About the Journal
Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice is an international journal for health-care providers and clinically oriented researchers that publishes high-quality peer-reviewed original research articles and expert reviews in diabetes and related areas.
The role of the journal is to provide a venue for dissemination of knowledge and discussion of topics related to diabetes clinical research and patient care. Topics of focus include translational science, genetics, immunology, nutrition, psychosocial research, epidemiology, prevention, socio-economic research, complications, new treatments, technologies and therapy.
Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice is the official journal of the International Diabetes Federation.
All data provided in the report generator are published in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice and has been reviewed by the Editors. Peer review is the process of engaging substantive experts to read and comment on new research in the fields in which they study in order to validate and certify that research.
Peer review is an essential dividing line for judging what is scientific and what is speculation. The process screens article submissions and requires that authors meet the standards of their discipline and achieve scientific objectivity. This means that science is more than just another opinion.