Journal of Rural Mental Health
The Journal of Rural Mental Health publishes articles focused on rural mental health research, practice, and policy.
Submissions may take a number of forms, including brief and full-length reports of original research, theoretical or review articles, program descriptions, and letters to the editor. All manuscripts should include discussion of diversity considerations and be written for a multidisciplinary audience that includes scholars, front-line practitioners, and policy makers.
The Journal of Rural Mental Health is a publication of the National Association for Rural Mental Health.
Here you'll find guidelines for submitting proposals, calls for papers, tips for preparing manuscripts, APA policies, and more