These data tables highlight current trends for 30 types of health care providers in Canada across a variety of supply, demographic and population characteristics.
This guide summarizes the strengths and limitations of the health workforce data contained in our analytical products and the ways in which it can be effectively used and analyzed.
The RN/NP data tables report on the supply, employment and demographic trends of Canada’s nursing workforce.
Explore current trends in nursing practice in Canada across a variety of demographic, education, mobility and employment characteristics for the 3 regulated nursing professions.
Urban/rural and health region analyses, and regulated nurses employed in a community setting.
Companion highlights to Regulated Nurses, 2015.
Companion chartbook to Regulated Nurses, 2015.
Companion infographic to Regulated Nurses, 2015.
Companion health regions analysis to Regulated Nurses, 2015.
Companion data tables on licensed practical nurses for Regulated Nurses, 2014.
Five-year population trends for 30 health care provider groups for the 10 provinces and Canada.
Nursing demographic, education, mobility and employment trends, including details on nurses who enter and exit the workforce.
2002 to 2013 data on how long nurses take to obtain full-time jobs, including inflow/outflow analysis and breakdown by age.
Companion data tables to Regulated Nurses, 2013.
Health personnel data grouped by province to facilitate provincial and national comparative analysis.
List of data elements on supply, distribution and practice characteristics of the three groups of regulated nursing professionals in Canada.
2008 to 2012 data on the regulated nursing workforce per 100,000 population, including jurisdictional profiles.
Aggregate, supply-based data and graduate information for 27 groups of health professionals for 15 years, by province/territory and by year.
Companion data tables to Regulated Nurses: Canadian Trends, 2007 to 2011.
Supply, distribution, education, regulation, scopes of practice, work life and health of Canada's health care providers.