GRANTS + SCHOLARSHIPS

See what's available for members of the ANMF

Educational Grants

The ANMF offers up to 5 educational grants each year to eligible members worth up to $200 each. Grants are to be used to assist members with professional development.

We will provide financial donations to members/nursing organisations based on the following criteria:

  • Have two years of financial membership with the ANMF
  • Not have received an ANMF grant in the previous three years

The ANMF Tasmanian Branch’s Educational Grants are available to members who meet the above criteria to attend education-related courses within the Health Education and Research Centre (HERC).

Donations may be made for HERC seminars relevant to nursing, patient care, or ANMF organisationally but exclude formal academic studies. The donation shall be up to $200.00 and applicable receipts must be presented to ANMF for reimbursement

It is an expectation that the employer supports professional development and applicants must show that they have considered all other relevant avenues for funding.

All requests require completion of a pro-forma application in writing, addressed to the Branch Secretary, Emily Shepherd, who will refer the request to the ANMF Executive Committee. ANMF Executive shall consider the requests on merit and the following criteria, and award-successful applications (which will be tabled at Branch Council).

A written report from the successful member is required following the undertaken education and this may be printed in ANMF publications including eNews and Infusion.

Please download this document for full details and a copy of the grant application form.

Palliative Care Scholarships

Are you a registered or enrolled nurse from a diverse background looking to undertake postgraduate study in Palliative Care? The ANMF are partnering with Palliative Care Tasmania and Flinders University to offer two unique sets of scholarships aimed at those who endeavour to provide high quality health care and support for people living with a life-limiting illness.

Find out more and apply here

Wicking Dementia Centre Scholarship

Now is a great time to start your study, with 100% HECS waivers available for the Diploma of Dementia Care. The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation Tasmanian Branch is partnering with the Wicking Dementia Centre to offer a special scholarship for students.

Find out more here

Other Donations + Grants

Any request for donations from benevolent groups shall be considered by the ANMF Tasmanian Branch Council. Requests should be directly related to healthcare or nursing. Branch Council meets once a month and during this time will have the final decision on all applications. The ANMF will be in touch with the final decision following this.