genera 1 Hos pi ta 1 3 6.0 22 5.0 14 4.4 4 2.4 5 5.7 1 4.5 Rehabilitation Hospital 0 D.O 1 0.2 1 0.3 1 0.6 0 0.0 0 o.o Extended Care -Chronic 0 o.o 4 0.9 3 0.9 2 1.2 0 o.o 0 o.o Psychiatric Hospital 19 38.0 154 35.3 115 36.1 75 44.1 36 41.4 11 50.0 Psycho-Geriatric 5 10.0 67 15.4 59 18.5 22 12.9 16 18.4 1 4.5 Nursing Home 0 o.o 3 0.7 1 0.3 2 1.2 2 2.3 0 0.0 Public Health 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 0.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 Mental He1lth Centre 3 6.0 26 6.0 21 6.6 4 2.4 3 3.4 0 0.0 Educ1tional Institution 0 0.0 1 0.2 1 0.3 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 0.0 Mental Retardation Hospital 20 40.0 137 31.4 91 28.5 45 26.5 23 26.4 B 36.4 Other 0 o.o 15 3.4 g 2.8 11 6.5 1 1.2 0 0.0 Unknown 0 o.o 6 1.4 3 0.9 4 2.4 1 1.2 1 4.5 Total 50 100.0 436 100.0 319 100.0 170 100.0 87 100.0 22 100.0 (4.6) (40.2) (29.4) (15. 7) (8.0) (2.0) I Total N s 49 4.5 3 0.3 9 0.8 410 37.8 170 15.7 8 0.7 1 0.1 57 5.3 2 0.2 324 29.9 36 3.3 15 1.4 1084 100.0 • • .. Q -32-I T1ble E4: lo ed on 1 Re ular or Casual Basis in Ps chiatric A g e Type of Eqiloying 35 - 44 45 - 54 Unknown Total Institution c 24 25 - 34 N - 'l " I N ,. N I N I N I Gener1l Hospital 2 25.0 7 22.6 1 5.9 2 14.3 0 o.o 12 16.9 Extended C1re 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 5.9 0 0.0 0 o.o 1 1.4 Psychiatric Hospital 2 25.0 9 29.0 5 29.4 7 50.0 1 100.0 24 33 .B Psycho-Geri1trlc 0 o.o 2 6.5 2 11.7 0 o.o 0 o.o 4 5.6 Nu rs Ing Home 0 o.o 2 6.5 0 o.o 1 7.1 0 o.o 3 4.2 Mental Health Centre 1 12.s 1 3.2 0 o.o 2 14.3 0 o.o 4 5.6 Educational Ins ti tut Ion 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 7.1 0 0.0 1 1.4 Mental Ret1rd1tion 3 37.5 7 22.6 7 41.2 1 7.1 0 o.o lB 25.4 Other 0 o.o 1 3.2 1 5.9 0 o.o 0 0.0 2 2.B Unknown 0 o.o 2 6.5 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 o.o 2 2.B Total B 100.0 31 100.0 17 100.0 14 100.0 1 100.0 71 100.0 (11.3) (43.7) (23.9) (19.7) (1.4) T1ble ES: Nuntier and Percentage Oistribution of Active 1nd E!!!!loyed Respondents by Age ind Type of Position. A a e T.rpe of Position ~ 24 I 25 - 34 35 - 44 45 - 54 I 55 - 65 I Unknown N I N I N I N I N I N I Director 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 o.o 2 1.2 1 1.2 0 o.o Assistant Director 0 0.0 0 o.o 2 0.6 2 1.2 1 1.2 0 o.o Supervisor/Coordinator 0 0.0 6 1.4 20 6.3 12 7.1 2 2.3 2 9.1 Assistant Supervisor 1 2.0 0 o.o 6 1.9 3 1.7 0 o.o 0 0.0 Clinical Specialist 0 0.0 3 0.7 7 2.2 3 1.7 1 1.2 0 o.o Instructor 0 0.0 2 0.5 1 0.3 1 0.6 1 1.2 0 0.0 Head Nurse 0 0.0 17 3.9 2B B.B 2B 16.5 13 14.9 2 9.1 Gener1l Duty/Staff 48 96.0 354 Bl.2 206 64 .6 B5 50.0 37 42 .5 9 40 .9 Asslst1nt Head Nurse 0 o.o 33 7.6 31 9.7 23 13.5 27 31.0 5 22.7 Other 1 2.0 13 3.0 10 3.1 2 1.2 1 1.2 0 o.o Unknown 0 0 0 8 1,8 8 :>.5 9 5.3 3 1,4 4 lB.2 Total 50 100.0 436 100.0 319 100.0 170 100.0 B7 100.0 22 100 .0 (4.6) (40.2) (29.4) (15.7) (B.O) (2.0) T1ble E6: Number and Percentage Distribution of Inactive Respondents by Additional Basic Training and fype of Employing Institution. Additional Basic Trainlna Diploma Practical Type of Ell>loying Institution None to RN Orderly Nurse Total N I N I N I N I N I 6ener1l Hospital 6 12.B 6 30.0 0 0.0 0 o.o 12 16.9 Extended Care 1 2.1 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 1.4 Psychiatric Hospital 14 29.8 10 50.0 0 o.o 0 0.0 24 33.B Psycho-Geriatric 4 8.