Second job of registered osteopath cluster
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Data Set Specification|
|Registration status:||Health, Standard 10/12/2009|
|DSS type:||Data Element Cluster|
The second job of registered osteopaths who were employed in more than one job in the profession during the reference week.
The second job is defined as the post or position, funded by an organisation, in which the health professional worked the second longest hours during the reference week in Australia. The health professional may be an employee or they may be self-employed with the organisation.
Collection and usage attributes
The statistical unit for this data set is the Registered osteopath.
A Registered osteopath refers to a person who is currently registered, or who has been registered, with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as an osteopath at any time during the reference period.
|Guide for use:|
Data elements in this cluster assist in describing the type and distribution of services of registered osteopaths in their second job. The cluster forms part of the Registered osteopathy labour force DSS, along with Main job of registered osteopath cluster, Work setting hours cluster, and a range of other data elements.
Data elements in this cluster are collected only from those osteopaths employed in more than one job in the profession. Data elements in the Main job of registered osteopath cluster are collected from all osteopaths employed in the profession. All other workforce data elements in the Registered osteopathy labour force DSS are collected from all osteopaths registered in the profession, and relate to all jobs held in the profession.
Registered health professionals on leave at the time of registration are asked to report based on the job that is usually their second job.
The second job:
Source and reference attributes
|Submitting organisation:||Australian Institute of Health and Welfare|
|Implementation in Data Set Specifications:|
Registered osteopathy labour force DSS Health, Standard 10/12/2009