National Association for
Rural Mental Health
Each year, the National Association for Rural Mental Health hosts a one-of-a-kind conference focusing on rural and frontier mental health practice, social services, research, and public policy issues. The NARMH Annual conference brings together rural clinicians, administrators, consumers, researchers, and policy-makers. Participants’ learn about national issues and trends; develop new knowledge and skills; hear perspectives from rural consumers and advocates; and are provided with updates on the latest in research, practice and policy; socialize and HAVE FUN!
Click HERE to find out more info on the 2019 NARMH Annual Conference and to REGISTER for the conference.
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Click HERE to Submit a proposal to present at the 2019 NARMH Annual Conference. The agenda is filled but you can be placed on the wait list if any openings occur.
Journal of Rural Mental Health (JRMH) is the scholarly journal of the National Association of Rural Mental Health and is published on-line. The mission of the JRMH is to provide an archival peer-reviewed publication that includes paper pertaining to rural mental health research, practice, and policy. Submissions may take a number of forms such as reports of original research, theoretical or review articles, program descriptions, first-person articles by consumers/survivors, book and media reviewed, creative efforts, and letters to the editor. The JRMH is published two times per year in June and December. Authors interested in submitting their work are asked to do so through the JRMH online submission process HERE.
NARMH members can access the Journal of Rural Mental Health by clicking on the link - http://my.apa.org and enter your email address and the password you were sent by APA.
If you cannot get access, use the help form titled "Look up your account" and enter your email address. There you will be able to check and/or change your login information.
Select "Subscriptions" and then click on the Journal of Rural Mental Health to view the journal. Once you have opened the APA PsycNET database by clicking your subscribed journal name, you will be able to browse all of the journals in PsycARTICLES; however, you will have access to the full text of only those to which you have a subscription.