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 4 5.6 Nursing Home 2 4.3 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 100.0 3 4.2 Mental Health Centre 2 4.3 0 0.0 2 66.6 0 0.0 4 5.6 Educational Institution 0 0.0 1 5.0 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 1.4 Mental Retardation 15 31.9 2 10.0 1 33.3 0 o.o 18 25 .4 Other 1 2.1 1 5.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 2.B Unknown 2 4.3 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 2.B Total 47 100.0 20 100.0 3 100.0 1 100.0 71 100.0 (66.2) (28.2) (4.2) (1.4) I N 3 5 42 10 14 5 BB 739 119 27 32 10B4 Total I 0.3 0.5 3.9 0.9 1.3 0.5 B.1 68 .2 11.0 2.5 3.0 100.0 • • • • .. ,, 0 -33-Table E7: lo ed on 1 Re ular or C1su1l Basis in I A a e Position of E..,l1U111ent ~ Z.4 n - 34 35 - 44 45 - 54 Unknown Total N I N I N I N I N I N I Di rector 0 o.o 1 3.2 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 1.4 Supervisor/Coordinator 0 o.o 0 o.o 6 35.3 1 7.1 0 0.0 7 9.9 Assistant Supervisor 0 o.o 1 3.2 1 5.B 1 7 .1 0 0.0 3 4.2 Clinical Specialist 0 o.o 0 0.0 1 5.8 0 0.0 0 o.o 1 1.4 Head Nurse 0 o.o 1 3.2 1 5.8 3 21.4 1 100.0 6 8.5 General Staff/Duty 8 100.0 24 77.4 7 41.2 8 57 .2 0 0.0 47 66.2 Other 0 o.o 2 6.5 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 2.8 Unknown 0 o.o 2 6.5 1 5.8 1 7 .1 0 0.0 4 5.6 Total 8 100.0 31 100.0 17 100.0 14 100.0 1 100.0 71 100.0 (11.3) (43.7) (23.9) (19.7) (1.4) Table EB: Nuni>er and Percenta~e Distribution of Inactive Respondents Employed on a Regular or Casual Basis in Psychiatric Nursing by Country or Prov nee of Graduation and Position of Employment: -Countrv or Province of Graduation British Saskat- Great Position of Eqilo.Yment Col uni>1a Alberta chewan :anitob! Britain Other Total N I N I .. Director 1 2.2 0 0.0 0 Supervisor/Caardinatar 1 2.2 0 0.0 3 Assistant Supervisor 0 0.0 0 o.o 3 Cltntcal Specialist 0 o.o 0 0.0 0 Head Nurse 2 4.3 0 o.o ·1 &eneral Stiff/Duty 38 B2.6 1 100.0 4 Other 2 4.3 0 o.o 0 Unknown 2 4.3 0 o.o 1 Total 46 100.0 1 100.0 12 (64.8) (1.4) Table E9: Position of E111111lo,.ent Director Supervisor/coordinator Head Nurse General Staff/Duty Other Unknown Total Table ElO: Other Areas of Resl!.l?nstbi11tl'. J!. _I None 47 66.2 Administration 14 19. 7 Teaching 7 9.9 Administration/Teaching 2 2.8 Other .l _Li 71 100.0 I N I N I N o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 1 25.0 0 0.0 3 30.0 0 o.o 7 25.D 0 o.o 0 o.o 0 o.o 3 0.0 0 0.0 1 10.0 0 o.o 1 8.3 0 0.0 3 30.0 0 o.o 6 33.3 1 100.0 2 20.0 1 100.D 47 0.0 0 0.0 0 o.o 0 o.o 2 8.3 0 0 0 1 10.0 0 o.o 4 100.0 1 100.0 10 100.0 1 100.0 71 (16.9) (1.4) ( 14 .1) (1.4) Institution of Gr1du1tion ltiverview N 1· 1 2.8 1 2.8 2 5.5 28 77.B 2 5.5 2 5.5 36 100.0 (78.3) B.C.l.T. Total II 'I II I 0 0.0 1 2.2 .o 0.0 1 2.2 0 o.o 2 4.3 10 100.0 38 82.6 0 o.o 2 4.3 0 0.0 2 4.3 10 100.0 46 100.0 (21. 7) Table Ell: Nuni>er and Percentage Distribution of inactive Respondents Employed on a Re ular or Casual Basis in Ps chiatric urs ng x r1nc pa espons1 ility . Principal Area of Responsibilitl'. N _s_ Medical Surgical 2 2.8 Psychiatry 39 54.9 Paediatrics 2 2.8 Psycho-Geriatric 11 15.5 Connunity Mental Health 2 2.8 Mental Retardation 6 8.5 Other 4 5.6 Unknown ..! -1& Total 71 100.0 . I 1.4 9.9 4.2 1.4 8.5 66.2 2.8 5.6 100.0 . 

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