Money in May

Let’s face it, nurses don’t get into the profession for the money, and finance isn’t generally taught in the nursing curriculum. However, money is a big part of what we do throughout our career, in our professional and personal lives.

Nurses who understand the opportunities and challenges of finance and funding mechanisms and keep abreast of changes can be an even greater asset for their patients and the business they work for. For their personal lives, they make better financial decisions, earn more and retire with more super.

Money in May is an APNA member-only initiative and is a month of education so that nurses know more about money and how to navigate the financial side of being a nurse. Throughout the month, we’ll cover three key themes: do more, save more and earn more.

And why May? Well, we’re now coming towards the end of this financial year, and businesses are currently preparing their budgets for next financial year, so now is the time to influence and pitch for what you want — be that money to fund a nurse-led clinic, a financial allocation for your CPD or even negotiate pay.


Money in May 2023

In the inaugural year of Money in May, APNA had a month-long campaign to help nurses improve financial literacy.

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Money in May 2023

In the inaugural year of Money in May, APNA have a month-long campaign to help nurses improve financial literacy.

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