Writing for publication and meet the editors of the Australian Journal of Rural Health

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Thinking about publishing research on rural and remote health? Want to know more about peer review and the pathway to academic publication? Interested in becoming involved with the journal as a reviewer or in some other capacity? Would you like to explore ways to increase the impact of your research and publications? Meet the editors of The Australian Journal of Rural Health in a special session designed to clarify publishing procedures and improve your chances of being published in our journal and others. Editor in Chief Russell Roberts and Associate Editors will be available to discuss the editorial policies and priorities of AJRH and answer your publishing questions. New and established authors are welcome! Now in its 25th year of publication, AJRH provides research information, policy articles and reflections related to health care in rural and remote areas of Australia. Since its inception, AJRH has contributed significantly to the publication of research reports and expert opinion on rural and remote health.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 26 Mar 2019
Event15th National Rural Health Conference: Better Together - Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Australia
Duration: 24 Mar 201927 Mar 2019
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Conference15th National Rural Health Conference
OtherAustralia’s premier rural health event.
Four days immersion in rural and remote health and wellbeing. Hear the latest developments, network with leaders from across the sector, and help set the rural health agenda for the next two years.
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