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Source: Health Workforce Information Programme, Nursing Council of New Zealand



Note: Includes only nurses working in nursing. Includes multiple ethnicities.

Table 13: Nurses subsequent qualifications by first qualification

First Qualification

Subsequent Qualifications

Pre-Registration Qualifications

Post-Registration Qualifications

Other Qualifications

Hospital Based Programme

Diploma

Post-Graduate Certificate /Diploma

No Subsequent Qualification

Bachelors Degree

Post-Graduate Degree

No Subsequent Qualification

Unknown

Other

No Subsequent Qualification

Pre-Registration Qualifications

Hospital Based Programme

1,000

661

16

15,799

540

26

.

.

26

.

Diploma

30

34

13

9,923

191

13

.

.

2

.

Post-Graduate Certificate/Diploma

1

1

.

13

5

.

.

.

1

.

Bachelors Degree

14

11

20

11,091

28

8

.

.

11

.

Post-Registration Qualifications

Post-Graduate Degree

2

2

.

.

2

2

9

.

2

.

Other Qualifications

Unknown

41

23

1

.

40

3

.

1

10

196

Other

23

13

4

.

51

1

.

.

65

823

Source: Health Workforce Information Programme, Nursing Council of New Zealand



Note: Includes only nurses working in nursing. Some nurses hold multiple subsequent qualifications, total is more than 100% of the workforce.

Table 14: Nursing vacancies (FTE)


 

Midwifery

District and Primary Health

Medical

Mental Health

Paediatrics

Surgical, Theatre, Intensive Care and Perioperative

Total excl. Senior /Midwife

Total

Auckland

























Bay of Plenty

3.9

2.2

4.9

6.0

0.7

12.6

30.3

30.3

Canterbury

6.6




34.8

33.0

11.9

30.1

34.6

115.5

Capital Coast

























Counties Manukau

27.3

0.0

16.2

21.0

11.4

33.8




107.9

Hawkes Bay

7.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.0

4.0

14.0

Health South Canterbury

1.0

1.4

0.0

1.0

1.0

1.8

177.5

6.2

Hutt Valley




1.0

9.1







3.6




13.7

Lakes

4.2

0.6

5.9

2.0

0.0

7.0

19.5

27.1

Midcentral

5.9




17.3

6.1

0.0

3.2

51.2

55.6

Nelson Marlborough

























Northland

8.2

1.3

18.8

11.0

1.4

25.3

5.1

71.2

Otago

1.5

2.4

15.7

17.1

3.4




44.2

46.1

Southland




0.0

1.9

2.8

0.0

1.6




6.3

Tairawhiti

























Taranaki

6.1




5.4

1.8

4.3

4.8




25.1

Waikato

5.0

5.0

10.0

10.0

0.0

10.0

35.0

40.0

Wairarapa

1.6

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

1.8

3.4

8.8

Waitemata

21.9

0.0

32.3

51.7

3.0

20.3

120.0

129.8

Wanganui

4.5

0.0

1.0

4.0

0.0

0.8

7.9

12.4

West Coast

1.4

2.1

5.8

6.1

2.7

6.9

37.6

66.2

TOTAL

106.0

16.1

179.0

173.5

39.8

166.7

570.3

776.1

Source: Health Workforce Information Programme, Nursing Council of New Zealand



1 Len Cook was Government Statistician in New Zealand from 1992 to 2000, then National Statistician of the United Kingdom from 2000 to 2005.

2 CURRENT STATUS OF THE NATIONAL REGULATED NURSING WORKFORCE, (draft copy) DHBNZ June 2009

3 Holding Up: the first biennial NZNO Employment Survey , March 2009

4 The Global Shortage of Registered Nurses: An Overview of Issues and Actions, Burdett Trust for Nursing, Developed by James Buchan and Lynn Calman

5 Trends In International Nurse Migration (by Linda H. Aiken, James Buchan, Julie Sochalski, Barbara Nichols and Mary Powell) was published in Health Affairs, Vol. 23, Number 3, June 2004

6 The Experience of New Zealand Senior Nurses in Leadership Positions in Health Provider Organisations 2007 An opinion study of Nurse Executives of New Zealand members Dr Jocelyn Peach, 2007

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