Editor(s): Russell Roberts
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Useful reading for those involved in rural practice, rural health care education, planning and development internationally
Widely acknowledged as on of the foremost journals on rural medicine, The Australian Journal of Rural Health is a multidisciplinary refereed journal for physicians, nurses and all allied health practitioners. The journal offers a balance of scholarly research and practical and useful articles that can help in day to day practice.
In 1999 the Australian Journal of Rural Health became the official journal of the National Rural Health Alliance, which is the peak body for rural and remote health organisations in Australia.
Published on behalf of the National Rural Health Alliance, Association for Australian Rural Health Nurses (AARN), Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM), Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH), and the Council of Remote Area Nurses of Australia, Inc. (CRANA)