Diabetes Spectrum is committed to assisting health care professionals in developing strategies to individualize treatment and enhance diabetes self-management education to optimize patient outcomes. It presents comprehensive, peer-reviewed original research and review articles ontopics in diabetes prevention and medical management, care innovations, professional andpatient education, medical nutrition therapy, behavioral science and counseling, pharmacy and therapeutics, and advocacy. The journal’s From Research to Practice section provides in-depth explorations of selected diabetes care topics, with a primary focus on translating current research findings into practical clinical applications.
Info. and Statistics
- Frequency quarterly
- Launch date 1988
- Indexed by Medline/PubMed, PubMed Central, European PubMed, Scopus, EBSCO
- ISSN Print: 1040-9165; Online: 1944-7353
Diabetes Spectrum Online
The full text of all articles is freely accessible online on the Diabetes Spectrum website 6 months after the print publication date, and PDFs becomes freely accessible 12 months after the print publication date.
Copyright and Public Access
Copyright. The American Diabetes Association holds copyright on all content published in ADA journals, unless otherwise noted. Readers may use the content as long as the work is properly cited and linked to the original source, the use is educational and not for profit, and the work is not altered. Articles may not be included without ADA permission in educational materials that are sold to students or used in courses for which tuition or other fees are charged.
Post-prints. Authors are permitted to submit the final, accepted version of their manuscript to their funding body or institution for inclusion in their funding body or institution's database, archive, or repository, or to post the final, accepted version on their personal website. These manuscripts may be made freely accessible to the public upon acceptance. For details see: Copyright Notice and Public Access Policy.
Public Access. As a courtesy to authors, the final print versions of articles funded by NIH will be deposited in PubMed Central (PMC) at no additional cost. In compliance with NIH’s policy, these articles will appear on PMC 12 months after print publication in Diabetes Care, Diabetes, Clinical Diabetes, or Diabetes Spectrum. All articles, regardless of funding body, are delivered to PubMed for inclusion in the PubMed index.