Australian Journal Of Rural Health

(ISSN 1440-1584)


The Australian Journal of Rural Health is a multidisciplinary journal, which aims to facilitate the formation of interdisciplinary networks to build and advance rural practice for all health professionals.

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.

The Journal is taken by subscribers in USA, United Kingdom, Canada, India, Japan, and over 50 other countries. Readership includes general practitioners, nurses, allied health professionals, pharmacists, health administrators, universities, rural health units and libraries.

Aims and Scope

The Australian Journal of Rural Health publishes Australian, New Zealand and international articles in the field of rural health. It facilitates the formation of interdisciplinary networks, so that rural health professionals can form a cohesive group and work together for the advancement of rural practice, in all health disciplines. The Journal aims to establish a national and international reputation for the quality of its scholarly discourse and its value to rural health professionals. All articles, unless otherwise identified, are peer reviewed by at least two researchers expert in the field of the submitted paper.

'Rural health is an important and dynamic concern in Australia and around the world. The Australian Journal of Rural Health provides a wonderful mix of practical and academic medical, nursing and other health articles. This provides interesting and useful reading for those in rural practice and those involved in rural health care education, planning and development internationally. I look forward to each issue.'

James T. B. Rourke, MD, CCFP(EM), MCISc, FCFP, FAAFP, Rural Family Physician, Goderich, Ontario, Canada.


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Abstracting and Indexing Information

Abstracts in Social Gerontology (EBSCO Publishing)

Abstracts on Hygiene & Communicable Diseases (CABI)

Academic Search (EBSCO Publishing)

Academic Search Alumni Edition (EBSCO Publishing)

Academic Search Elite (EBSCO Publishing)

Academic Search Premier (EBSCO Publishing)

Agricultural & Environmental Science Database (ProQuest)

Agricultural Engineering Abstracts (CABI)

APAIS: Australian Public Affairs & Information Service (National Library of Australia)

Australian Family & Society Abstracts (Australian Institute of Family Studies)

Biological Science Database (ProQuest)

CAB Abstracts® (CABI)

CINAHL: Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature (EBSCO Publishing)

Global Health (CABI)

Health & Medical Collection (ProQuest)

Health Research Premium Collection (ProQuest)

Health Source Nursing/Academic (EBSCO Publishing)

Hospital Premium Collection (ProQuest)

Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition (Clarivate Analytics)

Journal Citation Reports/Social Science Edition (Clarivate Analytics)

Leisure Tourism Database (CABI)

Leisure, Recreation & Tourism Abstracts (CABI)


Natural Science Collection (ProQuest)

Nursing & Allied Health Database (ProQuest)

Nutrition Abstracts & Reviews Series A: Human & Experimental (CABI)

ProQuest Central (ProQuest)

Protozoological Abstracts (CABI)

PubMed Dietary Supplement Subset (NLM)

Review of Medical & Veterinary Entomology (CABI)

Rural Development Abstracts (CABI)

Science Citation Index Expanded (Clarivate Analytics)

SciTech Premium Collection (ProQuest)

SCOPUS (Elsevier)

Social Science Premium Collection (ProQuest)

Social Sciences Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics)

Sociological Collection (EBSCO Publishing)

Tropical Diseases Bulletin (CABI)

World Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology Abstracts (CABI)


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