Australian Journal of Rural Health
The Australian Journal of Rural Health (AJRH) is entering its 24th year of continuous publication. It remains a flagship of high quality multi-disciplinary research on rural and remote health in Australia. The Journal’s initial goal remains central to its mission: to facilitate publication of scholarly papers on rural and remote health.
All financial members of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine are eligible to access online current and previous issues of the Australian Journal of Rural Health.
Since its inception in 1992, AJRH has contributed significantly to the publication of research reports and expert opinion on rural and remote health. The role of the Journal is to gather and communicate reliable information for rural communities, practitioners, service managers and policy makers. By continuing the high standard of scholarship, AJRH helps build an improved future for rural and remote health.
ACRRM members are invited to access this resource.