If you’re enrolling in a postgraduate or post-registration nursing or midwifery course in 2023, you might be eligible for an ANMF Fee Grant.
Grants cover up to 80 per cent of tuition costs, and ANMF members are eligible if they’ve been a member for at least two years – including as a student or RUSON/M member – and continue to be a member throughout their course.
Applications close Friday 31 March.
Preference will be given to the following specialities and areas of practice:
- perioperative or peri anaesthesia nursing
- palliative care nursing
- renal nursing
- critical care nursing (ICU/emergency/neonatal ICU, especially those recommended to ANMF by the ACCCN)
- addictive behaviours
- aged care
- postgraduate midwifery
- mental health nursing
- maternal and child health
Past recipients have all cited how the grant alleviated the financial burden of completing further study.
This financial grant was first introduced by the Branch Council in 2018. In 2021–22, ANMF (Vic Branch) provided more than $1.3 million to support a record 423 nurse and midwife members.