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The Numbers Registered nurses in Yukon, circa 2005: 302. Registered nurses in the territory with more than 20 years experience, circa 2005: 151.

The Numbers

Registered nurses in Yukon,

circa 2005: 302.

Registered nurses in the territory with more than 20 years experience, circa 2005: 151.

Yukon registered nurses with less than

10 years experience: 75.

Nurses employed by the Whitehorse General Hospital in 2007: 128.

Nurses employed by the Whitehorse General Hospital in 1997: ?*

Part-time nurses employed by the

hospital in 2007: 41.

Part-time nurses employed by the

hospital in 1997: ?*

Part-time nurses in the Yukon,

circa 2005: 100.

Casual nurses in the Yukon,

circa 2005: 67.

Percentage of Canadian nurses who believed care had deteriorated in the last year, circa 2005: 27.

Percentage of Canadian nurses who believed care had improved in the last year, circa 2005: 16.

Percentage who felt it had stayed the same: 57.

Percentage of female nurses in Canada who reported hostility or conflict from people they worked with: 44.

Percentage of male nurses in Canada who did: 50.

Percentage of Canadian nurses, male and female, who reported

depression: 9.

Percentage of employed Canadian women who reported depression: 7.

Percentage of employed Canadian men who did: 4.

* Data not available. “Due to time constraints, WGH will not be undertaking a 10 and 20 year retrospective comparative analysis.” — Michael Aeberhardt, CEO Whitehorse General Hospital. (RM).

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