Established in 1952, Diabetes is ADA’s flagship research publication and is devoted exclusively to ground breaking, fundamental research in the field of diabetes and related complications.
Diabetes Care is a journal for the health care practitioner that is intended to increase knowledge, stimulate research, and promote better management of people with diabetes and is ADA's highest-ranked journal.
Clinical Diabetes, ADA’s journal for primary care physicians, general practitioners, and other health care professionals, relays practical information, news items, and discussion on treating diabetes.
Diabetes Spectrum is ADA’s journal for certified diabetes educator and care specialists, pharmacists, nutritionists, nurse practitioners, and other all members of the diabetes health-care team.
The "Standards of Care" comprises ADA’s clinical practice guidelines for treating diabetes and its related complications. Updated continuously online throughout the year by the ADA, the Standards of Care is a trusted source for the most up-to-date diabetes research and information.
Search thousands of meeting abstracts from ADA’s annual Scientific Sessions, in this supplement to the journal Diabetes. For more information about ADA's Scientific Sessions, including abstract submission information, visit professional.diabetes.org/content-page/abstracts-1.
BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care is an open access diabetes research journal published in partnership between the ADA and the BMJ that strives to publish innovative studies on diabetes in all disciplines and therapeutic areas with speed and transparency.
Based on the latest scientific research and clinical trials, Standards of Care includes vital new and updated practice guidelines to care for people of all ages with diabetes and prediabetes. Read Now.