About the Journal
Aims and scope
Diabetes Therapy is an open access, international, peer-reviewed, rapid-publication journal dedicated to the publication of preclinical, clinical, and real-world research on the prevention, treatment, management, and education of diabetes and related disorders including obesity and metabolic syndromes. The journal also encourages diagnostic, pharmacoeconomic, epidemiological, outcomes, and quality of life studies, along with research relating to patient management and education.
The journal is of interest to a broad audience of pharmaceutical and healthcare professionals and publishes original research, reviews, case reports, and short communications.
Moving forward from traditional publishing, Diabetes Therapy offers a range of additional features designed to increase visibility and readership. Each paper is accompanied by a bulleted slide summary, giving a time-efficient overview of the content to a wider readership. Articles also have the option to include slide sets, videos, animations, and/or interactive case studies. The QR code on the front page of each article links readers back to the journal website to view these extra features.
Diabetes Therapy publishes supplements and special issues (in English or a local language). Material appropriate for supplements/special issues include: sponsored meeting proceedings, roundtable discussions, workshop reports, case series, and collections of articles on the same topic. All articles are subject to peer review, and must adhere to the ICMJE and GPP policies on acknowledgments/disclosures. Proposals for supplements are welcomed, and should be addressed to email@example.com.
Diabetes Therapy's rapid publication and personalized service is funded by article processing charges. Current fees are: £175/$260/€200 per printed page. Please contact us for more information at: AITTeam@springer.com or see the News page for the latest journal offers.
Indexing: PubMed, PubMedCentral, EMBASE, Google Scholar, OCLC, Summon by Serial Solutions
Published: Online. Articles are published online as soon as the author approves their proofs as “online first.” Once your article is online, it has full pagination and a DOI number, making it instantly citable. Paginated issues are collated twice a year (June and December).
Rejection Rate: 35%
eISSN: 1869-6961↑ Back to top